Navy Office of Information, West

Hollywood to the Navy

Hollywood to the Navy (HTTN) is an outreach program designed to introduce writers, producers, directors and production executives to the personnel and capabilities of the United States Naval Service to foster more accurate representations of the Navy in works of fiction. The program takes groups on tours of bases, ships, submarines and specific units, including EOD, in an effort to introduce entertainment industry leaders to Navy war-fighting assets.

Tours are scheduled every 6-8 weeks. Please email navyinfowest@gmail.com with any questions, or to sign-up for an upcoming tour.

LOS ANGELES (Nov. 4, 2015) Shane Brennan, left, attempts to gauge the thickness of the Kevlar blast suit as worn by R. Scott Gemmill, both of whom work on the writing staff for "NCIS: Los Angeles." Show writers and producers met with Navy technicians from Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Eleven for a technology demonstration on the back lot at Paramount Pictures in Hollywood, Wednesday, Nov. 4. The meeting was coordinated by the Navy Office of Information West (NAVINFOWEST), which provides production assistance to entertainment industry professionals and helps them become more familiar with the Navy's wide array of technologies and professional communities. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Christopher Okula/Released)

Hollywood to the Navy; HTTN