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The Navy SEAL Museum is ecstatic to announce the first ever Spartan Race 12-Hour Hurricane Heat in Fort Pierce! Coinciding with the Museum’s 34th Annual Muster and Music Festival, the Fort Pierce 12-Hour Hurricane Heat is guaranteed to excite and delight participants and spectators, alike!
Registration is now open! Join the Navy SEAL Museum for this treasured annual tradition. Run or walk the original training grounds of our country’s first Frogmen alongside U.S. Navy SEALs. Fun for the whole family! All ages are encouraged to participate! Sign up now to secure your space in this honored tradition!
Join us for the 34th Annual Muster Nov 8 and 9. Don’t miss the Navy SEAL Tactical Demonstration and Canine Capabilities Demonstration. Enjoy live Music from the Easy People Band, The Satchels, and the American Rogues. This year’s Keynote Speaker is RADM Kerry Metz, USN SEAL (Ret).
Fort Pierce, Fla. – May 7, 2019 – The Navy SEAL Museum will host its annual Memorial Day Ceremony, honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for country. As part of the special ceremony, the Museum welcomes Vice Admiral Tim Szymanski as the keynote speaker.
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.
Navy SEAL Museum, Schumacher Automotive Group, and Community Partners Donate Vehicle to Medal of Honor Recipient
West Palm Beach, Fla. – April 16,2019 – On Monday April 22, 2019, Schumacher Automotive Group, together with community partners Hulett Environmental Services, Anderson Construction and the National Navy SEAL Museum, will honor Medal of Honor recipient, retired United States Navy SEAL, Britt K.Slabinksi, with a gift of a 2019 black Chevy Silverado LT 4 x 4.
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.