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The Navy comes to Phoenix
Submitted by Scott Sanders
This year marks the centennial of Arizona’s statehood. I am excited to celebrate this proud event, being the grandson of grandparents who were born in the Territory of Arizona. As an admiral in the Navy, I am equally as excited to let Arizonans know about Phoenix Navy Week, March 26-31. more…

Navy celebrará "Semana Naval"

por Samuel Murillo
La Semana del US Navy 2012 con sabor latino se realizará en Phoenix teniendo como marco la conmemoración del Centenario de Arizona. more…

NOLA Navy Week to bring 10 tall and modern warships, air show to New Orleans next month

By Paul Purpura, The Times-Picayune
Thousands of sailors and 10 tall ships and modern warships will converge on New Orleans next month, when the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard kick off four years of international events to commemorate the bicentennial of the War of 1812. City and military officials provided details of "Navy Week NOLA" today during a news conference at City Hall. more…


The Milwaukee Air & Water Show will be an integral part of Navy Week and the Bicentennial Celebration of the War of 1812 August 8-13. more…

NOLA Navy Week War of 1812 Bicentennial Events to Begin Here

New Orleans will serve as the inaugural city in a three-year national celebration commemorating the War of 1812 and the Star-Spangled Banner. The 2012 celebration will take place April 17 – 23, 2012, featuring a colorful spectacle of ships spreading on the East Bank of the Mississippi River from Erato Street to Upper Poland Avenue. more…

Navy parachute team to drop in

By Richard E. Baldwin News Staff Reporter
The Navy’s parachute team will demonstrate combat skills during an array of activities planned for Buffalo Navy Week — Sept. 10-17. more…

Sioux Falls Selected For Navy Week 2012
Sioux Falls Navy Week, July 19-26, is one of 15 selected cities where America’s Navy will “come home” in 2012, giving area residents an opportunity to meet Sailors and learn about the Navy’s capabilities and relevance to national security. more…

Nobels, NATO and now Navy Week will land in Chicago; hello, sailor
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The U.S. Navy has selected Chicago as one of its Navy Week home bases for 2012 Chicago Navy Week will be held Aug. 13-20 and will commemorate the bicentennial of the War of 1812 and the Star Spangled Banner, according to a release. more…

Houston Selected for Navy Week 2012

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by Style News Wire
Houston Navy Week, Oct. 22-29, is one of 15 selected cities where America’s Navy will “come home” in 2012, giving area residents an opportunity to meet Sailors and learn about the Navy’s capabilities and relevance to national security. more…

Sacramento Will Host Navy Week 2012aa
Ian McDonald
July 16 through July 22, Sacramento will be one of 15 cities nationwide to host Navy Week 2012. more…

Constitution a Feature of Boston Navy Week 2012a
By Matt M. Casey
The Navy announced this week that Charlestown’s own USS Constitution will play a feature part in Boston Navy Week 2012. more…

Milwaukee Navy Week coming in August 2012
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by Katie DeLong
The Brew City has been chosen as one of 15 cities where America’s Navy will come home in 2012. more…

Cleveland Navy Week Aug. 27-Sept. 4a
Cleveland has been named one of 15 cities where America’s Navy will “come home” in 2012, giving area residents an opportunity to meet sailors and learn about the Navy’s capabilities and relevance to national security. more…

Buffalo to be part of ‘Navy Week
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by David Bertola, Buffalo Business First Reporter
Buffalo is among 15 U.S. cities where the U.S. Navy  will be celebrating Navy Week throughout 2012. more…

Baltimore selected to host Navy Weeka
By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun
Baltimore has been selected to host a Navy Week in June, when the Blue Angels, the Leap Frogs parachute team and ships and sailors will join in the War of 1812 bicentennial celebration. more…

Navy Announces 2012 Navy Week Schedule

By the Navy Office of Community Outreach
MILLINGTON, Tenn. (NNS) — From Boston to Sacramento, America’s Navy will come home to 15 cities across the country in 2012 to show Americans why having a strong Navy is critical to the American way of life and to help commemorate the Bicentennial of the War of 1812. more …

Admiral salutes his Johnson High School experience, urges students to excel

By Kenneth Kesner, The Huntsville Times
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — Rear Adm. Ken Carodine’s latest tour of duty in his 30 years of Navy service had him in dress uniform at the front of a J.O. Johnson High School lecture hall … more …


Maryland plans for 1812 bicentennial commemorations
CBS Baltimore
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Maryland plans for 1812 bicentennial commemorations include June 2012 maritime festival

By Associated Press, Updated Thursday, November 17
BALTIMORE — Maryland tourism officials hope to draw more than one million people to the birthplace of the “Star-Spangled Banner” next summer as they open a years-long bicentennial commemoration of the War of 1812 with an international maritime festival.
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2012 Navy Weeks

In 2012, 15 cities have been
selected to host a Navy Week.
These cities include:

Phoenix
March 26-31


New Orleans
April 16-23


Nashville
May 7-13


Spokane
May 14-20


Baltimore
June 11-19


Boston
June 29-July 6


Sacramento
July 16-22


Sioux Falls
July 19-28


Milwaukee
August 6-13


Chicago
August 13-20


Toledo
August 20-27


Cleveland
Aug. 27-Sept. 4


Detroit
September 3-10


Buffalo
September 10-17


Houston
October 22-28

 

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