For nearly 150 years, the Naval Institute has made an integral contribution to the education of the Sea Services. Working from home, learning from home, and keeping apprised of the daily news of our force is particularly challenging. The Naval Institute is committed to helping. As we navigate this new normal, it is imperative that we continue to provide a forum to discuss sea power and issues critical to global security. 

To that end:

  • We are offering unlimited free web access to Proceedings and Naval History magazines until June 30th, 2020. This includes access to the full Proceedings archive, back to the first issue in 1874, and the archives of the award-winning Naval History magazine.  

  • Our member-level discounts for Naval Institute Press books will now apply to all and include free shipping in the continental United States. New and recent titles are up to 40% off. 

  • Our USNI News service remains free and provides the best, fact-based reporting on the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard.  

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