USS Oregon (BB-3), USS Seattle (ACR-11), USS Idaho (BB-42) and USS Alaska (CB-1) Photograph from US Navy History and Heritage Command Title: UA 475.18 USS Oregon (BB-3) Collection Caption: Collection Photo # UA 475.18.01 Postcard for Museum Ship USS Oregon (BB-3) Description: Postcard for Museum Ship USS Oregon (BB-3). Oregon served between 1896-1906 and again … More Ships Representing the 4 States of Our Commandery: OR, WA, ID and AK
From the CBS This Morning website: “One of the greatest collections dedicated to American men and women in uniform is kept in a place that’s never been open to the public. Only on ‘CBS This Morning,’ Chip Reid has a rare look inside a huge warehouse full of hidden treasures for display at the new … More A Navy Collection of Hidden Treasures
On 7 December, CAPT Jim McGinnis, MSC, USN, (Ret.), received command of the NOUS Northwest Commandery from CAPT John C. Laible, USN, (Ret.). In recognition of CAPT Laible’s command tour of NOUS Northwest, Commander General Colonel Allan Cruz, USMC (Ret), had earlier presented CAPT Laible with the annual CAPT Jan Armstrong Memorial Award during the … More NOUS Northwest Change of Command
Best wishes for the holiday season from The Naval Order of the United States, Northwest Commandery. If you live in Washington, Oregon or Idaho, you served in the US Maritime Services or you have ancestors who did so, please consider joining us by clicking the “Join NOUS!” tab on this website. We are presently meeting … More Happy Holidays!
At the National Congress on 16 October 2020, NOUS Commander General Colonel Allan Cruz, USMC (Ret), presented the annual CAPT Jan Armstrong Memorial Award to CAPT John C. Laible, USN (Ret.), Commander, NOUS Northwest. The award reads: “In recognition of outstanding local effort and success achieved in one or more of the following: Membership Growth, … More CAPT John C. Laible Receives NOUS 2020 Memorial Award
Check out the History Channel for seven things that you may not have known about the US Navy: The link is: https://www.history.com/news/7-things-you-may-not-know-about-the-u-s-navy The father of the Navy was George Washington, the Navy was disbanded after the Revolutionary war, …..and five more facts!
On August 7, 2020, Vice Adm. John B. Mustin relieved Vice Adm. Luke M. McCollum as Chief of Navy Reserve and Commander, Navy Reserve Force, during a change of command ceremony at the Washington Navy Yard. Read the full story from Lt. j.g. Jacob Dirr, COMNAVRES Public Affairs at the Navy’s website: https://www.navy.mil/Press-Office/News-Stories/display-news/Article/2305287/chief-of-navy-reserve-changes-command (Photo from … More Chief of Navy Reserve Changes Command
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In the 9 June 2020 copy of MOAA’s (Military Officers Association of America) magazine, a great story by Todd South can be found relating how US Public Health Officers are on the front lines in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic: “In times of peace and war, they were there. In the ports plagued by foreign illness, … More “On the Front Lines: USPHS Officers and the COVID-19 Pandemic” MOAA Magazine
On April 24, the Navy accepted delivery of the guided missile destroyer Delbert D. Black (DDG 119) from Huntington Ingalls Industries shipbuilding division. For the fleet, the vessel will carry a very special honor bearing the name of the first Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy. MCPON Delbert Black was “known for guiding the … More Navy Honors First MCPON: USS Delbert D. Black (DDG-119)