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Home School at the Museum: Communication in the Navy

February 14, 2012 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Navy Museum LogoHow do you send silent and coded messages in the military? Students  will learn the history of Semaphore, Morse code, Navajo Code talkers and other forms of communication used to send messages from ship to ship and ship to shore. Students will make their own signaling devices to take home and practice sending messages!

Museum Staff can no longer accept RSVPs for Home School at the Museum during the week of the event. Please ensure reservations have been made no later than the week before the program begins each month.

All families without military ID or base decals, please refer to Navy Yard Access Information.

Please visit the National Museum of the United States Navy website for more information.


February 14, 2012
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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National Museum of the United States Navy
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National Museum of the United States Navy