Navy Memorial or Museum websites 














Tips for using this Link List Page
#Records: 33Search: Memorial
  Already on first pageOn first page, no previous page to go to   Page:  Jump to page # entered into box of 4    Go to the NEXT pageJump to LAST page    Clear SEARCH options, restore list to original set of recordsClear ONE Search selection   Clear SORT options, restore list to original order 
Website name
URL (click to visit) Description
Cold War Submarine Memorialhttp://www.patriotspoint.org/exhibits/cold_war/Located on Charleston Harbor, the Cold War Submarine Memorial at Patriot's Point in Mt. Pleasant SC stands as an enduring tribute to the dedicated men who served in our submarines during this unique and dangerous period in our nation's history; to their f
Deterrent Parkhttp://seattlebase.subvets.com/deterrent.htmLocated at the Bangor Sub Base in front of the Trident Training Facility near Bremerton WA to commemorate the 41 for Freedom boats, it features the sail and rudder of USS Woodrow Wilson (SSBN 624)'s sail. Military ID or prior arrangements made through th
Fast Attacks and Boomershttp://americanhistory.si.edu/subs/This online exhibition reviews the early history of submarines and their radical transformation after World War II. It shows how submarines are built, how they work, and what they do. It also tells the story of submariners and their families, Americans o
Holland Boat # 1http://www.hnsa.org/ships/holland.htmPaterson Museum, 2 Market Street, Paterson, NJ. Holland Boat #1 is the first experimental submarine built by Irish-born inventor and educator John P. Holland who emigrated to the United States in 1873, and took up residence in Paterson. Holland is consid
Intelligent Whalehttp://www.hnsa.org/ships/whale.htmLocated at the National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey, Sea Girt, NJ, Intelligent Whale was one of a number of submarines built during the Civil War
Naval Undersea Warfare Museumhttp://https://www.keyportmuseum.cnrnw.navy.mil/ Located in Keyport, WA, significant artifacts on display include the sail of USS Sturgeon (SS 637), major U.S. torpedoes dating from the Whitehead and Howell torpedoes to modern Mk 46 and Mk 50 weapons; a Confederate mine from the Civil War; torpedo tub
On Eternal Patrolhttp://www.oneternalpatrol.com/This site honors the men of the U.S. Submarine Force by attempting to put faces to as many of the names on the lists of lost submariners as possible.
St. Marys Submarine Museumhttp://www.stmaryssubmuseum.com/ Located in historic downtown St Marys, GA, the museum is a great place to learn about the "Silent Service". A wide variety of Submarine artifacts, memorabilia and information are available for viewing
US Navy Memorial Foundationhttp://www.lonesailor.orgThe Lone Sailor statue represents all people who ever served, are serving now or who are yet to serve in the Navy. The Lone Sailor is a composite of the U.S. Navy bluejacket, past, present and future.
USS Albacorehttp://www.ussalbacore.org/Now on exhibit at Albacore Park in Portsmouth NH, the Albacore holds a place in history as the first Navy-designed vessel with a true underwater hull of cylindrical shape that has become the standard for today's submarines worldwide.
    Already on first pageOn first page, no previous page to go to  Page: 1 of  4    Go to the NEXT pageJump to LAST page   Tips for using buttons on this List scren