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Naval History & Heritage Command. Rear Admiral Jay DeLoach (USN-Ret.) Director, Naval History 19 October 2009 Supporting Calendar for America. “ The Navy has both a tradition and a future—and we look with pride and confidence in both directions.” ADM George Anderson, CNO. 1. 1.

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Naval history heritage command

Naval History & Heritage Command

Rear Admiral Jay DeLoach (USN-Ret.)

Director, Naval History

19 October 2009

Supporting Calendar for America

“The Navy has both a tradition and a

future—and we look with pride and

confidence in both directions.”

ADM George Anderson, CNO

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Table of contents

Table of Contents

1. NHHC Structure & Resources (The Ways NHHC Can Support)

2.Supporting “Calendar for America”

3. NHHC Long Range Strategic Inputs = Annual “Calendar for America” Events

4. Update

  • Bicentennial of the War of 1812 (2012-2015)

  • Sesquicentennial of the Civil War (2011-2015)

  • Battle of Midway Commemoration (annually)


Nhhc mission

NHHC Mission

Collect, preserve, protect, and make available the artifacts, documents, and art that best embody our naval history and heritage for present and future generations.

Advance the knowledge of naval history and heritage through professional research, analysis, interpretation, products and services.

Make naval history and heritage “come alive” for our Sailors and Marines to enhance readiness and esprit de corps.

Remind America of its need to maintain a strong Navy and Marine Corps to protect its citizens, their freedoms, and the nation’s maritime commerce.

Complimenting Outreach: America’s Navy


Naval history heritage command1

Naval History & Heritage Command

OPERATIONS

HR

DET BOSTON

DIRECTOR

IT

ADMIN

Deputy Director

FINANCE

Cmd eval Contracts

HISTORIES&ARCHIVES

MUSEUMS

&

COLLECTIONS

ENTERPRISE

INTEGRATION&OUTREACH

SENIOR HISTORIAN

SENIOR ARCHIVIST

12 Museums

U/W

Archaeology

ART

CURATOR / PHOTO

ARCHIVES

HISTORIES

REFERENCE

FLT/ CMDHISTORIANS

LIBRARY

Four divisions supporting one vision

PAO

WEBSITE

EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH

Publications


Nhhc resources

NHHC Resources

Echelon 2 Command

291 billets in 35 facilities in 16 geographic locations

History

Archives

Artifacts

Navy Art

Underwater Archaeology

Navy Library

12 Museums

USS Constitution Repair Facility

Nuclear-Powered Submarine and Wooden Sailing Ship

Commemorations and Publications

Website at www.history.navy.mil

Social Media – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Goodreads


Naval history heritage command

USS CONSTITUTION

CASSIN YOUNG

JOSEPH P KENNEDY JR

LCM 56

LIONFISH

MASSACHUSETTS

PT 617

PT 796

SALEM

NIAGARA

SLATER

LST 393

SILVERSIDES

Naval Undersea Museum

Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Museum

TURNER JOY

DEEP QUEST

TRIESTE II

Navy

Museum

Network

BLUEBACK

PT-658

REQUIN

CROAKER

LITTLE ROCK

THE SULLIVANS

PTF-17

COBIA

NWC Museum

LCI(L)-713

COD

US Navy Submarine Museum

NAUTILUS

X-1

Great Lakes Naval Museum

ALBACORE

RED OAK VICTORY

HORNET

LUCID

PBR MARK II

POTOMAC

PTF 26

NEW JERSEY

LING

PBR MARK II

GROWLER

INTREPID

OLYMPIA

BECUNA

Pax River Naval Air Museum

CHESAPEAKE

TORSK

JOHN W BROWN

CONSTELLATION

Naval Museum of Armament and Technology

Hampton Roads Naval Museum

WISCONSIN

MONITOR

LANE VICTORY

US Navy Seabee Museum

Naval Academy Museum

Nat. Museum of the US Navy

BARRY

LCVP

PCF-1

TRIESTE

MIDWAY

MV PILOT

BATFISH

RAZORBACK

HOGA

Ship / Museum

KIDD

PT 309

Naval Aviation Museum

ARIZONA

BOWFIN

MISSOURI

UTAH

PTF 3

LEXINGTON

ALABAMA

DRUM

PBR MARK II

LST-325

CAVALLA

STEWART

TEXAS

NORTH CAROLINA

LAFFEY

YORKTOWN

CLAMAGORE

AMERICAN VICTORY

Existing Navy Museums and Partner Museums.

ORLECK

PBR MARK II


Supporting opnavinst 5726 8

Supporting OPNAVINST 5726.8

  • Host an annual national historical conference in May of even numbered years to better synchronize historical event celebrations and commemorations with the Navy’s long range engagement calendar and the annual “Calendar for America.”

    • Next Conference Planned for May 2010

  • Produce process guidance on commemorative activities for use by supported commands, to include planning, sponsorship, execution and record keeping responsibilities

    • Navy History and Heritage Command, Commemorations Planning Guide. Completed 08/05/09. Under Internal Review

  • Identify traditional commemorative activities and events carried out by the United States Navy.

    • Navy History and Heritage Command, Commemorations Planning Guide, Section 2. Completed 08/05/09. Under Internal Review

  • Produce a long term listing of historically significant events worthy of national, regional, or local commemoration by the United States Navy for consideration by the CHINFO annual outreach support

Naval History & Heritage Command: Planning Guide 2009


Support cont

Support (cont.)

conference, and approval by CNO. Include recommendations for supported commands for specific commemorative events at the national and regional level.

  • Navy History and Heritage Command, Commemorations Planning Guide, Section 2. Completed 08/05/09. Under Internal Review

  • Produce process guidance for annual commemorations of the Battle of Midway for use by commanding officers in performing annual “history stand downs” on or near the anniversary of seminal events.

    • Navy History and Heritage Command, Commemorations Planning Guide. Appendices “Battle of Midway”. Completed 08/05/09. Under Internal Review

  • Provide CNO, VCNO, and DNS and supported commands specific advice on ongoing conduct of commemorative activities through the decennial cycle of this instruction.

    • Ongoing Activity

  • Review and comment on after action reports produced by supported commands for all historic commemoration events.

    • Navy History and Heritage Command, Commemorations Planning Guide. Section 7, Lessons Learned Assessment and Feedback. Completed 08/05/09. Under Internal Review


  • Strategic vision tactical execution

    Strategic Vision = Tactical Execution

    The Long Range Strategic Plan = The “Calendar for America” as Tactical Execution

    CHINFO shall: (OPNAVINST 5726.8)

    Serve as the single-process owner for "Outreach: America's Navy.“

    Host an annual outreach support conference in June. Conference will be attended by representatives from USFF, COMPACFLT, Director of Navy Staff (DNS), CNIC, CNP, CNRC, CNRF, and DNHHC, to establish the Navy's long range outreach plan, identify annual outreach requirements, review the next year's "Calendar for America," and serve as the coordination forum for execution across stakeholders.

    (b) Promulgate the long range outreach plan which looks at least 10 years downrange via an Office of the Chief of Naval Operations Notice (OPNAVNOTE) in October of each year.”


    The strategic long range plan

    The Strategic Long Range Plan

    Producing the Strategic Long Range Plan to inform the tactical annual “Calendar for America”

    Organizing Known Quantities:

    DNHHC shall:(OPNAVINST 5726.8)Produce a long term listing of historically significant events worthy of national, regional, or local commemoration by the United States Navy for consideration by the CHINFO annual outreach support conference, Completed

    Fleet Weeks: New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Hampton Roads, San Diego, Fort Lauderdale. Dates and Locations are know.

    Navy Weeks: 21 Navy Weeks in 2010. The plan is to grow the program into XXX Navy Weeks by 2020.

    Blue Angels: The 2010 and 2011 programs are complete. Where is the program going?


    Way forward

    Way Forward

    Producing The Long Range Strategic Plan & The “Calendar for America”.

    CHINFO, NHHC, & All: coordinate current inputs and long range strategic visions into a ten year “Long Range Strategic Plan”.

    Update O:AN Enclosure (1) with “Long Range Strategic Plan”. Oct 2009

    Complete “Calendar for America” ensuring it is informed by “Long Range Strategic Plan”. Dec 2009

    Update O:AN with Enclosure (2) “Calendar for America”. Dec 2009

    CNO OPNOTE Updates O:AN Instruction. Dec 2009


    Naval history heritage command

    Naval History and Heritage

    Questions


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