The 18th Annual Navy SEAL Museum Muster 5K Beach Challenge

Thank you very much for your participation in the 18th Annual Muster 5K Beach Challenge. Congratulations to everyone who came out in support. Here is the link to your race results:

Run or walk one of the most beautiful beaches on Florida’s east coast–on the sacred ground where the forerunners to today’s Navy SEALs trained for Normandy. The 3.1-mile course is an out-and-back on sand the whole way–and the rising or receding tide always presents an added surprise and challenge! There is a water station at the turnaround near the Fort Pierce Inlet.

The Birthplace of Naval Special Warfare
The Museum tells the story of the Frogman from the beginning of Naval Special Warfare. The deeds and actions of the predecessors of today’s Navy SEALs established the benchmarks against which military Special Operations are measured today. Born on the beaches where the Navy SEAL Museum stands today in Fort Pierce, Naval Special Warfare produced tightly knit groups of men who trained for war and took their skillset and determination around the world with one goal in mind: “Win at any cost.” They cleared the way for others to follow, doing so for the love of their teammates and their country. Today’s SEALs continue keeping constant vigil around the globe to secure our freedom.

Run with your teammates and friends on Saturday, November 5th beginning at 8:00 AM.

While you do not have to “win at any cost”, we encourage you to show your love for country by wearing your most patriotic athletic gear in honor of and support for our veterans everywhere.

The entry fee is $30 through November 3. Registration is available Friday, November 4 from 4:00 to 7:00 PM at the Museum for $40. Race day registration is $40.

Veterans, active duty military, and first responders are $20. Use code VETERAN20 at checkout.

Online registration closes on Thursday, November 3 at midnight.

Secure your place in this tradition and choose your shirt size while inventory lasts!

Race shirts are not guaranteed to those who sign up after Friday, October 1, 2022.

Bib Number Pickup

Bib number pickup is available on Friday, November 4 from 4:00 to 7:00 PM inside the Museum.

You may also pick up your bib the morning of the event between 5:30 and 7:30 AM at the tent on the north side of the Museum.

Race Day
The race starts and finishes on the Beach in front of the National Navy SEAL Museum. You must be on the beach no later than 7:45 AM for the race start.

This is Daylight Savings Weekend, so the early morning is dark. Please plan accordingly.

Participants must park on the west side of A1A; there is no parking available in the Museum’s parking lot on race day.

Registration and bib pickup will close promptly at 7:30 AM on November 5 to ensure a timely race start.

Other Housekeeping Items
All participants must sign our waiver. Anyone under the age of 18 must have a parent or legal guardian sign the waiver. Please visit this link to fill yours out in advance of race day.

Sign Waiver Here

Please show our beach lifeguards your gratitude as they standby in the interest of the safety and support of all participants.

Per county rules and regulations, dogs are not allowed on the beach. We regret that you cannot run with your dog on the beach for this event and apologize for any inconvenience.

Due to the presence of military working dogs, outside animals are not permitted on Museum grounds, with the sole exception of documented service animals. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Muster 5K Age Groups
10 and Under
70 and Over

Awards Also Given to
Overall Male
Overall Female
Overall Masters Male
Overall Masters Female

The 5th Annual Navy SEAL Museum Memorial Wall Challenge

Saturday, November 5, 2022
8:00 AM Start

Honor our fallen and challenge yourself and participate in the 5th Annual Memorial Wall Challenge.

The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum Memorial Wall holds the names of all Navy SEALs and their predecessors including Scouts and Raiders and Underwater Demolition Teams (UDT) who have died in the line of duty during combat (KIA) or training (KIT).

The wall currently displays 308 names of those men who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. It is these men who lived and died by the SEAL Ethos. Quitting was never an option, and they were never out of the fight. And they are still not out of the fight. For today we are the living extension of that fight. It is through their sacrifice that the Memorial Wall Challenge allows you to carry forth this mission and to pay homage to those who gave their lives for us to live in this great free country.

Should you decide to do the Memorial Wall Challenge you will be pushed physically and mentally. It is but a small example of what it means to never quit and to never be out of the fight–and to not fail. You will need to be prepared to get wet and sandy. Cold or hot rain or shine the challenge will go on. You will perform physical drills and exercises that Navy SEALs are required to do in their training. And while the Challenge will be physically and mentally demanding, it is designed to be completed by anyone willing to persevere through the one-hour evolution. Exactly what the evolution will be is not known until mission day. Our real Navy SEAL drill instructors will both challenge and encourage you in a way unique to SEAL training.

You will finish having a sense of pride and accomplishment, but more importantly, you will have served in the mission to honor these men and their families, and you will have contributed to carrying forth their legacy of patriotism assuring their sacrifice was not made in vain, but to a higher calling than themselves.

This event is strictly limited to 50 participants.

The 5th Annual Navy SEAL Museum Memorial Wall Challenge