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Today in History
1898 - President William McKinley orders the Navy to begin a blockade of Cuba and Spain, the beginning of the Spanish-American War.
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Museum educators will lead the workshop, which is limited to 50 participants. All materials provided.

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Join the curator as he talks about the museum’s newest exhibit, “The Future is Now: The Navy’s Lighter Than Airships”.  After the talk, receive a personal tour of the exhibit.

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The acronym USNS designates non-commissioned ships that are the property of the United States Navy. These ships are unarmed auxiliary support vessels owned by the U.S. Navy and operated by the Military Sealift Command. As opposed to USS designated ships, USNS ships have civilian crews and are commanded by active-duty naval officers.