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Navy Memorial Honoring the Men & Women of the Sea Services

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NAVY LOG

The goal of the Navy Log is to create a lasting legacy of honor that reaches across generations and tells the story of our Sea Service veterans. We must remind and educate Americans of the true cost of these freedoms, so they will always respect those who fought to protect them. Registry in the Navy Log is free, but we encourage everyone to join The United States Navy Memorial to show your support of our brave men and women in uniform.

NAVY LOG REGISTRY: FIND A SERVICE MEMBER

Looking for someone specific? Search by name and branch of service.
Want to see if your shipmates are in the Log? Search by duty station and year.
Add yourself, a fellow shipmate, or a loved one to the Navy Log.
 

Naval History & Education

Stories of Service
  • USNM Interview of James Thomas Part Seven Conclusion of Service and Memories of the Hostage Crisis
  • USNM Interview of James Thomas Part Six Memories of the 91st Start Missile Wing Minot AFB
  • USNM Interview of James Thomas Part Five Service Memories on PCF 73 and PCF 43
  • USNM Interview of James Thomas Part Four Joining the Swift Boats, Service on PCF 10, and Tet
  • USNM Interview of James Thomas Part Three Service on the USS Savage DER 386 and Memories of Vietnam
  • USNM Interview of James Thomas Part Two Joining the Navy and Radar A School
  • USNM Interview of James Thomas Part One Summary of Military Service
  • USNM Interview of James Deal Part Five Memories of PCF 78 and Conclusion of Service
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Browse the honor roll of all Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine Veterans who received the Medal of Honor.
Explore ships and aircrafts that were lost in service. Learn about how they were lost, and the men and women lost in service.
Navy Log Brochure
Download our printable brochure on the Navy Log, including a Log submission form.
Mail a Photo
Have a paper photo of yourself or a loved one that you want to add to the Log?
Mail a Service Memory
Have a written service memory, or photos of service, that you want to add to the Log?