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APRIL 2022

Navy SEAL Museum Scholarship Program

Applications Available Today

With the committed partnership of the Marlee Foundation, Trident Tuition Funds, and the Ernest and Suzanne Litty Scholarship Fund, the Museum has awarded over $1.5 million in scholarships to children of the Special Operations Community. We strongly encourage children of the Special Operations community to apply.

Important Upcoming Dates:

May 10 - Applications must be returned to the Museum for consideration

July 1 - Families will be notified of their awards

July 15 - Awards will be distributed to families on or before this date

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Recent Events

Heroes on The Bluff


Where Low Country Meet High Caliber

The Museum would like to extend our gratitude to all of our sponsors, SEALs, and supporters who made the 2022 Heroes on The Bluff event special and successful. Our team traveled to Bluffton, South Carolina March 12 and 13. We are especially grateful for our host committee who championed this event: John and Diane Hopper, Pete and Mary Cawley, Jeff and Shannon Begola, Matt and Kris Kovalcik, Ryan and Ashley McCalley.

Many thanks to all who participated in the Online Auction, as well. Your charitable giving directly serves families of our Trident House Charities Program.

We look forward to spring in South Carolina again next year.

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History Happening Now

Recommissioning History

The Museum is currently refurbishing a UH-1B Huey helicopter to be included in the Museum’s collections. This original Huey was flown by Seawolves during the Vietnam War.

In 1972 when the aircraft was turned in upon disbanding of HAL-3 Seawolves, the crew scratched their names, dates, Detachment numbers, and other messages on the doorposts. With your help, this Huey will become a part of the Museum's permanent collection.

Pat Rodgers, CEO of Aircraft Restoration Services, continues to keep us informed of restoration progress. Recently, he picked up the tail boom and other major components. 

“Didn't have to look very long before I was able to positively ID the aircraft serial number! She is Army serial number 63-12930. I am still researching what the 3-digit Seawolf number is. I have also gotten the aircraft logbook and records. [Here are] some of the letters and things that went with it upon deactivation of HAL-3, and when a helo was turned back into the Army. I also attached some photos of some of the graffiti scratched into the right-side door post. Absolute proof of her Seawolf lineage! I'll let you know when I find out what the 3-digit Seawolf number is.”

Your donation will bring a precious piece of history to our historic collection.

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Upcoming Events

Palm Beach Navy SEAL Evening of Tribute


Honoring SEALs for their Service and Sacrifice

Benefitting the Navy SEAL Foundation and the Navy SEAL Museum, the Palm Beach Navy SEAL Evening of Tribute will take place on April 6 at The Breakers Hotel.

This event provides much needed assistance to the Navy SEAL community and their families for medical expenses, academic scholarships, surviving spouse programs, respite programs, and countless other needs.

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Wheels & Keels of Vero Beach

In Support of the Museum

The 11th Anniversary of Wheels & Keels dinner, charity auction, and car show will take place April 22 and 23 in beautiful Vero Beach, Florida at the Moorings Yacht & Country Club.

The registration deadline is April 15, 2022, subject to seating availability.

A portion of the proceeds benefit the Museum’s Trident House Charities Program.

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Tribute 22

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Teaming Up to Drive Out Veteran Suicide

Every day in America, 22 veterans lose their battle to post traumatic stress. That number translates to one veteran committing suicide every 65 minutes.

22 veterans a day take their lives as a direct result of what they have endured in service to our country. This number is ever increasing as research and treatments are not accessible.

Tribute 22 was created to help raise awareness about this escalating crisis. Tribute 22’s advocacy action network helps to provide a lifeline to our honored military veterans through a dynamic team of dedicated volunteers, donors, supporters, and friends. This includes you.

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Memorial Day at the Museum

At the Memorial Wall

The Museum's annual Memorial Day Ceremony will take place outdoors at the Memorial Wall on Monday, May 30.

We are honored to welcome Lieutenant (SEAL) Jason Redman, USN (Ret.) as our keynote speaker this year.

Free of charge and open to the public, the Memorial Day Service honors those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. Seating is outdoors under a large tent. Early arrival is recommended for the 9:00 AM service, as a capacity crowd is anticipated.

Mark your calendar for Monday, May 30.

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Swim With a Mission


A Weekend Well Spent Honoring Veterans

Spend three exciting days honoring the heroes of our country. Swim With a Mission is an opportunity to support organizations that provide critical services to our veterans. These organizations provide housing, take care of the homeless, support day-to-day services, donate service dogs, offer scholarships, provide jobs, create equine immersion programs, and support art programs. 

Read more about the weekend of family-fun in New Hampshire. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Museum's Trident House Charities Program.

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Museum Closures

The Museum Will be Closed

April 17 - Easter

July 4t - Independence Day

September 5 - Labor Day

November 24 - Thanksgiving

December 24 & 25 - Christmas

December 31 - New Year's Eve

January 1, 2023 - New Year's Day

We are closed every Monday as an administrative day.

Thank you for your patronage.

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