Take Your Child To Work Day at NMUSN: Missiles, flags, and beads, oh my!

Kids of all ages came to the National Museum and Cold War Gallery inside the Washington Navy Yard to participate in “Take Your Child to Work Day.” The Naval Historical Foundation helped staff members of the NMUSN’s education department with a series of hands-on activities and gallery tours on naval history. The special day included a

Titan? Try Again: Josiah Tattnall, USS Saratoga, and the 1843 Snow Storm

The 2013 winter storm is one of the most interesting weather anomalies in recent memory. Most Americans are by now familiar with terms like “polar vortex” and “snow squalls.”  Winter Storm Titan is currently wreaking havoc on the mid-Atlantic state causing thousands of flight delays and closures. This current is not, however, the only time

Remembering Admiral Kinnaird McKee

“Kin had the intelligence, integrity and industry in a measure you rarely see. He had the ability to voice the unpopular truth, to say, in a gathering, what others wished they  had the nerve to utter.” Bruce DeMars Admiral U.S. Navy (Retired) NHF Chairman  “Smart, no-nonsense, dedicated, always focused on the job.  first classmate to