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USNA Public Affairs Office

As a national institution, the Naval Academy recognizes the public's interest in how we develop midshipmen morally, mentally and physically into officers privileged to lead Sailors and Marines. An important element of fulfilling our mission is effectively communicating with the Brigade, Faculty and Staff, the American public and other interested audiences.

In this regard, the Naval Academy Public Affairs team manages comprehensive programs in the areas of media relations, community relations, internal information, publications, and photographic services.

USNA News Sources

CHINFO

For information about ships and personnel, contact the Public Liaison Branch at CHINFO.

703.697.9020
CHINFO

USNA News Center is published by the Public Affairs Office.

Contact Us

For Public Inquiries:
Public Affairs Office
410.293.1520

For Media Requests:
Media Relations
410.293.2292

For Photography Requests:
 Photo Lab
 410.293.3572

For Publications and Graphic Assistance:
 Publications
 410.293.1532

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Four Midshipmen Spend Summer Internship at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division
PORT HUENEME, Ca. - Four midshipmen from the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA) in Annapolis, Maryland wrapped up their internship June 23 with Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division...
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NAVAL ACADEMY TO RETURN TO HPCON A, PUBLIC VISITATION
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The U.S. Naval Academy and Naval Support Activity (NSA) Annapolis have been approved to transition out of HPCON B and into HPCON A; this change will go into effect...
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NAVAL ACADEMY IDENTIFIES DECEASED MIDSHIPMAN
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Midshipman Michael Myles James, 22, of Hiram, Georgia, was found unresponsive the morning of June 23 while on leave from the U.S. Naval Academy. The cause of death is...
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USNA MIDSHIPMAN SUSTAINS NON-LIFE THREATENING INJURIES DURING AIRCRAFT INCIDENT AT EASTON AIRPORT
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – At approximately 11:15 this morning, a Trident Air single-engine aircraft piloted by a Naval Academy midshipman crashed in a field near Easton Airport in Easton,...
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