Navy teamwork in action
Naval power projection
USCGC Northland (WMEC-904)
Medium endurance cutter
Homeport: Portsmouth, VA
~ ~ ~ ~ Richmond Virginia Council Navy League Mission ~ ~ ~ ~
* Is a civilian volunteer non-profit organization, prior military service is not required.
* Supports U.S. Navy shipsCARTER HALL, NORMANDY, GRAVELY,USCGCNORTHLAND
Military Sealift Command, Oceana Navy Strike Fighter Squadron 213 Blacklions, Navy Recruiting District
Richmond (NRD) & Navy Operational Support Center Richmond (NOSC) with donations to Morale,
Welfare & Recreation (MWR) funds, & attendance at Change of Command & other events.
* Awards programs for Sailors, Recruiters, Reservists, Sea Cadet & JROTC units.
* Sends care packages to forward-deployed military personnel.
* Group trips: day cruises aboard ships, tours of military bases and ships and submarines,
* Spring ,Summer and Fall (Sea Services) luncheons with speakers.
*Inform the nation, and its political leaders, of the vital importance to the country of a
comprehensive and fully prepared sea service.
* Advocacy for legislation and education through affiliation with 'Seapower' magazine
and the National Navy League
Attention on deck !
Richmond Council Navy League delivers to
USCGC Northland, Dec 2018
US Naval Flight Demonstration Squadron
Blue Angels Air Show starts with the flag
Welcome to the Richmond Council Navy League website. Thank you for your interest.
We want to share with you our enthusiasm and support of the men and women of our military sea services: the U.S. Navy, Marines Corps, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine and Military Sealift Command, their families, and our related Youth Programs.
Our success as Citizens in Support of the Sea Services depends on our Membership. Please join us.
Harvey Lankford - president
Richmond Virginia Council Navy League
Our Adopted Ships and Units