Freedom of the Seas

On this 236th birthday of the United States Navy, we should never forget the reason why the Navy was formed and why it will remain a part of our Freedom as long as there is a United States of America.

The free flow of commerce is one way of guaranteeing a free nation. The oceans still remain the largest trading routes between nations and our ability to safely send our ships to other countries as well as receive goods we need to import is part of our economic freedom.

The Navy gives us a strong arm to project power in uncertain times and to respond to international crisis in a way that no other nation is able to.

The Navy has the ability to respond to any threat at sea, under the sea, and over the sea. It offers the most flexible response in almost every case.

The key thing about the Navy is her people. Volunteers who serve under harsh conditions, long deployments, and close to the potential threats are the real backbone of the Navy.



In this day and age of continued uncertainty, the strength of the Navy is more important than ever before. Emerging threats coupled with existing ones will be a challenge for years to come. We can never sleep, never become complacent, never accept second best.

In a world filled with people who envy and despise our country and what we stand for, the United States Navy stands as one of the Key Defenders of Liberty and Freedom.

God Bless the Men and Women of the United States Navy

Numbers 6 Verses 24-26

24 “‘“The LORD bless you and keep you;
25 the LORD make his face shine on you
and be gracious to you;
26 the LORD turn his face toward you
and give you peace.”’

Mister Mac

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