September 2022  
Oak Harbor, Washington


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  • NJROTC Awards - Rep. Larsen &, Assistant Superintendent Lundstrom
  • President's Award for Kelly Davidson - Rep. Larson & NL Pres. Smith
  • Helmet Award for Kelly Davidson - Rep. Larsen and NL Pres. Smith
  • Navy League President Greg Smith @ Veterans Day 2021 Program
  • Navy League President Greg Smith @ Veterans Day 2021 Program
  • Mayor Bob Severns Family & State Representative Dave Paul
  • 2021 Veterans and 9/11 Observance Day First Responders
  • 2021 Veterans Day Entrance to Stadium
  • Former Navy League President Steve Bristow and OH Police Chief Kevin Dresker
  • 2021 Veterans Day - Fire Department Captain Craig Anderson: Tunnel to Towers
  • 2021 Veterans Day Vocalist Nathan McCartney - "God Bless the USA"
  • Navy League Chaplain David Lura - MC 2021 Veterans Day Program
  • 2021 Veterans Day Audience
  • NL VP Dr. Darin Hand, NL President Greg Smith, Chaplain David Lura
  • Past NL President, Steve Bristow
  • Welcome to NAS Whidbey Island

Links to OUR 2021 VETERANS DAY PROGRAM and the 2022 Memorial Day Program can be found IN ANNUAL EVENTS

30 September 2022 
on this day in
1988 LA Dodger Orel Herschiser breaks former Dodger Don Drysdale mark by pitching 59 consecutive scoreless innings

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1899 – First Navy wireless message sent via Lighthouse Service Station at Highlands of Navesink, New Jersey.
1924 – Allies stopped checking on the German navy.
1932 – “Chesty” Puller won second Navy Cross.
1944 – Admiral Fort takes command of US operations in this island group. He announces that Peleliu, Angaur, Ngesebus and Kongauru have been completely occupied. Japanese resistance continues, however.
1944 – USS Nautilus (SS-168) lands supplies and evacuates some people from Panay, Philipppine Islands.
1945 – American Marines of the US 3rd Amphibious Corps start landing at Tientsin, in the north, to disarm 630,000 Japanese.
1946 – U.S. Government announces that U.S. Navy units would be permanently stationed in the Mediterranean to carry out American policy and diplomacy.


Contact Us  
Navy League
PO Box 847
Oak Harbor, Washington 98277
Phone 360.720.8398
Mobile 360.720.8398

MEETINGS monthly except July-August

OH Elks Club

Oct 4
Nov 1
Nov 11 Veterans Day Program
Dec 6
Jan 3


Oak Harbor Area Council of the Navy League is a group of civilians who meet monthly in support of the women and men of the sea services.  A SPECIAL WELCOME is extended to military related families and those new to the area and includes an invitation to join us.


We enhance the morale of
sea service personnel and
their families through national
and council level programs.
We provide 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. 

We support youth through programs that expose young people to the value of our sea services.

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