The Navy announced plans Sept. 6 to survey the wreck of the World War I U.S. Navy cruiser San Diego (ACR 6), on which six American Sailors lost their lives when she was sunk as a result of enemy action off the coast of New York on July 19, 1918.
The Navy published the final entry, "End of the Saga: The Maritime Evacuation of South Vietnam and Cambodia," in its nine-book series titled "The U.S. Navy and the Vietnam War," officials announced Sept. 21.
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. John Richardson presented awards to the winners of the CNO 2017 Naval History Essay Contest during the McMullen Naval History Symposium at the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA), Sept. 14.
More than 800 family, friends, and active duty and retired service members gathered in Concord, Massachusetts, Nov. 16, to pay their final respects to retired Capt. Thomas J. Hudner Jr., who earned the Medal of Honor during the Korean War.
The Naval History and Heritage Command held a commemoration ceremony in honor of Vietnam War Veterans Day at the National Museum of the U.S. Navy's Cold War Gallery located on the Washington Navy Yard, March 29.
The National Museum of the United States Navy (NMUSN) hosted the Bob Feller Act of Valor Foundation's launch of its traveling educational exhibit with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and naming of this year's Bob Feller Act of Valor Award nominees, July 16.
Naval History and Heritage Command has directed all U.S. Navy museums to temporarily close to the public until March 31 as a precautionary measure to avoid large groups of people to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.