WE LOVE F4’s: The Officer’s Club to be registered as a National Historic Place. Right Here, Right Now! (VIDEO)
- Restore The Officer’s Club as a National Historic Place.
- Collaborate John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum.
- Fund construction of adjacent facilities and learning center.
- Rename China Lake Museum of Armaments and Technology
- Become an Official U.S. Naval Museum.
- Establish the John F. Kennedy Naval History Museum at China Lake.
The Naval Heritage & History Command, formerly the Naval Historical Center, is an Echelon II command responsible for the preservation, analysis, and dissemination of U.S. naval history and heritage located at the historic Washington Navy Yard. The NHHC is composed of 42 facilities in 13 geographic locations including the Navy Department Library, 10 museums and 1 heritage center, USS Constitution repair facility and detachment, and historic ship ex-USS Nautilus.
- Hampton Roads Naval Museum – Norfolk, VA
- National Museum of the American Sailor (formerly Great Lakes Naval Museum) – Naval Station Great Lakes, IL
- National Naval Aviation Museum – Pensacola, FL
- Naval Undersea Museum – Keyport, WA
- Naval War College Museum – Newport, RI
- Puget Sound Navy Museum – Bremerton, WA
- Submarine Force Museum & Historic Ship Nautilus – Groton, CT
- U.S. Naval Academy Museum – Annapolis, MD
- U.S. Navy Seabee Museum – Port Hueneme, CA
The following museums are not listed on the list of “Official U.S. Naval Museums” in the footnote at the top of this section:
- U.S. Navy Memorial Museum – Washington, DC
- USS Constitution (“Old Ironsides”) – Boston, MA
- Navy Art Collection – Washington Navy Yard, Washington, DC
Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country
President John F. Kennedy
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“Remember Lt. John F. Kennedy, Hero (U.S. Navy)”– me
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