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For assistance, information, in-person or phone interviews or to schedule a media tour of The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum, please contact:

Elaine Ryan/Phone: (858)245-8872/Mail to: Elaine@navysealmuseum.com

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Upcoming Events

The Second Annual Assault on The North Shore

The Second Annual Assault on The North Shore will take place at the North Shore Country Club in beautiful Glenview, Illinois. Spend an extraordinary evening with U.S. Navy SEALs at one of the most beautiful venues in the country on June 22.

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Remembering D-Day the 75th Anniversary

In honor of the courage and sacrifice of those who secured freedom for all of us, the Museum hosted this special commemorative event at 10:00 AM June 6th. Thank you to all guests who joined us for Remembering D-Day, The 75th Anniversary.

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The Third Annual Swim With a Mission

The Third Annual Swim With a Mission With a mission to honor and support our veterans, Swim With a Mission takes place July 13, 2019 at beautiful Newfound Lake in Bristol, New Hampshire. Please join Swim With a Mission for an open water swim...

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Press Releases

Navy SEAL Museum Receives Grant For Obstacle Course Renovations

Fort Pierce, Fla. – May 3, 2019 – The Navy SEAL Museum was recently awarded a generous grant from the Armed Forces Families Foundation (AFFF). The $170,775 gift will enable the Museum to renovate the outdoor obstacle course and make modifications to update and renew the equipment.

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Navy SEAL Museum Donates Working Dog to Special Operations Veteran

Fort Pierce, Fla. – March11, 2019 – As part of its K9 Project initiative, the Navy SEAL Museum has donated another working dog to a veteran of the Special Operations community. With the support of Baden K-9, the Museum’s K9 Project places working dogs with active military and veterans who have previously served.

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