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Outreach Brief December 2012. NHHC Mission. The Naval History and Heritage Command provides the knowledge foundation for the Navy by maintaining historically relevant resources and products that identify what the Navy is and what it stands for.

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Outreach Brief

December 2012

nhhc mission
NHHC Mission
  • The Naval History and Heritage Command provides the knowledge foundation for the Navy by maintaining historically relevant resources and products that identify what the Navy is and what it stands for
  • We interpret naval history and heritage, providing historically relevant support to Navy leadership and Sailors to support policy development, enhance readiness and build esprit de corps
  • We conduct outreach to the American public that highlights the critical role the Navy plays in their daily lives and the importance of maintaining a strong Navy to protect their basic freedoms and the America's maritime commerce
  • We collect, preserve, protect, and make available the artifacts, documents, and art that embody our naval history and heritage for future generations
  • We advance the knowledge of naval history and heritage through professional research, analysis, interpretation, products, and services
shift of strategy
Shift of Strategy
  • Information and inquiries for the Secretary of the Navy, Chief of Naval Operations and other high level decision makers
  • Invoke the “sense of the heroic” to provide a connection to the public
command overview
Command Overview

Through the preservation of Naval History we are learning from our past

to help inform the Navy’s future.

  • The Naval History and Heritage Command is comprised of:
    • 184 civilians, 45 military personnel, and 23 contractors
    • It is located in 15 different geographic locations occupying 35 different facilities
    • These facilities house approximately:
      • 222,000,000 pages of records
      • 170,000 books
      • 269,000 artifacts (regular & underwater)
      • Over 18,000 pieces of art work
nhhc information flow
NHHC Information Flow




  • Navy Leadership
  • Sailors
  • General Public



commemorative events
Commemorative Events

Navy Birthday

13 October 1775

Educational Lectures


Promotional Material






special events
Special Events

Photo Collections

Related Links

Oral Histories & Documents


museum educational programs
Museum Educational Programs

Lesson Plans

  • Dive! Dive! Buoyancy & Density
  • Nuclear Energy: A HOT Topic in a COLD War
  • Missiles on a Mission!
  • How Does Sonar Work? Mapping the Ocean Floor
  • Making Waves: The US Military and Electromagnetic Waves

Quick Stats

Museum Themes

Social Media


Upcoming Events


Revolt of the Admirals: The Fight for Naval Aviation

by Jeffrey G. Barlow

Cordon of Steel, The US Navy and the Cuban Missile Crisis

by Curtis A Utz *

Ready Seapower: A History of the U.S. Seventh Fleet,

by Edward J. Marolda*

Anchor of Resolve: A History of U.S. Naval Forces Central Command/Fifth Fleet,

by Robert J. SchnellerJr*

* Downloads Available

nhhc contact information
NHHC Contact Information

LCDR HeidiLenzini

  • Public Affairs Officer, NHHC
  • (202) 433-5257 or (202) 433-7880
  • CDR Michael R. Hall
  • IOD Director
  • (202) 433-7133

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