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Photos from our day cruise aboard the USCGC Sea Otter

Tour Of USCGC Sea Otter

Off the side of the USCGC Sea Otter

Aboard the USCGC Sea Otter

Logo of the USCGC Sea Otter

Captain's View from the USCGC Sea Otter

Aboard the USCGC Sea Otter

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About the Greater Palm Springs Area, California Navy League Council

Whether you ever served in uniform or not, we invite you to join the Palm Springs council of the United States Navy League today.  Our mission, “Citizens in Support of the Sea Services,” reflects both our commitment and our broad appeal to everyone concerned with support for our men and women in uniform. To join us and for more information, visit our “Contact Us” page.

We meet at our regularly scheduled luncheon at 11:30 am on the second Monday of every month at The Classic Club, Palm Desert, CA. Our luncheons normally include special presentations from United States Sea Service dignitaries, as well as a chance to mingle with like minded members and supporters.

Members participate in Navy League Sponsored trips to United States Military installations, Vessels and special events. Past trips include a tour of the Los Angeles class, fast attack, nuclear powered submarine, the USS Jefferson City, the change of command ceremony for the United States Navy’s Beach Master Unit One, The decommissioning of the United States Cost Guard Cutter Boutwell, The adoption of the United States Cost Guard Cutter Sea Otter and a trip to the USS IOWA BB 61. 

We support several of our nations Sea Service Units from the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard and U.S.-flag Merchant Marine. Visit out our “Sponsored Units” page for more information.


About the Navy League

A member of the United States Navy Hugs His ChildrenThe Navy League of the United States was founded in 1902 with the encouragement of President Theodore Roosevelt. The Navy League has provided a powerful voice for a stronger sea service to Congress and to the American people. The Navy League has grown into the foremost citizens’ organization to serve, support and stand with all the sea services – the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard and U.S.-flag Merchant Marine.

United States Sea CadetsThe Navy League is comprised of 65,000 civilians in more than 270 councils around the world working to support sea service members and their families. We do this through a variety of education programs that remind our fellow citizens that the United States is a maritime nation whose national economic and security interests are inextricably tied to the freedom of the seas.

The Navy League has three missions: to enhance the morale of active-duty personnel and their families; inform Congress and the American public on the importance of strong sea services; and support youth through programs such as the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps and the Junior ROTC and Young Marines that expose young people to the values of our sea services.