The Naval Order of the United States is the living history of our sea going services. Our membership keeps history alive through the restoration of historic artifacts, establishment of memorials at key sites, and the active collection of our shared history through academic papers, published works, and ad hoc stories.
We are a growing community of members spanning multiple generations and military engagements. Using written, visual, aural and social media, we tell our stories and work as a community to build, restore, and commemorate our treasured national history of those who went to sea in the name of our country.
The newsletter of the Naval Order of the United States is our quarterly publication covering top stories from the Society's activities and articles on Naval history. Past quarter's publication includes
Historic Marker: Former Admiralty House in Ireland celebrates centennial of island naval operations during
WWISpotlights: New Orleans Commandery's Dr. Samantha Cavell reports on first combat submarine sinking of a warship
Special Programs: SA Alina Full helps with event, Color Guard at USS Houston CA30 Bell CeremonyAwards: Texas Commandery Fleet Admiral Nimitz Leadership Award to CAPT Norman Jack "Dusty" Kleiss,
USNHistory: USCG Mess Attendant Charles Walter David, Jr. risks life to save Dorchester survivors in segregated service of WWII
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