The Navy League of the United States, founded in 1902 with the support
of President Theodore Roosevelt, is a nonprofit civilian, educational and advocacy organization
that supports America’s sea services: the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and U.S.-flag Merchant Marine.
As part of its mission focus, the Navy League of the United States:
Enhances the morale of sea service personnel and their families through national and council level programs.
Provides a powerful voice to educate the public and Congress on the importance of our Sea Services to our nation’s defense, well-being and economic prosperity.
Supports youth through programs, such as the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps, Junior ROTC and Young Marines, that expose young people to the values of our sea services.
Surface Navy Association
Surface Navy Association (SNA) was incorporated in 1985 to promote greater
coordination and communication among those in the military, business, and academic communities
who share a common interest in Surface Warfare while supporting the activities of Surface Naval
The Surface Navy Association's main purpose is:
Recognizing the continuing contributions of the United States Navy & Coast Guard’s Surface Forces in regards to the security of the United States.
Showcasing professional excellence within the Surface Naval Forces.
Dealing with the challenges that are faced as Surface Naval Forces in regards to National Security.
Nurturing communication among military, academic, and business communities.
Enhancing and Preserving the Heritage of Surface Naval Forces.
Providing forums on professional matters affecting Surface Naval Forces and the United States Navy and Coast Guard.