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Navy SEAL Museum Lecture Series Features Diverse SEAL Operators

Fort Pierce, Fla. – January 11, 2021­ – the Navy SEAL Museum announces its first-ever lecture series, featuring a diverse group of Navy SEALs who have operated around the globe. Made available online to guests at home, this series of lectures will be particularly robust, including Special Operations Forces warriors from various eras and prominent conflicts.

The Heroes and Legends Online Lecture Series will be offered as an online series of one, two, or three lectures with limited ticketing available. All lectures will begin at 6:00 PM, with a period of Question and Answer to follow. Guests will have the opportunity to submit questions online to each featured lecturer

“As the Executive Director of the National SEAL Museum, I am proud to support the Heroes and Legends Online Lecture Series,” said Grant Mann. “Having trained and deployed with these outstanding SEALs, I see them as brothers and Teammates and hold them in the highest regard. Their commitment, honor, and professionalism are without question throughout the Special Operations Community. Their insight into the U.S. Navy SEAL mindset and how to survive and thrive in complex operational environments, and during life’s challenges, will be invaluable to our guests. Please join me and the Museum staff in the coming months as we welcome these heroes and legends!”

February 24 – Medal of Honor Recipient Master Chief Britt Slabinski, Navy SEAL (Ret.)

Foundations of Resilience: Using emotion and logic to turn impossible into possible. In times of change, the things that will carry you, your family, and your business through are timeless.

March 17 – Commanding Officer SEAL Team TWO and SEAL Team SIX Captain Rick Woolard, Navy SEAL (Ret.)

The Hard Way: Life Lessons I Learned in My 30 Years as a Navy SEAL

April 7 – Commander Naval Special Warfare Center (BUD/S); Vice President of Learning and Development Cleveland Indians Captain Jay Hennessey, Navy SEAL (Ret.)

Mission-Driven Performance: Why continuous learning is a prerequisite for high performance. Learn more about a learning organization in action and how learning drives performance.

Proceeds benefit the Museum’s Trident House Charities Program. Additional information, complete speaker bios, and reservations are available online at Sponsorship opportunities are available

About The Navy SEAL Museum
The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum is the only museum dedicated solely to preserving the history of the U.S. Navy SEALs and their predecessors. Located in Fort Pierce, Florida, the Museum resides on the training grounds of the original Navy combat divers, the Frogmen. Built to honor the men who served with fortitude and ingenuity, the Navy UDT-SEAL Museum first opened its doors on Veterans Day in 1985. From humble beginnings, the facility has experienced tremendous growth, achieving national stature in 2007. The main objective of the Museum remains the promotion of public education by providing the opportunity to explore the history of the Navy SEALs through interactive exhibits, while honoring the fallen at the SEAL Memorial and caring for those warriors’ families through Trident House Charities.


The Navy SEAL Museum
For further information, contact:
Elaine Ryan
Phone: (772) 595-5845
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