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330-CFD-DN-SN-91-04377  A Chief Petty Officer uses a sound-powered phone to communicate with crew members aboard the ocean minesweeper USS Exploit (MSO-440) as the vessel travels to Naval Amphibious Base, Norfolk, Virginia, January 1, 1991. Photographed by Ron Fontaine.    Official U.S. Navy photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

330-CFD-DN-SN-91-04377:  A Chief Petty Officer uses a sound-powered phone to communicate with crew members aboard the ocean minesweeper USS Exploit (MSO-440) as the vessel travels to Naval Amphibious Base, Norfolk, Virginia, January 1, 1991. Photographed by Ron Fontaine.    Official U.S. Navy photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

Navy Museum Inquiries

Visitor services and museum information.

Main:   202-685-0589

Fax:    202-433-8200

david.a.barker16.civ@us.navy.mil

 

Curatorial Department

Inquiries regarding exhibits located at the Museum

Direct:  202-685-5061

david.a.barker16.civ@us.navy.mil

For all requests pertaining to artifacts other than at our museum, please contact the Naval History and Heritage Command's  Curator Branch.

 

Collections Management

Inquiries regarding artifacts that are on display at the National Museum of the U.S. Navy.

Direct:  202-433-0679

david.a.barker16.civ@us.navy.mil

For all requests pertaining to artifacts other than at our museum, please contact the Naval History and Heritage Command's Curator Branch.

 

Education and Programming Department

Educational programs and group tours, including Honor Flights

202-433-4995

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Donations to the Museum

Please do NOT send any unsolicited items to the Museum.   Due to our location on a U.S. Navy base, all incoming mail is subject to irradiation and screening.   This process can permanently damage historic objects.   As part of the Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC), the National Museum of the U.S. Navy requests all questions pertaining to donations be addressed to the Curator Department at NHHC.  

 

Published: Wed Oct 26 08:31:58 EDT 2022