OPEN OUR MUSEUM
THE NATIONAL NAVAL
is a national treasure. Founded in 1963, this world-class museum tells the story of how Naval Aviation has been at the cutting edge of aerospace history for more than a century.
Its many attractions have inspired thousands of young people to develop an interest not only in Naval Aviation, but also in science, technology and engineering, or pursue a career in the military.
Following a terrorist attack on base in December 2019 involving a non-U.S. citizen, access to NNAM has been restricted to only DoD cardholders and veterans. For more than two years now, all other U.S. citizens are still not allowed access to a museum whose operations are paid for, in large part, by their hard-earned tax dollars. This national treasure is being allowed to go to waste.
TAKE ACTION NOW!
SIGN THE PETITION TO OPEN OUR MUSEUM
Sign our petition below to urge the U.S. Navy and the Department of Defense to reestablish the public access waiver to NAS Pensacola so all citizens are allowed to visit our National Naval Aviation Museum, once again.
CONTACT YOUR U.S. SENATOR
US Senator Marco Rubio
Email Senator Rubio
Pensacola Office Phone: 850 433-2603
Washington, DC Phone: 202 224-3041
US Senator Rick Scott
Email Senator Scott
Pensacola Office Phone: 850 760-5151
Washington, DC Phone: 202 224-5274
US Senator Richard Shelby
Email Senator Shelby
Washington, DC Phone: 202 224-5744
Mobile Office Phone: 251 694-4164
US Senator Tommy Tuberville
Email Senator Tuberville
Washington Office Phone: 202 224-4124
Mobile Office Phone: 251 308-7233
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