Military Craft Regulation
To provide public comment on the proposed revision to 32 CFR 767 that authorizes activities directed at sunken and terrestrial military craft under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Navy for archaeological, historical, or educational purposes, please visit www.Regulations.gov. For further information, you may contact NHHCUnderwaterArchaeology
The naval archives will operate under restricted access due to the ongoing remediation efforts in storage facilities and naval history holdings. Access to and support from naval archives will remain limited to official government inquiries and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests only.
Command Operations Reports
Until further notice, the NHHC can no longer accept Command Operations Reports (COR) via NIPR or SIPR email. All commands submitting unclassified, confidential, or secret reports shall submit CORs via commercial courier (FedEx or UPS). >>More
Curator Artifact Collection
Most of the Navy's central historic artifact collection is stored offsite as part of an initiative to improve the conditions in which they are kept. Requests for artifact support and for loans will be entertained, but response times will be longer than in the past. Official requests will have priority. Email inquiries to email@example.com.
Navy Art Gallery
The exhibition space of the Navy Art Collection is now located in The National Museum of the United States Navy on the Washington Navy Yard (Building 76). We look forward to your visit.
Most of the Navy's historic art collection is stored offsite as part of an initiative to improve the conditions in which they are kept. Research request response times will be longer than in the past, and official requests will have priority. Contact the Art Collection staff at (202) 433-3815.
Ship Naming Report
60th Anniversary of the Korean War
Additional resources related to U.S. Navy commemorations
NHHC employees only.
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