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  • In His Own Words: John T. Pigott

    I thoroughly enjoy Proceedings and Naval History magazines.  The continuation of their robust health is a major reason why I have, over many years, given as generously to the Naval Institute as I could—and will continue to do so.  I might add that in 1944 I was a commissioning...

    John T. Pigott
  • In His Own Words: David J. Gray

    Understanding history sharpens strategic skills and enables us to function on a higher level.  Our bequest will help underwrite conferences, articles, books and lectures at the Institute’s discretion. By including the Naval Institute in my estate plans, my support will continue beyond...

    David J. Gray
  • A Mother’s Support of her Marine Son: Going...

    Now, more than ever, there is a critical place for an organization such as the Naval Institute that encourages debate on all sides of an issue.  I decided to further support [my son’s] career choice in one of the few ways available to me—by making a gift to the Institute. ...

    Ruth Ann Raup
  • In His Own Words: George W. Carmany III

    Copies of Proceedings attracted my young grandson Charles's attention--warships caught his fancy as they had mine--so the time had come to make an honest man of him.  With help from his grandfather, Charles is now a Naval Institute Member and a sustaining donor.  As the...

    George W. Carmany III
  • In His Own Words: Alexander Brast Thomas

    The Navy and all it stands for remain an important part of my life.  I have been a Life Member of the Naval Instiute for 40 years.  Supporting the USNI mission, financially and in other ways, is something I care about deeply.  And thinking now of the Institute’s rich and...

    Alexander Brast Thomas
  • In His Own Words: Hon. Sean O'Keefe

    I was inspired to become a member because of the exceptional capability of the Naval Institute to focus on strategic events and frame them relative to the rich history of the naval services, to provide for the common defense, and to shape our nation's foreign policy objectives and interests...

    Honorable Sean O'Keefe
  • U of I NROTC Gift Memberships

    Digital-media entrepreneur and author Christopher P. Michel of San Francisco has agreed to underwrite Institute memberships for midshipmen in the NROTC unit at the University of Illinois for the next several years.  A former naval flight officer, Chris received his commission through this...

  • In His Own Words: LT Matthew Hipple, USN

    More than anything else, the Naval Institute is where ideas--not rank--dominate the discourse.  In a world of buzzwords, pet projects, and pop-policy, it's critical to have a strong institution where a JO or NCO's insight counts as much as the think-tank academic or the admiral.

    LT Matthew Hipple
    United States Navy
  • In His Own Words: Hon. Gordon R. England

    The Naval Institute is now a national resource:  It builds public understanding of the naval services, helps to develop future naval leaders, preserves and makes widely available the history of the naval services, and influences the future direction of the sea services.

    Honorable Gordon R. England

Club 2001

The Leadership Circle -- 2001
  • Admiral Stanley R. Arthur, USN (Ret.)
  • Vice Admiral Frederick L. Ashworth, USN (Ret.)
  • Commander George R. Atterbury, USNR (Ret.)
  • Captain Benjamin B. Baker, USCGR (Ret.)
  • Brigadier General Richard A. Behrenhausen, USA (Ret.)
  • Captain John M. Bird, USN
  • Mr. Louis J. Boland
  • Captain Frank L. Boushee, USN (Ret.)
  • Mr. Steve Cohen
  • The Donnelley Foundation
  • Vice Admiral David F. Emerson, USN (Ret.)
  • Mrs. Erna Ericson
  • OS1 William T. Evans, USNR (Ret.)
  • Lieutenant Colonel Philip N. Frazier, USMC (Ret.)
  • Captain Wayne R. Fritz, USN (Ret.)
  • Mr. Norman P. Goldblum
  • Mr. Alan C. Goudy
  • The Hackney Foundation
  • Mr. Robert E. Hanrahan, Jr.
  • J. Ira and Nicki Harris Foundation
  • Vice Admiral William D. Houser, USN (Ret.)
  • Vice Admiral James C. Irwin, USCG (Ret.)
  • Captain and Mrs. Joel H. Jacobs
  • Rear Admiral Gustave N. Johansen, USN (Ret.)
  • Mr. Frederick H. Joseph
  • Captain Harry W. Konkel, USN (Ret.)
  • Commander Lloyd G. LeCain, Jr., USNR
  • Rear Admiral William N. Leonard, USN (Ret.)
  • Mr. Laurance H. Lloyd
  • Mr. and Mrs. William R. Loomis, Jr.
  • Rosa Laird McDonald, CBE
  • Commander Edwin Malloy, Jr., USN
  • Captain Thomas O. Marshall, Jr., USNR (Ret.)
  • Commander Kermit R. Meade, USCG (Ret.)
  • Edward and Joyce Miller
  • Admiral Paul D. Miller, USN (Ret.)
  • Frank E. Minyard, MD
  • Captain Edward G. Nedwicki, USNR (Ret.)
  • Mr. P. X. O'Neill
  • Lieutenant Commander Jason M. Pilalas, USNR (Ret.)
  • The Edward M. Polk Family
  • The John J. Schiff Family
  • Captain L. Hart Sebring, USN (Ret.)
  • Captain Roy C. Smith III, USN (Ret.)
  • Colonel Willard B. Snyder, USAR (Ret.)
  • Captain George E. Sullivan, USN (Ret.)
  • Captain Samuel L. Vernallis, USN (Ret.)
  • Captain Jerry Wages, USN (Ret.)
  • Mr. Robert P. Weed
  • Mr. Earl Weiner
  • Mr. William R. Westlake
  • CPO Vincent D. Wixted, Jr., USCG
  • 6 Anonymous Donors
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