Santa Clara Valley Council
Navy League of the United States
"Citizens in Support of the Sea Services"
Welcome to the NLUS Santa Clara Valley Council!

Where We Meet:

Our regular meetings occur on the second Tuesday of each month,

at
The Elks Lodge
4249 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA  94306
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Welcome aboard time:     6:00 pm.

Regular meeting begins:  6:30 pm, always informal in nature, and usually an invited speaker from the military or from the industry.

Light snacks afterwards:  7:30 pm

Our Adopted Units:

Our Council has several "adopted" units to which we pledge our continued support.
  • US Navy Operational Support Center - San Jose
  • US Navy Recruiting District - San Francisco
  • US Coast Guard Air Station - San Francisco
  • US Coast Guard Cutter Pike (WPB-87365)
  • USS Kidd (DDG-100)
  • USCGC Stratton (WMSL-752)
    Stratton co-sponsored with Lake Merritt Council, NLUS

USS Pike WPB 87365
USCGC Pike WPB 87365

USS Kidd DDG 100
USS Kidd DDG 100

USCGC Stratton WMSL 752
USCGC Stratton WMSL 752

We offer continuing support for area JROTC and Sea Cadet units.

Our Council leadership participates in area military events such as Fleet Week San Francisco, the Battle of Midway Celebration - San Francisco, and Vertical Challenge.

Most of all, we offer our support to those in the Bay Area that serve, no matter the branch of service.
Contact Us:

Santa Clara Valley Council, NLUS
Post Office Box 48
Moffett Federal Airfield, CA  94035-0048

President:  Tom Winant  650-678-7120
Vice President:  Diana Tyler  408-267-3336
Treasurer:  William (Bill) Schultz  408-823-9247

Who We Are:
  • We of the Navy League of the United States stand for a strong America - a nation morally, economically, and internally strong.

  • We believe that the security of our nation and of the people of the world demands a well-balanced, integrated, mobile American defense team, of which a strong Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and Merchant Marine are indispensable parts.

  • We support all Maritime Services to the end that each may make its appropriate contribution to the national security.

  • We know that in a free nation an informed public is indispensable to national security and, therefore, we will strive to keep the nation alert to the dangers which threaten - both from without and within.

  • We favor appropriations for each of the Maritime Services, adequate for national security, economically administered.

  • We oppose any usurpation of the Congress's constitutional authority over the Maritime Services.

  • We urge that our country maintain world leadership in scientific research and development.

  • We support industrial preparedness, planning, production.

  • We support efforts of our government to achieve worldwide peace through international cooperation.

  • We advocate a foreign policy which if possible, will avoid wars - if unable, win them!

Our Council of Navy League of the United States is a 501(c)(3) organization of almost 280 members.  Worldwide, Navy League is over 46 thousand members strong.

We are nonpartisan.  We are dedicated to enhancing the public understanding of the missions and challenges facing today's Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and US Flag Merchant Marine, as well as advocating for the well-being of the men and women of each service and their families, and Navy League youth programs.

Visit Our Headquarters At
www.navyleague.org


US Coast Guard Air Station, San Francisco

"Since the early days of the republic, Americans have relied on a strong Navy and Marine Corps team to defend them against their enemies. Nothing can play so decisive a role as well-trained, highly motivated Sailors and Marines who believe in their mission."

- The Honorable Donald C. Winter, Former Secretary of the Navy

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