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Chapter President Andrew Hunt recently visited the Navy Seal Museum located on Hutchinson Island. (Pictured left to right: Chapter supporter Wes Hightower, Anthony Coletta, Director of Community Outreach and Andrew Hunt.)
“The museum has an unbelievable number of historic exhibits and information on SEAL missions for visitors to explore,” said Andrew. “We are excited to recently begin a golf program for Veterans that support and visit the museum.”

The National Navy SEAL Museum is the only museum dedicated solely to preserving the history of the United States Navy SEALs and their predecessors. Located in Fort Pierce, Florida, the Museum resides on the training grounds of the original Navy combat divers, the Frogmen.

Built to honor the men who served with fortitude and dedication, the Navy SEAL Museum first opened its doors on Veterans Day in 1985. From humble beginnings, the facility has experienced tremendous growth, achieving national stature in 2007.

The main objective of the Museum remains the promotion of public education by providing the opportunity to explore the history of the United States Navy SEALs through interactive exhibits, while honoring the fallen at the Navy SEAL Memorial and caring for those warriors’ families through the Trident House Charities Program.