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FEBRUARY 2020

An Extraordinary Evening With Admiral William McRaven
 
 
The Museum is anxiously anticipating the arrival of Admiral William McRaven for An Extraordinary Evening at Quail Valley River Club in beautiful Vero Beach, Florida.
 
This special event on February 17 calls on keynote speaker Admiral McRaven for his outlook and advice on taking life “one evolution at a time”, as outlined in his latest book, Sea Stories: My Life in Special Operations.
 
This event is nearing capacity. For more information, please visit
 

With Gratitude to Our Sponsors:

George E. Warren LLC
The Buppert Family
Brown-Forman
Dive Rescue International
The Hershberg Family
The Kowalski Family
The Stubbs Family
Toyota of Vero Beach
UBS Financial Services

Thanks to the generous support of The Marlee Foundation, scholarships are available for the students of Special Operations individuals for higher education, including college, trade, and technical school.

New this year is the addition of the Trident Tuition Funds scholarships. More information will be posted to our website soon.

Applications for the Scholarship Program for the 2020-2021 academic year will be available beginning on March 31, 2020. Please check our website following that date to download the file.

To be considered, all applications are due on or before May 15, 2020. Awards will be distributed in late June for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Don’t miss Navy SEAL Museum Executive Director Rick Kaiser at The Emerson Center in Vero Beach, Florida on Tuesday, March 10 at 7:00 PM, as he speaks on Impactful Leadership.

For the duration of his distinguished career, Master Chief Rick Kaiser has been stationed around the world. Serving on SEAL Team TWO for five years, Kaiser specialized in winter warfare, combat diving, and sniping before being selected for duty at SEAL Team SIX. He served at SEAL Team SIX for twenty-seven years, acting as sniper, explosives expert, Lead Training Chief, sniper team leader, and Deputy Operations Officer. He received the Silver Star Medal for Valor during the Battle of Mogadishu (Black Hawk Down) in 1993.

The common theme throughout Rick’s time in military service–and what he attributes as the key to any successful mission–is impactful leadership. Mr. Kaiser applies leadership lessons learned during his days in uniform to his current position in the civilian world as the Executive Director of the National Navy SEAL Museum in Fort Pierce.

This Emerson Center Humanities Event is open to the public and free of charge. Early arrival is encouraged to secure you seat.

The Museum is grateful to have been chosen as a beneficiary of this year’s Wheels & Keels of Vero Beach event. Mark your calendars and plan on attending this unique, fun venue at The Moorings Yacht and Country Club for the benefit of organizations that seek to preserve, educate, and inspire the lives of many–on The Treasure Coast and beyond.