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This plaza was presented by the Classes of 1958 and 1959 in memory of their classmates who gave their lives in the service of their country
Sampson Hall Named In Honor Of Rear Admiral William Thomas Sampson, U.S.N. 1840-1902 Head of Department of Physics and Chemistry Chief of Bureau of Ordnance Superintendent, U.S. Naval Academy Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Force North A…
This is an example of "Ogham" writing. It is a style of Irish alphabet and writing dating from the 1st Century. It is read from the bottom to the top. This sign says, "Welcome to Galway Bay".
Sally Wern Comport's two dimensional artwork "Shaping a City" on the Newman Park fence celebrates the foundation of our city: the working class, its farmers, its watermen, factory workers, carpenters, other highly skilled tradesmen, and suppliers …
14cm 3.5 inch gun from Spanish armored cruiser Vizcaya Battle off Santiago Cuba July 3 1898
Annapolis' Sister City of Wexford, Ireland, was the boyhood home of John Barry, naval hero of the American Revolution. Barry went to sea as a young boy and advanced to be master of his own vessel. he settled in America and in 1776 joined the fledg…
[Top plaque:] Commission Number One United States Navy February 22, 1797: At the Presidential Mansion in Philadelphia, President George Washington formally presented Irish-born John Barry with Commission Number One in the newly formed Unit…
Presented to the United States Naval Academy by the Members of the Class of 1950 Initially on the occasion of their 30th Anniversary - April 1980 Updated yard/campus changes at their 50th Anniversary - April 2000 Updated for gate relocat…
Design The black and gold design on the flag is the coat of arms from the Calvert line. It was granted to George Calvert as a reward for his storming a fortification during a battle. The red and white sides of the cross alternating. Since Georg…
Preble Hall dedicated to Commodore Edward Preble, USN 1761-1807 Educator of Naval leaders and Commander of our squadron before Tripoli, 1803-04.
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