Charity Golf Classic
Teaming up to Drive Out Veteran Suicide
The Museum is deeply honored and humbled to have found extraordinary support with our friends at Trump International Golf Course Palm Beach. The generous donations of our supporters directly impact our Trident House Charities Program for the great benefit of the Special Operations community. We are committed to changing the narrative and number of veteran suicide and are thankful for those who have partnered with us in this important cause.
Every day in America, 22 veterans lose their battle to post traumatic stress. That number translates to one veteran committing suicide every 65 minutes. 22 veterans a day take their lives as a direct result of what they have endured in service to our country. This number is ever increasing as research and treatments are not accessible.
Tribute 22 was created to help raise awareness about this escalating crisis. Tribute 22’s advocacy action network helps to provide a lifeline to our honored military veterans through a dynamic team of dedicated volunteers, donors, supporters, and friends.
Our event on May 20 was an amazing success because of our hard working committee, staff, SEALs, and volunteers. We cannot say thank you enough to the gracious and helpful staff at Trump International who accommodated our team in countless ways. We also want to express our deepest gratitude to our event sponsors.
While the weather was less than cooperative, it did not impede guests’ fun. Our demonstration came off without a hitch, despite having to race the approaching clouds. With golf on rain delay, our guests were thrilled to experience an unexpected appearance from former President Trump, who was also patiently waiting out of the rain.
Special thank you to Baden K9 for their extraordinary participation in this event and the donation of two elite service dogs to two humbled veterans. We would like to offer a standing ovation for Dee Decker, committee chair, who organized and elevated this event to the next level. Her love for canines and dedication to the cause are unparalleled.
We look forward to reuniting with all next year, teaming up to drive out veteran suicide.
Join the Navy SEAL Museum
Trump International Golf Club West Palm Beach
3505 Summit Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33406
Friday, May 20, 2022
Navy SEAL Capabilities Demonstration
Frogmen Through Time Historic Reenactment
K9 Educational Demonstration
Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres
Special Keynote Speakers
Dr. Rachel Miller, PSY.D, Clinical Neuropsychologist
Commander Master Chief (SEAL) Britt Slabinski, USN (Ret.),
Medal of Honor Recipient
Tribute 22 is Championed by Ambassadors
Special Keynote Speakers
Rachel Lauren Miller, Psy.D., J.D.
Dr. Miller has nearly 20 years of experience as a clinician, consultant, author, and lecturer. She is in private practice and provides neuropsychological and psychological testing to people of all ages, as well as special populations including current and former military and their families. Dr. Miller has extensive experience providing litigation-related consulting services and reviewing psychological and neuropsychological disability claims. She has published peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on topics including neurocognitive disorders and psychological testing, and she is currently completing a manual for a cross-cultural psychological assessment methodology. Dr. Miller has been an adjunct faculty member at the University of Miami and Nova Southeastern University. She has taught graduate-level courses in psychological assessment and adult psychopathology, and she has been a clinical supervisor for doctoral trainees and post-doctoral fellows. She completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology and a Juris Doctor at Widener University, followed by a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in forensic neuropsychology and assessment psychology in Miami, Florida.
Command Master Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Britt K. Slabinski, USN (Ret.)
Britt Slabinski is from Northampton, MA. He earned the rank of Eagle Scout at age 14 and upon graduating High School enlisted in the US Navy in 1988. He completed Basic Underwater Demolition SEAL training with class 164 in January 1990.
Slabinski retired from Naval Service after 25 Years as a Command Master Chief. During those years he completed 9 overseas deployments and 15 combat deployments in support of U. S. national objectives.
Britt was awarded the Medal of Honor from President Donald J. Trump on May 24, 2018, for his actions during combat operations on March 4, 2002 while deployed to Afghanistan. Britt is the Chief of Staff at Wave Neuroscience in Newport Beach, Ca.
All proceeds benefit the Museum’s Trident House Charities Program in support of veterans and their families.
Dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of Navy SEALs and their predecessors, the Navy SEAL Museum is a 501(c)(3) organization.