The Historic Naval Ships Association (HNSA) links the public with historic ships from around the world. These ships are storytellers and the deeds of those who served aboard them provide inspiration to present and future generations.
The Association is a non-profit organization whose membership is comprised of naval ship museums and memorials around the world as well as individuals, businesses and organizations that promote our mission. We support the ships in our Fleet by being a networking and information hub linking our members to advance the preservation and promotion of all ships we represent. We share new and best practices in: educational and public programming; preservation and restoration; and, operational and technical support. In addition to the use of the Association’s Website, HNSA also holds an annual conference, hosted by a member vessel, during which participants from the Fleet’s ships and other committed organizations and individuals discuss, among other things: successful educational and program experiences ; marketing; public support strategies; collection management; and a variety of other ship-museum related subjects.
The HNSA promotes visiting the world’s historic naval ships and advocate for the need to save these important vessels for future generations so that they may continue to proudly serve their countries in honor of those who served and continue to serve at sea.
TechRocket Radio Museum hosts a growing collection of US Navy historical transmitters and receivers from World War II and the Cold War. The collection aims to preserve the radio technology of an era of major breakthroughs and innovations that shaped the future and to honor the importance of radio technology as a mean for naval communications.