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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.
The Navy Log is a continuously growing National Registry of Sea Service with more than 615,000 records. You can search for shipmates or enter information about your own service or that of a loved one. You can search by Name or Duty Station.
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.
The Navy Memorial’s Stories of Service program collects digital video oral histories of Sea Service veterans throughout the year. A group of dedicated volunteers interviews and records the personal accounts of shipmates from all eras.
For all Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine Veterans who received the Medal of Honor from the Revolutionary War through WW II, Cold War, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, and in peacetime.
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