LEAGUE of the
UNITED STATES is
a civilian organization dedicated to informing the
American people and their government that the United
States of America is a maritime nation and that its'
national defense and economic well being are dependent
upon strong sea services - United
States Navy, United Stated
Marine Corps, United States
Coast Guard and United States
its founding in 1902 with the enthusiastic
support of President Theodore Roosevelt, the Navy League
of the United States (NLUS) has promoted the need for
strength in American sea power. As Assistant Secretary of
the Navy and recipient of both the Nobel Peace Prize and
the Congressional Medal of Honor, Roosevelt fully
understood that superior sea power sustains peace, deters
war, and protects our economy as well as the freedoms
essential to the American way of life.
Navy League has over 300 councils, and approximately
70,000 active members.
Members are the nation’s watchdogs for the sea services
and track issues regarding military preparedness,
modernization, and all other matters relative to
maintaining U.S. strength at sea. Members of the Navy
League are also recognized for their integrity, patriotism
and community service, especially on the waterfront.
Additionally, we conduct educational programs promoting a
second-to-none sea service and support for the people who
serve and their families.
Navy League Supports
the Sea Services by
state and federal government officials and American citizens about
the importance of strong sea services and
Sea-Air-Space Exposition, the largest maritime
exhibition of its kind, as well as other forums
addressing sea service issues.
defense issues with more than 70,000 military
personnel and civilians through the award winning Seapower
official monthly publication of the Navy League of
the United States, featuring articles and inside
news of our sea services.
awards programs to recognize the exceptional
service of active duty and reserve personnel.
more than $600,000 annually to our nation's youth
through support of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet
to attend national conventions of the Navy League
of the United States
to visit military facilities
with military guest speakers
Breakwall (USCGC Halibut) (LINK)
|| Navy League News
|| The Commodore (BHNL)
to meet military personnel of all ranks
to participate in golf tournaments
Ship cruises (when available)
visiting programs (when available)
Tax deductible contributions (Navy League is a
501(c)(3) corporation, consult with your tax
Membership Benefits (LINK)
Members & Renewals
Please complete the membership form (LINK)
and mail it with your check to National Headquarters:
Navy League of the
P.O. BOX 1050
Charlotte, NC 28201-9815
Mail a copy of the form to:
Navy | Marine
Corps | Coast Guard | U.S.-Flag Merchant Marine
League National Headquarters
2300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 200
Arlington, VA 22201-5424
The switchboard is open from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Eastern),
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