YouTube now has a channel called “Naval Order of the United States” which can be accessed by clicking HERE. A sampling of the videos include: 2017 NOUS Change of Command in Jacksonville: CHANGE OF COMMAND. Admiral Greenert USN (Ret.) Receives the Distinguished Sea Service Award: ADM GREENERT. Master Chief Micheal P. Leavitt USCG (Ret.) Receives … More Naval Order on YouTube
Check out the tab above titled “Maritime News” to get the latest in Naval and Maritime news. Additional sites can be added at any time.
Be sure and check the tab above “Post-Event Blog” to view photos from yesterday’s brunch at Naval Station Everett.
Today is the US Marine Corps birthday. The USMC official website has a great summary of major battles in it’s 242 year history which can be accessed by clicking on major Marine battles. It starts in 1776 at Fort Nassau as the first battle described in Marines.mil slideshow titled “Battles Through Time”: Just weeks after … More Happy 242nd Birthday, USMC!
TOMORROW: 11 November Brunch at NS Everett NOUS Northwest Commandery will be commemorating the Navy’s birthday combined with Veterans’ Day tomorrow at Naval Station Everett. CAPT Joe Valenta (USN-Ret) will start the program with a PowerPoint analysis of the Continental Navy in 1775. Joe will be followed by Companion Floyd Kershner who will discuss the … More News of Interest – 10 November 2017
November is the Marine Corps birthday month when they celebrate 242 years of service on 10 November. This site will have more on that significant milestone starting next week. In their Fall 2017 issue of “Crossroads of the Corps”, the Marines’ Memorial Association has provided a great reading list which is copied below. (For more … More Marines’ Memorial Association – Current Reading List
According to today’s Chicago Tribune, that newspaper’s “front page of June 7, 1942, was led by a report on the Battle of Midway that made evident the U.S. had cracked the Japanese naval code.”* Read about why a grand jury failed to indict war correspondent Stanley Johnston or the Tribune’s then-managing editor for that disclosure. … More For Midway Historians, Were the Broken Codes a Spilled Secret?