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Table of Contents Welcome Aboard! 2 Tour Around the Yard 3 Midshipman Life 10 Organization 18 Upon Arrival 19 Area Services 20 Schools 21 Medical and Dental 22 Emergency and Security Information 23 Naval Academy Business Services 24 Exchange and Commissary 26 Morale, Welfare and Recreation 27 Religious Services 29 Supporting Organizations 30 Naval Support Activity Annapolis Map 33 Naval Academy Map 35 Telephone Listings 37 Calendar Highlights 2015 43 United States Naval Academy 47 Directory of Advertisers by Category 56 Advertisers’ Index 66 Categorical Index 68 Prepared by U.S. Naval Academy Public Affairs Office Publications Branch 121 Blake Road, Annapolis, MD 21402-5006 Published by What’s Up? Media 201Defense Highway #203 Annapolis, MD 21401 410-266-6287 Published by What’s Up? Media, a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Navy, under exclusive written contract with the U.S. Naval Academy, this installation guide is an authorized publication for members of the U.S. military services. The appearance of advertising in this publication does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense, Department of the Navy, or What’s Up? Media., of the products or services advertised. Editorial content is edited, prepared and provided by the Publications Branch of the U.S. Naval Academy Public Affairs Office. Credits Cover photo courtesy of MC3 Nathan Wilkes, USN. Photography by Shannon O’Connor and Gin Kai of the USNA Photography Branch; MC2 Jonathan Correa, USN; Midshipman Dylan Prenda; Phil Hoffmann of the Naval Academy Athletic Association; Donna Ruokonen; and Ken Mierzejewski.


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nnapolis—home of the United States Naval Academy and Naval Support Activity Annapolis. Your new home/duty station has much to offer in history, culture, recreation, fine arts and educational resources. The Naval Academy and the Naval Support Activity Annapolis share many facilities and personnel. Maps of both areas are included in this publication. The location is outstanding. The Chesapeake Bay, the Severn and Magothy Rivers surround Annapolis. Baltimore and Washington, D.C., are only 30 miles away. The quiet countryside of Maryland’s Eastern Shore across the Bay Bridge provides newcomers much to explore and enjoy. The average monthly temperatures in the area range from the 30's in January and February to the high 90's in July and August. The summer days fade into crisp autumn weather, and sailing and outdoor activities continue into November.

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Even with an expanding population, Annapolis still retains a small-town atmosphere. Shopkeepers know their customers by name, and people stroll leisurely down Main Street. Spring and summer bring tourists and families to the Academy. In autumn, Navy football games provide ample opportunities for enjoying the city and its surroundings. As Maryland’s capital for more than 300 years, Annapolis welcomes legislators from all over the state each year from January through April. The State House, one of the oldest existing houses of government in the country, still serves the Maryland legislature and, at one point, served as the United States Capitol. We hope this guide will provide helpful information as you get settled and make the most of your stay in Annapolis.

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s you stroll the scenic grounds of the Naval Academy, known as the Yard, the contrasts in architecture reflect its distinguished history. Designated a National Historic Site, the Yard offers tree-shaded monuments to commemorate courageous graduates and non-graduates, and their contributions to naval history.

By World War I, there were nearly 200 graduates each year, and in 1933, an act of Congress authorized the Academy to confer the bachelor of science degree. As the Navy grew over the years, the Academy expanded from ten acres to a 338-acre complex, from 50 midshipmen to a brigade of more than 4,400 midshipmen.

Secretary of the Navy George Bancroft established the first Naval School at Fort Severn in Annapolis in 1845, and about 50 students attended classes taught by four officers and three civilian professors. In 1850, the Naval School became the United States Naval Academy, the undergraduate college of the U.S. Navy.

Throughout years of growth and change, the basic mission of the Academy has remained:

The current curriculum of four consecutive years at Annapolis with at-sea training during the summers was adopted in 1850. During the Civil War, the Academy moved to Newport, R.I. It was reestablished at Annapolis in 1865.

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“To develop midshipmen morally, mentally and physically and to imbue them with the highest ideals of duty, honor and loyalty in order to graduate leaders who are dedicated to a career of naval service and have potential for future development in mind and character to assume the highest responsibilities of command, citizenship and government.�

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ancroft Hall, named after Secretary the of Navy George Bancroft, who founded the school in 1845, is home for the entire brigade of more than 4,400 midshipmen. It contains approximately 1,700 midshipman rooms, nearly five miles of corridors and about 33 acres of floor space. All of the basic facilities midshipmen need for daily living, and many facilities for recreation, are found in the hall. Although the living areas of Bancroft Hall are off-limits to visitors, several other areas are open. These include the Rotunda and Memorial Hall, dedicated to alumni who gave their lives in defense of their country. There is also a sample midshipman room near the Main Office, to the right of the Rotunda.

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he Naval Academy Chapel was started in 1904 and dedicated in 1908. The interdenominational chapel provides a serene place for the Brigade of Midshipmen to worship. An addition, dedicated in 1940, increased the seating capacity to 2,500 and changed the basic design from a Greek to a Roman cross. Two massive bronze doors designed by Evelyn B. Longman grace the entrance to the chapel. The two anchors that flank the long chapel steps were reportedly made for one of the Navy’s first armored cruisers, USS New York. Inside, the stained glass windows are majestic. The window above the altar, Christ Walking Upon the Water, was designed by Tiffany Studios. The Sir Galahad window symbolizes the ideals of the Navy.

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The words of the Navy hymn, Eternal Father Strong to Save, dominate the altar. As part of a long-standing tradition, the congregation sings the Navy hymn at the conclusion of every service. A single pew, cordoned off in blue velvet with a single burning candle, is reserved in honor of all prisoners of war and those missing in action. Below the nave of the main chapel, two smaller chapels, St. Andrew’s Chapel and the Blessed Sacrament Chapel, are available for daily services. At the end of Commissioning Week, weddings are celebrated hourly for newly commissioned ensigns and second lieutenants. Approximately 160 weddings are held every year in the Naval Academy's chapels. John Paul Jones, a naval hero from the Revolutionary War, is entombed beneath the chapel. His remains were brought to America in 1905 after 113 years of obscurity in a Paris cemetery. General Horace Porter, U.S. Ambassador to France, was responsible for locating the remains. 6

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ewish services are conducted in the Commodore Uriah P. Levy Center and Jewish Chapel, completed in 2005, which is attached to Mitscher Hall and between the 7th and 8th wings of Bancroft Hall. The Commodore Uriah P. Levy Center and Jewish Chapel supports the moral development of midshipmen. It also is used to teach future officers about their roles as leaders in providing support for the needs of their sailors and Marines. Located near Bancroft Hall, where the midshipmen live, the 35,000-square-foot structure features a 410-seat chapel, a Character Learning Center, a fellowship hall, a meeting room for the brigade's Honor Board, and places of study and reflection for midshipmen of all faiths.

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History is Everywhere

The sarcophagus of Commodore John Paul Jones (1747-92) was sculpted by Sylvain Salieres (1865-c.1918) who had come to America by 1903 to work for the architectural firm of Warren and Wetmore on New York’s Grand Central Station. The black and white marble of the casket is supported by bronze dolphins and decorated on top by bronze seaweed. Surrounding it and imbedded in the floor in gold are the names of the ships that Jones commanded during the American Revolution. At the head of the sarcophagus are his name, dates, and the fact that “he gave our Navy its earliest traditions of heroism and victory.”

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reat moments and heroes in American Navy and Marine Corps history are represented throughout the Yard in statues, paintings, ships, plaques and buildings.

Bancroft Hall, the dormitory, is named for George Bancroft, who as Secretary of the Navy, founded the U.S. Naval Academy in 1845.

The Naval Academy Museum, located in Preble Hall, named for Commodore Edward Preble, naval leader during the Revolution and the Barbary War with Tripoli, contains a collection of more than 50,000 items such as ship models, paintings, prints and artifacts depicting American naval history and the history of the Naval Academy. Ricketts Hall houses the Naval Academy Athletic Association, as well as ticket offices for Navy athletic events. Originally the headquarters for Naval Station, Annapolis, and quarters for Sailors and mess stewards, Ricketts Hall was named for Admiral Claude V. Ricketts who rose from enlisted ranks to admiral in the U.S. Navy. On the seaward end of Halsey Field House is the Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center. This facility houses exhibits, including John Paul Jones and Graduates in Space, a tour-guide service, a 4,500-square-foot gift shop, a galley with vending machines and an 84-seat theater where visitors view a 12-minute film on the life of a midshipman. Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center is named for Captain Lyle O. Armel and Colonel William G. Leftwich, both Class of 1953, who served in the Vietnam War where Leftwich was killed in action. The southeast end of the Halsey Field House houses the new Admissions offices while the rest of the 80,000-square-foot building is used for sports and physical training. Squash and tennis courts, weight rooms, basketball courts, climbing wall and an astroturf field are under one roof. Halsey Field House is named for Fleet Admiral William F. Halsey, Class of 1904, great leader and hero of the South Pacific naval and joint amphibious campaigns in World War II. The Lejeune Physical Education Center houses an Olympic-size pool, practice wrestling ring and weight rooms. The Academy’s reputation for outstanding teams and athletes since the early 1900s is exhibited in the Athletic Hall of Fame on the second floor. Lejeune Hall is named for Major General John A. Lejeune, Class of 1888, Army division commander in World War I and Commandant, U.S. Marine Corps, throughout the 1920s. Buchanan House is the official residence of the Superintendent. The large garden at the rear of the house is the site of many special events. The residence and garden are not open to the public. Buchanan House is named for Commander Franklin Buchanan, the first Superintendent of the Naval Academy, 1845-47, who was later commander of CSS Virginia, ex-USS Merrimack; an admiral in the Confederate States Navy; led forces in the Battle of Mobile Bay; and served as President of the University of Maryland. Dahlgren Hall, the site of midshipmen special events during the year, also houses the Drydock, a restaurant www.usna.edu

open to the general public. Dahlgren Hall, formerly the armory, is named for Rear Admiral John A. Dahlgren, inventor of naval guns and Civil War leader. The Indian warrior, called Tecumseh, is located in front of Bancroft Hall in Tecumseh Court. T-Court, where noon time formations of the Brigade of Midshipmen have been held since 1905, takes its name from the nickname given to the native American figurehead of USS Delaware who overlooks the area. Tecumseh is bedecked in full war paint before all home football games and the traditional game against Army. The original figurehead was carved in wood; and it is now housed indoors in the Visitor Center. It was replaced outside by the bronze replica in 1930. It was originally carved to represent Tamanend, a Chief of the Delaware Indians, but in the 1890s the midshipmen began calling him Tecumseh, after the famous Shawnee warrior and that nickname has stuck ever since. It is also honored with coins tossed at it by students on the way to examinations for good luck. It is affectionately known as the God of C or 2, a passing grade. Chauvenet and Michelson Halls house the Division of Mathematics and Science. The former is named after Professor William Chauvenet, one of the original seven faculty members when the Academy was founded in 1845. The latter honors Albert Michelson, a graduate of the Class of 1873 and the first American scientist to receive the Nobel Prize for physics. Rickover Hall, the center for engineering studies, houses the Division of Engineering and Weapons and recognizes Admiral Hyman Rickover, Class of 1922, the father of the nuclear Navy. Nimitz Library, named for Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, Class of 1905, who was commander-in-chief of allied naval forces in the Pacific in World War II and served as Chief of Naval Operations, 1945-47, houses the offices of the Academic Dean and Provost. It is also home to a collection of more than 600,000 volumes of books and bound periodicals, plus government documents, microforms, multimedia and extensive holdings in Special Collections and Archives. In addition, the Library provides access to a growing array of electronic resources, including more than 20,000 serial titles online. Sampson, Mahan and Maury Halls are connected buildings designed by architect Ernest Flagg in 1907. Sampson, named for 13th Superintendent Rear Admiral William T. Sampson, where English and history courses are taught. Mahan Hall, named for naval historian Rear Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan, housed the library until 1973. The main level has an auditorium, in which the midshipmen theatre group, the Masqueraders, performs. Maury Hall is named for Matthew Fontaine Maury, the father of oceanography. Maury Hall houses the Electrical and Computer Engineering and Weapons and Systems Engineering Departments. Alumni Hall, appropriately named because the Naval Academy Alumni Association raised more than half the funds needed to construct it, seats up to 5,710 for concerts, athletic events, lectures and plays.

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Midshipman Life: Plebe Summer

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nduction Day: 1,200 young men and women stand shoulder to shoulder. As they take the Oath of Office, they become plebes (or freshmen) at the Naval Academy. The experience they will share over the next four years will challenge them morally, mentally and physically. Plebe Summer is a demanding, fast-paced orientation that begins the four years of preparation for commissioning Navy or Marine Corps officers. Physical and mental demands upon the plebes’ time seem never ending, but they all have a purpose: the development of leadership ability, motivation, moral strength, physical skills and stamina—attributes of any outstanding naval officer. Bridging the gap between a plebe’s civilian life or previous military service and life as a midshipman, Plebe Summer consists of seven weeks of intensive training. As the summer progresses, the new midshipmen

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rapidly assimilate basic skills and confidence in seamanship, military customs and tradition, and damage control. Infantry drill, shooting pistols and rifles, and sailing all contribute to providing each plebe the fundamentals of midshipmen life. A rigorous physical conditioning program is also part of the daily regimen. Teamwork and a desire to excel are developed through competition in activities ranging from athletics to dress parades and small unit activities. However difficult, Plebe Summer is a time midshipmen will never forget. They experience both success and failure. Successes are rewarded with commendations, and failures result in constructive criticism and guidance. Making each hurdle brings a feeling of relief that it is over and a sense of pride that the challenge has been met and conquered.

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Midshipman Life: Moral, Mental & Physical

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he rigorous routine and challenges of a year-long leadership development system are unique to the service academies. Complementing other phases of midshipmen training and education, the plebe year at the Naval Academy is designed to test and develop. It is a challenging year requiring midshipmen to stand on their own feet, to produce under pressure, to respond promptly and intelligently to orders, and finally, to measure up to the highest standards of honor, courage and ommitment. Only by experiencing the exhausting rigors of Plebe Summer, by facing the responsibility of leading other midshipmen and by throwing a hat into the air at graduation can one experience what the Naval Academy is all about. The four years at Annapolis are tightly structured: a four-year program is required of all midshipmen. At the Academy, all students are called midshipmen, which is a rank between chief warrant officer and ensign in the Navy. A midshipman first class is a senior, a second classman is a junior, a third classman is a sophomore and a fourth classman, or plebe, is a freshman. The student body is the Brigade of Midshipmen and is divided into six battalions. Five companies make up each battalion, and are the central element of midshipman organization. The midshipman command structure is headed by midshipmen first class, chosen for outstanding leadership and professional performance. Overseeing all brigade activities is the Commandant of Midshipmen, an active-duty senior officer. Working for the commandant, experienced Navy and Marine Corps officers and senior

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enlisted are assigned oversight and mentoring roles in the midshipmen companies and battalions. As a midshipman progresses through the academy, leadership responsibility grows. With each succeeding year, midshipmen assume more important roles in running their company, battalion and the brigade. Midshipmen first class make daily decisions affecting the morale and performance of other midshipmen, teaching them fundamentals of the naval profession and helping them through difficulties. “Firsties” lead through personal example, communication, rewards and discipline and other techniques they have learned in the classroom and through three years’ experience. Under the guidance of seasoned Navy and Marine Corps officers and senior enlisted, a midshipman builds leadership skills. By the time a midshipman graduates and becomes a naval officer, he or she has practiced leadership in a variety of situations and has learned the fundamentals of officership needed for the Fleet and Marine Corps.

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Midshipman Life: Moral Development

N Notable Accomplishments of Naval Academy Graduates 1 President of the United States

3 Cabinet Members 16 Ambassadors 24 Members of Congress 5 State Governors 5 Secretaries of the Navy 1 Secretary of the Air Force 5 Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 4 Vice Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 28 Chiefs of Naval Operations 9 Commandants of the Marine Corps 2 Nobel Prize Awardees 73 Medal of Honor Recipients 53 Astronauts 48 Rhodes Scholars 28 Marshall Scholars 119 Olmsted Scholars 36 FitzGerald Scholars 26 Pownall Scholars 20 Truman Scholars 28 McMullen Fellows 19 Phi Kappa Phi Fellows 22 Rotary Ambassadorial Scholars 13 Otto A. Zipf Scholars 13 Gates Cambridge Scholars 6 John Nolan Scholars 5 Mitchell Scholars

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avy and Marine Corps officers have to make morally correct decisions under the pressure of combat. Developing moral courage as a basis for these decisions develops leaders who will stand for what they believe and do the right thing for the right reason. As future Navy and Marine Corps combat leaders, midshipmen are encouraged to set high personal standards of integrity and character, to respect both subordinates and superiors, and to measure their own actions with how well they mirror officers and leaders whom they respect. Character development and ethics are incorporated throughout every aspect of the academy's four-year program. Character building situations occur daily throughout the Yard, in classrooms, in Bancroft Hall, on watch or on liberty as well as on the athletic field. Midshipmen are reminded that their integrity and honor can never be taken from them. They alone must choose to stand tall and do the right thing in the face of pressure and maintain their honor. Through the study of ethics, midshipmen are given tools for moral decision making.

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Midshipman Life: Mental Development

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he effectiveness of naval officers and combat leaders depends on their ability to process vital information quickly and deal with an increasingly technical battlefield. Preparing our graduates to succeed as officers and leaders through rigorous education is an essential part of the Academy's mission.

In an effort to develop midshipmen mentally so they can excel as officers when they get to the Fleet and the Marine Corps, the Academy focuses on three areas: a professional education that serves as a foundation for midshipmen to succeed in their designated warfare specialties in the Fleet and Marines; a technical education that enables them to lead the high-tech Navy of the 21st century, and the skills to become critical thinkers who can address tough problems and perform under pressure.

limitations, and how best to leverage new technology on the battlefield. This forms the basis for our core technical curriculum—and leads to granting all graduates a Bachelor of Science degree. Naval officers must think critically. They need to be able to discern fact from fiction, question basic assumptions, rapidly analyze vast amounts of information and assess chaotic situations with clear logic in order to make good decisions in the most stressful situations. The Naval Academy provides but one step along a path of lifelong learning. That learning will continue throughout their careers.

A professional education serves as a foundation for every midshipman. To produce graduates for the Fleet ready for specialized training in their warfare community, midshipmen learn the basics of the naval service through four years of classroom instruction combined with the practical experiences of sailing and handling 108-foot diesel powered training craft. They receive practical experience through professional programs such as the Introductory Flight Syllabus that gives future aviators the chance to solo, “Leatherneck” training with the Marines, and Fleet cruises in junior officer roles.

The Academy is committed to providing our midshipmen with a rigorous academic program that will enable them to enter the Fleet as combat leaders. Our goal is to provide the Navy and Marine Corps with graduates who have the basic professional competencies of a naval officer, the technical confidence to understand today’s complex systems, and the critical thinking skills that allow them to develop effective solutions to tough problems.

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he Naval Academy program challenges midshipmen physically so that when they graduate they will be prepared to successfully lead in combat. We want future officers to be team builders and learn how to motivate others to excel. We want them to be resilient when the chips are down and hope is gone. We want them to compete on the athletic field—and ultimately fight on the battlefield—to win. It is important that midshipmen learn about teamwork and how the team as a whole succeeds because collectively their efforts are greater than the sum of individual contributions. Individuals on teams learn to work as a unit to achieve a common goal; in combat teamwork spells success or failure. A great place for our future officers to learn and understand the value of teamwork is on the athletic field. Through intramurals, club sports or varsity athletics, we require each midshipman to fully participate, to play on a team and strive to win. The fundamentals of analyzing an opponent and then bringing their own team’s strengths to bear against the other team’s weaknesses are taught through competition on the athletic field. In order to win, midshipmen must set high goals for themselves and their team and find a way to meet them. Our hope is that by the time they join the Fleet and Corps as junior officers, midshipmen have learned not only what teamwork, determination and leadership mean—but how they transcend to succeeding in combat. Developing midshipmen physically is about hard work, stamina, and physical and mental toughness. Leaders must learn to fight, and never accept defeat, on the playing field or the battlefield. Developing midshipmen physically is an integral component of our ultimate responsibility as we condition our future leaders for combat.

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ommissioning Week is what most midshipmen say they’ve been anticipating for four years. “Commissioning Week makes it all worthwhile,” according to the “firsties” or seniors. Traditions and special events provide opportunities for families and midshipmen to share accomplishments and celebrate their commissioning as an officer in the Navy or Marine Corps. From spectacular aerial demonstrations by the Blue Angels, to parades, dances and the graduation and commissioning ceremony, the entire Yard relishes the weeklong celebration. As the newly-commissioned officers give a final cheer for those they leave behind, they toss their midshipman hats high into the air in a moment of celebration. After graduation, a few more traditions prevail: family members or special friends pin on the new Navy ensign’s shoulder boards or the Marine Corps second lieutenant’s gold bars, and the first person who salutes a new ensign or second lieutenant is handed a silver dollar by the graduate. Upon graduation and commissioning, the career options available to Naval Academy graduates are the broadest offered by any of the nation’s service academies. Graduates may specialize in surface warfare, with assignments aboard ships ranging from guided missile destroyers to amphibious ships deployed in expeditionary strike groups; enter the submarine service, with duty aboard nuclear-powered attack and ballistic missile submarines; fly a variety of aircraft from helicopters and shore-based patrol planes to supersonic, aircraft carrier-based jet fighters; command infantry, armor, artillery or aviation units as a Marine Corps officer; and lead the most talented and highly motivated Sailors and Marines in the world, no matter what career path they're assigned.

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Organization Naval Academy Organization The Superintendent of the Naval Academy, a Navy Vice Admiral, is responsible for the direction and administration of the Academy. The superintendent has several principal assistants who are responsible for various programs and operations at the Academy. These assistants include: The Commandant of Midshipmen functions as the dean of students, and is responsible for the military, professional and leadership development of the more than 4,400-member Brigade of Midshipmen. The Academic Dean and Provost is responsible to the superintendent for all matters relating to the academic program and faculty, and manages the academic program in five divisions (similar to colleges elsewhere): engineering and weapons, humanities and social sciences, mathematics and science, professional development, and leadership education and development. The Naval Academy faculty is an integrated group of more than 570 military officers and civilians. The Director of Athletics heads the Naval Academy Athletic Association, which sponsors and manages 33 varsity intercollegiate sports for midshipmen. The Dean of Admissions is the principal assistant to the superintendent in all matters relating to the recruiting, guidance, and selection of candidates for admission to the Naval Academy, the Naval Academy Preparatory School and the Foundation Prep Program, and for the preparation and maintenance of the official candidate records. The Chief Financial Officer is the principal advisor to the superintendent in matters relating to financial resources, human resources and the operation of a network of campus support activities, including the Midshipmen Store, visitor center, food service outlets and restaurants, recreation facilities and personal service activities. The Deputy for Information Technology and CIO is the principal advisor to the superintendent in all matters relating to information technology, enterprise infrastructure and knowledge management. The Command Master Chief is the principal advisor to the superintendent in all matters serving midshipmen, Sailors, Marines and their families.

Base Support Naval Support Activity Annapolis supports the Naval Academy by providing common base support functions. NSA Annapolis reports directly to the Commandant, Naval District Washington in the Commander Naval Installations Command claimancy, and is responsible for providing effective and efficient shore installation management and support.

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Upon Arrival Reporting In

All military personnel, officer and enlisted, should report to the respective personnel office listed below. At the time of check-in, members should bring their original orders,and supporting detachment documents from their last duty station. Personnel on PCS and TDY orders must obtain a Certificate of Non-Availability (C.N.A.) if both Navy Lodge and NGIS are booked. C.N.A.s for PCS orders will be issued by the Navy Lodge and C.N.A.s for TDY orders will be issued by the NGIS. C.N.A.s must be issued prior to arrival date. All military personnel conducting business must be in the Uniform of the Day. Officer Personnel—121 Blake Road, USNA

All officers reporting to the Naval Academy should report to Officer Personnel located in the Administration Building, Room 108, between the hours of 0800-1300. If arriving after Naval Academy business hours report to Main Office in Bancroft Hall, 101 Buchanan Rd. to have orders endorsed. The following business day report to Officer Personnel with endorsed orders to complete the official check-in paperwork. Enlisted Personnel—15 Bennion Road, Naval Support Activity Annapolis

All enlisted personnel assigned to the Naval Academy should report during duty hours to the Enlisted Personnel Office located at Naval Support Activity Annapolis, 15 Bennion Road. During non-duty hours report to the Main Office located in Bancroft Hall, 101 Buchanan Road, USNA.

Housing Housing Service Center & Lincoln Military Housing, 349 Kinkaid Road, Annapolis, MD 21402 Navy Housing Referral Office 410-293-9739/9731, fax 410-293-2600 Mon.-Fri., 0730-1600 Lincoln Military Housing 410-349-1740 www.lincolnmilitary.com/installations/annapolis

The Department of the Navy Housing Welcome Center is available to meet all of your housing needs. Personnel must first report to the Navy Housing Referral staff, who will assist them in locating housing on-base, off-base or within the local area. For a copy of the Housing Application,

please visit http://www.cnic.navy.mil/regions/ndw/installations/ nsa_annapolis/ffr/housing_and_lodging/family_housing.htm. Military Family Housing on and surrounding the Base is administered by a partnership between the Department of Navy and Lincoln Military Housing (PPV – Public Private Venture). Lincoln Military Housing is the Manager of PPV Housing for USNA/NSA Annapolis. Lincoln Military Housing (LMH) offers a wide array of communities catering to our enlisted and officer service members. Conveniently located on the ground of USNA and NSA Annapolis, homes are just steps away from downtown Annapolis. LMH has 3 and 4 bedroom homes with such amenities as hardwood floors, renovated kitchens, ample storage, garage parking and fenced in backyards. All homes are pet friendly and utilities are included. To learn more, view the Lincoln Military Housing website at www.lincolnmilitaryhousing.com/Annapolis. The Housing Office is offering tours of the model home from Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 4:30pm and Saturdays from 9:00am to 1:00pm. Please call 410-349-1740 to set up an appointment today. Housing in the local area is available through the Rental Partnership Program (RPP) or private property owners. www.usna.edu

Through the Rental Partnership Program families can usually move into one to three bedroom apartment homes, within a 15-30 minute commute of USNA/NSA Annapolis. No credit check or security deposits are required. Lease terms are for one year and rent must be paid by allotment. Personnel must obtain a Letter of Eligibility from the Navy Housing Service Center staff prior to signing any lease agreements with the Apartment Complex Leasing Office. Private property owners also support the local housing market by making their real estate rentals/sales available to military families. Personnel should contact the Navy Housing Service Center, Monday through Friday, 0730 to 1600. Please call 410-293-9739/9731 for more information. Unaccompanied Housing Bldg. 47 (Reina Mercedes Hall, NSAA 410-293-9066; open 24 hours, 7 days a week

Unaccompanied Housing is available for single junior personnel E5 and below. All newly reporting personnel are required to report to the Unaccompanied Housing office located at Bldg. 47 (Reina Mercedes Hall). All others can secure private-leased residence through the Navy Housing Welcome Center, Unaccompanied Housing facilities consist of two buildings: Reina Mercedes Hall (Bldg. 47) and Fuller Hall (Bldg. 46) that house permanent party residents. Reservation requests may be made by the member or sponsor. Geographic Bachelor (GB). NSA Annapolis Unaccompanied Housing can provide berthing to GBs attached to the NSAA or tenant commands only after approval from the Unaccompanied Housing Assignment Review Board (UHARB). GBs should have housing arrangements prior to reporting aboard NSAA/USNA.

Navy Gateway Inns & Suites (NGIS), Annapolis 410-293-3906; fax: 410-293-2444; DSN: 281 Hours of Operation: Daily 0800-1730 Official Holidays 0800-1400

NGIS Annapolis is located on the Yard of the U.S. Naval Academy and has 13 Deluxe and 3 DVQ Suites. Eligibility requirements are: Priority 1 — U.S Armed Forces, DoD civilians, DoD contractors & sponsored foreign nationals on official travel. Priority 2 – Active, Reserve & Retired U.S. Armed Forces & eligible family members, Active DoD Civilians on leisure travel and foreign military personnel authorized by the Installation Commander. Room amenities: HD TV’s with premium channels, cordless phones, refrigerator/microwave, coffee maker, king or queen size bed, sleeper sofa and electric fireplace and kitchen in some rooms. Facility amenities: Guest laundry area, fully equipped common kitchen, ice and vending machine, 24-hour fax, designated parking space, complimentary WiFi and on-site dining facility. For reservations, call the front desk directly or Central Reservations at 1-877-NAVY-BED extension 266, or go online to http://dodlodging.net/. United States Naval Academy

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168 Bennion Road, 1st Floor, Annapolis, MD E-Mail: m_ffsc_annapolis@navy.mil 410-293-2641; fax 410-293-5237 Mon.-Fri. 0800-1630

347 Kinkaid Road, Naval Support Activity Annapolis, 410-757-7900 Reservations: 1-800-NAVY INN or www.navy-lodge.com The Navy Lodge Annapolis provides quality lodging at a reasonable price. The entire lodge was fully renovated this year embracing Naval Academy history throughout the building. The comfortable 48 rooms include fully stocked kitchenettes and queen beds. We now have pet friendly rooms and family suites available to better accommodate our guests; please call the lodge directly for details. Com¬plimentary breakfast is provided each morning along with a Manager’s reception every Wednesday. Eligible personnel include active duty and retired military, reservists, midshipmen, DoD civilians, dependents with I.D. card, guests of military service members, and guests of the command. You are always welcome to sponsor your friends and family as guests at the Navy Lodge even if you are not staying with them. Reservations are made without regard to rank or rate and are accepted within the current calendar year. You may make your reservations by calling 410-757-7900, on at www.navy-lodge.com or through 1-800-NAVY INN. We look forward to serving you as our guest!

The FFSC is designed to meet the special challenges of Navy and Marine Corps life. It serves singles, couples and families, and retirees. The FFSC provides a range of services: • Information and Referral • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Crisis Response Family Advocacy Financial Counseling Individual, Marriage, and Family Counseling Life Skills Education Relocation Assistance Retired Affairs Family Employment Assistance Transition Assistance Deployment Assistance Child & Youth Programs School Liasion Officer Loan/Lending Locker

This service provides basic household goods items to assist those who are without their own household goods during a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) move, inbound or outbound. Loan Locker items include: dish sets, tables/chairs (folding), queen/twin air mattresses, pots and pans, full kitchenette sets and portable cribs and high chairs. A monthly Newcomers’ Orientation provides information on Annapolis Area Complex services and area attractions. For more information: http://www. cnic.navy.mil/regions/ndw/installations/nsa_annapolis/ ffr/support_services/families/family_support_programs. html#par1_text

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society 168 Bennion Road, Annapolis, MD 21402, Naval Support Activity Annapolis, 410-293-9220 Tuesdays, 0900-1300 The Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society is a nonprofit charitable organization designed to provide financial, educational, and other assistance to members, both active and retired, of the Naval Services of the United States, eligible family members and survivors, when in need. Appointments are recommended. For assistance when this office is not open, call 202-433-3364. Clients seeking NMCRS assistance after duty hours should contact the American Red Cross toll-free 877-272-7337. Navy-Relief Corps Relief Society volunteers also manage the Thrift Shop on Alder Road at Naval Support Activity Annapolis, 410-293-4402. Thrift Shop hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays 1000-1300 and one Saturday a month. Please call for hours. Donations are welcomed when the Thrift Shop is open. Customers must have military ID cards.

Fleet and Family Support Center is on the first floor of Bldg 168.

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Legal Assistance Midshipmen Legal Advisor, 410-293-2268 USNA Complex Legal Assistance, 410-293-2268 Legal assistance services are available to midshipmen, active duty and retired military personnel assigned to the Naval Academy complex or living in the Annapolis area and to dependents. Available services include legal advice, preparation of legal documents, contract reviews and notarization of documents.

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Schools Public Schools A variety of schools, both public and private, are available in the city of Annapolis and surrounding areas. A call to District Information at 410-439-5683 will determine which public school your children should attend based on your address. For further information contact: Anne Arundel County Board of Education 2644 Riva Road Annapolis, MD 21401 www.aacps.org 410-222-5000 Maryland Higher Education Commission 6 North Liberty Street Baltimore, MD 21201 www.mhec.state.md.us 410-767-3301 / 800-974-0203 Department of Education Division of Rehabilitation Services 2301 Argonne Drive Baltimore, MD 21218 www.dors.state.md.us 410-554-9442 / 888-554-0334

Private Schools Private school information can be obtained from the State Department of Education in the form of lists of state-approved schools or by contacting the Association of Independent Maryland Schools, an organization that represents some of the private schools in the area. Parochial schools do not require state approval. To find information on these schools, consult our local Yellow Pages. Maryland State Department of Education 200 West Baltimore Street Baltimore, MD 21201 www.msde.state.md.us 410-767-0407 Association of Independent Maryland & DC Schools 890 Airport Park Road, Suite 103 Glen Burnie, MD 21061 www.aimsmddc.org 410-761-3700 fax: 410-761-5771

Midshipmen from the Midshipman Action Group tutor local children through the Mids for Kids program.

Naval Academy Primary School 74 Greenbury Point Road Annapolis, MD 21402 naps.napschool.com 410-757-3090 The Naval Academy Primary School, a private nonprofit organization, offers preschool through fifth grade. The school is not affiliated with the Naval Academy.

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Medical and Dental Naval Health Clinic Annapolis 250 Wood Road (Inside Gate #8)

Medical Homeport and Specialty Clinic Appointments 410-293-2273 (CARE) After hours, call the Nurse Advice Line at 1-800-TRICARE (874-2273), select option 1. Hospital Point for Active Duty, Prime Family Members and Prime Retirees Hospital Point Clinic Hours: Mon.-Fri., 0730-1600; closed weekends and federal holidays Hospital Point Pharmacy Hours: Mon.-Fri., 07301800; closed weekends and federal holidays 24-Hour Automated Refill Line: 800-377-1723 Brigade Medical (for midshipmen only) (6th Wing Bancroft Hall); Clinic hours Mon.-Fri., 0630-2000; Sat. 0700-0900. During duty hours: call 410-293-2273 (CARE); After hours: call 410-293-2273, select option 1. If you have an emergency, please call 410-293-3333 for Fed Fire or 911.

The Naval Health Clinic is a Joint Commission (JC) accredited primary care outpatient clinic. The clinic provides primary care for midshipmen, active duty, family members, retirees and their families as well as providing radiology, laboratory, and pharmacy services. There is no emergency room on base. On-base ambulance service is available for transport to the local hospitals in the case of emergencies. If you have an emergency, please call 410-293-3333 for Fed Fire or 911. Hospital Point provides the following services to enrolled TRICARE Beneficiaries: Primary Care Medical Home Port Clinic, Optometry, Nutrition, Physical Therapy, Mental Health and Health Promotion. Midshipmen receive care in the Brigade Medical Clinic located in the 6th wing of Bancroft Hall. All Hospital Point Medical Services are available to enrolled beneficiaries. For TRICARE questions or to enroll in the clinic please contact the TRICARE office at 1-800-TRICARE (874-2273). Tricare beneficiaries may also utilize the Nurse Advice Line service available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Individuals eligible for TRICARE can call 1-800-TRICARE, Option 1 to speak with a registered nurse to answer a variety of urgent healthcare questions and will provide care recommendations such as how to administer self-care, make an appointment, or visit an urgent-care facility or the emergency room. The Occupational Health Clinic provides medical surveillance and treatment for injuries or illnesses incurred while at work for Civil Service employees from the Naval Academy and the Annapolis Area Complex. For more information, contact the Occupational Health Clinic at 410-293-2009. The Pharmacy Department is open for full prescription services to all military beneficiaries with an active military ID card. 22

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U.S. Family Health Plan enrollees are not entitled to use any military treatment facilities or military pharmacy per their contract. Additional information can be obtained through the local TRICARE Service Center. Prescriptions from civilian providers can be filled from 0730 to 1745 Mon.-Fri. All refills must be phoned in using the automated refill line, 1-800-377-1723, which is accessible 24-hours or on our internet site (http:// www.wrnmmc.capmed.mil/Health%20Services/Clinical%20Support/Pharmacy/SitePages/navyrefill.aspx).

Dental Clinic (Active Duty / Midshipmen Clinic

Services)

410-293-3902

The Dental Clinic is located in 6th Wing, Bancroft Hall. Comprehensive dental care is available for all military personnel. This includes examination and diagnosis, preventive dentistry to include regular cleanings, operative dentistry (fillings), oral surgery, periodontics (gum treatment), endodontics (root canal therapy) prosthodontics (crowns, bridges, partial and full dentures), and implants (single and multiple tooth replacement). Orthodontic treatment (braces) is available on a case by case basis. All active duty military personnel receive a dental examination and are appointed for any treatment needs they may have. Appointments can be scheduled by calling the contact number above. In addition to routine dental care, midshipmen are provided with mouth guards as needed for sporting activities. During working hours, non-urgent sick call runs from 0800 to 1000 and from 1300 to 1400. Emergency dental care and urgent dental pain care is available 24 hours. After working hours, the duty dental section can be reached at 443-822-2254. Retirees and dependents will be referred to seek care at their civilian dentist. For dependent dental care, active duty personnel are strongly encouraged to participate in the TRICARE Active Duty Family Member Dental Plan (http://www.tricare.mil/Dental. aspx). Retired military personnel are strongly encouraged to participate in the TRICARE Retiree Dental Plan (www.trdp.org).

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Emergency & Security Information Emergency Information Please Note: The Naval Health Clinic, Annapolis, is not a hospital. If you have a life threatening emergency such as difficulty in breathing, injury to the head or neck area, chest pain or pain radiating into the arm do not drive—call 410-293-3333 or 911. Your life may depend on this call. Keep calm. Be prepared to give the following information: 1. Your name and phone number 2. Nature of the emergency 3. Location of the patient Naval Support Activity Annapolis ambulances will transport emergency patients to the nearest qualified medical facility. Acute distress or emergency patients will normally be transported to Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. Local medical facilities with emergency room facilities: Anne Arundel Medical Center 2001 Medical Parkway, Annapolis

Emergency: 443-481-1200 Information: 443-481-1000 Patient Information: 443-481-4800 NSA Annapolis Emergency Police/Fire/ Medical — 293-3333 or 911 Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Emergency Police/ Fire/Medical - 911

Naval Support Activity Annapolis Security Department For complete Security Department information please visit http://cnic.navy.mil/regions/ndw/installations/nsa_annapolis/ om/security.html

The Naval Support Activity Annapolis Security Department is responsible for providing Police, Physical Security, Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection, and numerous other functions. Use the following phone list for all of your related needs: Emergency Police/Fire/Medical

293-3333 or dial 911

NSA Annapolis Security Department 293-5786 Central Emergency Dispatch Center 293-5760 Police

(non-emergency)

Fire

293-5760 293-5760

Physical Security

293-5791

Lost and Found

293-5786

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Access to the Naval Academy

The general public is not normally allowed vehicle access, but pedestrian access is normally allowed for general visitation purposes, tours and USNA special events. General visitation hours will begin at 0900 and conclude at 1700 or sunset, whichever comes last. All persons over the age of 21 must have a valid government issued picture ID such as a U.S. issued driver's license or a passport for non-U.S. citizens. Please note that a driver’s license or ID stamped with “NOT VALID FOR FEDERAL USE” will not be accepted as a valid form of ID. Visitors under the age of 22 without an ID must be escorted by a responsible adult with valid ID at all times . Upon arrival, all visitors may undergo an ID and bag check and be screened through a magnetometer prior to entering the installation. Random personnel and vehicle searches will be conducted at all gates and throughout the installation. Commercial deliveries must be properly vetted and routed through Perry Center for vehicle inspection. The Commercial Vehicle Inspection Station (CVIS) is open Monday through Friday from 0600 to 1400. Gate hours are: Visitor Access Center Sun-Thurs Fri-Sat Gate 1 Sun-Thurs Fri-Sat Gate 3 Mon-Fri (Vehicle) Mon-Fri Gate 3 Sun-Thurs (Pedestrian) Fri-Sat Gate 8 Post 5

0500-0000 0500-0200 0600-2200 0600-0100 0600-0900 1500-1800 0600-1900 0600-2200 24 hours 24 hours

Members of the media must contact USNA Media Relations at 410-293-2292 for access to any USNA event or facility. Sports media should contact NAAA Sports Information at 410-293-8775.

Vehicle Registration 410-293-5762 Mon.-Fri. 0600-1500 closed on weekends and holidays Vehicle registration and vehicle pass pick-up is located in the Visitor Access Center at Gate 1 of the U.S. Naval Academy at the corner of King George and Randall Streets. Additional information is available at http://www.cnic.navy.mil/regions/ndw/installations/ nsa annapolis/om/security/Frequently Asked Questions.html. The Visitors Access Center does not issue CAC, military, military retiree or dependent ID cards. These services are provided by the Satellite ID office in Metzger Hall, Room 218, Bldg 168, 168 Bennion Road, Naval Support Activity Annapolis, 410-293-5813. Hours are 0730-1600 Monday-Friday excluding federal holidays. Advance appointments are recommended at https://rapids-appointments.dmbc.osd.mil.

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For more information on all of the NABSD services, please visit www.usnabsd.com.

Open to the Public

Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center

The Naval Academy Club

Seaward end of Halsey Field House 410-293-8687 (TOUR) www.navyonline.com/for-visitors

Main Number 410-293-2611

The Visitor Center houses an 100-seat theater where visitors can view a free 13-minute film,The Call to Serve. Exhibits include Graduates in Space, The Life and Times of John Paul Jones, an original 19th century Dahlgren boat howitzer and a model of the USS Maryland (BB-46). Guided walking tours (fee) of "the Yard" depart from the Visitor Center daily, except for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.

Dahlgren Hall 410-293-2886

Dahlgren Hall houses the Drydock Restaurant on the 1st deck which is open to the public year round. Next to the restaurant is the Midshipmen Activity Center (MAC) which serves as a space for midshipmen events. The Assembly Floor can be reserved for official Academy-approved events such as reunions, banquets and dances. On the 2nd deck, the Class of '53 Reception Area can be reserved for smaller official events and for midshipmen to meet with family members and guests.

Drydock Restaurant Dahlgren Hall 410-293-2873

Drydock is a 150-seat restaurant serving midshipmen, faculty, staff, and visitors of the Naval Academy. Drydock serves deli sandwiches, pizza, grilled and fried items, snacks, desserts and beverages. The dining area has a great atmosphere, as decorations include various types of naval memorabilia.

Naval Academy Catering 410-293-2897/2899

Naval Academy Catering is a full service catering operation that is committed to executing flawless and memorable events. Located in the exquisite 100 year old historical Clubhouse, it includes three banquet rooms: Midway, Coral Sea and Leyte Gulf. The Naval Academy Club allows it's members to entertain their families and guests in the traditional Navy elegance. We also welcome sponsor and corporate events. To provide you with the best customer service, please call to setup an appointment or visit our website at: www.usnabsd.com/catering.

Membership 410-293-2633 www.usnabsd.com The Alley Restaurant in the Naval Academy Club offers patrons an opportunity to enjoy a delightful meal in a Nostalgic Historic building located on the "Yard". Decorated with fine cherry wood and green leather accents throughout; this atmosphere provides a distinguished yet casual setting. Our a la carte menu includes our signature crab cake, our famous cream of crab soup our homemade chicken salad sandwich and the BEST burger in town made to order. Our lunch buffet includes a 36 item salad bar, two soups, entree and more. Open to the public from 11:00am 2:00pm for lunch. Closed on Federal Holidays.

Naval Academy Gift Shop Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center; 1-800-778-4260 fax 410-293-7682; www.usnabsd.com

The Gift Shop is the only official retail store for the U.S. Naval Academy. Quality merchandise is available featuring U.S. Naval Academy, Navy, Marine Corps, and Annapolis logos. Midshipmen and their parents receive a 10% discount at the Gift Shop. All sales are tax exempt, and FedEx shipping services are available.

The Club at Greenbury Point 410-293-4679

The Club at Greenbury Point, part of the Naval Academy Club, offers a relaxed, casual dining atmosphere after a round of golf or to meet with friends at Friday afternoon Happy Hour. The Club serves a light fare menu of sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs, and snacks. The Clubhouse may also be reserved for parties or functions.

USNA Museum Store Preble Hall, 118 Maryland Avenue by Gate 3 410-293-7447

Quality merchandise includes a selection of naval history books, artwork, models and gifts. A 10% discount is available to active and retired military, USNA faculty and staff, and selected USNA organization members. FedEx shipping is available. No tax on purchases. 100% of all proceeds from NABSD services directly benefit the Brigade of Midshipmen.

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Midshipmen Services

Barber Shop/Waves Beauty Shop

Steerage Restaurant

Bancroft Hall, 1 Wing; 410-293-3200

Bancroft Hall; 410-293-2950

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Hair care for midshipmen and USNA active duty personnel only. All customers must be in uniform. By walk-in or appointment.

Cobbler Shop Bancroft Hall, 5th Wing; 410-293-3474

Fully equipped and staffed to service all military and most civilian shoes. Also provides minor leather repair to purses and handbags.

Laundry/Dry Cleaning Facility Main Facility (off King George St.); 410-293-2301 Bancroft Hall 5th Wing Service Center; 410-293-2898

With state of the industry laundering and dry cleaning equipment, the facility provides weekly pick up and delivery to company areas, weekly linen exchange, annual cleaning and summer storage of winter uniforms and cruise bags and provisioning of linens for guests of the brigade throughout the year. The facility also provides services to other organizations supporting the brigade, including medical and dental, food services, barber/beauty shop and the Naval Academy Club. The 5th Wing Service Center is our service desk located in Bancroft Hall.

Midshipmen Store Bancroft Hall, 3rd Wing; 410-293-2392, www.usnabsd.com

Offers a wide variety of merchandise to support the Brigade of Midshipmen, including the world's largest selection of U.S. Naval Academy, Navy and Marine Corps emblematic clothing and gifts. Open to authorized patrons, the Brigade of Midshipmen and their parents/guardians, Lifetime Alumni Association members, U.S. Naval Academy faculty and staff, Blue and Gold officers, and other groups as authorized.

Repair Tailor Shop

A 50-seat facility open to midshipmen during the academic year. Features: individual pizzas, grilled and fried items, snacks, smoothies and beverages.

Textbook Issue 410-293-4056

Sells textbooks and other educational materials to the midshipmen for academic course study and leadership training.

Uniform Issue Center Bancroft Hall, 5th Wing; 410-293-4220/2911

Uniform Issue Center offers dress uniforms to officers, enlisted, brigade and alumni. Issue Center issues all required uniforms to the plebe class.

Uniform Store Bancroft Hall, 5th Wing; 410-293-2906 Uniform Main Office; 410-293-2892

Provides midshipmen and assigned active duty military a retail source for all uniform items. Tailors available to fit the uniforms properly and professional tailoring of purchased uniforms is available.

The Yard Card 101 Wilson Road, adjacent to NFCU 410-293-0414 www.usnabsd.com

The Yard Card is a reloadable debit card issued to all midshipmen. It can be used for purchases at participating locations on the Naval Academy Yard including retail stores, restaurants, coffee bars, Bancroft Hall vending machines, and self service laundry rooms. Deposits to Yard Cards can be made online by visiting: http://www.usnabsd.com/yard-card-account/.

Bancroft Hall, 5th Wing; 410-293-3758 Repair Tailor Shop provides custom tailored uniform tailoring for all midshipmen as well as retail tailoring services to all assigned military and civilian personnel. Also offers custom embroidery services to all.

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Retail Services Navy Federal Credit Union Naval Academy Branch Bancroft Hall, 3rd Wing

101 Wilson Road, Annapolis, MD 21402-5082 888-842-6328 Mon.-Fri. 0800-1630

Naval Support Activity Annapolis Branch NEX Complex

693 Kinkaid Road, Annapolis, MD 21402-1051 888-842-6328 Mon.-Fri. 0900-1700, Sat. 0900-1400

ATM Dahlgren Hall The Navy Exchange and the Commissary are located outside the front gate of the Naval Support Activity Annapolis. Retail services are open only to active duty and retired military and their dependents, medically retired and reservists. Hours of operation are:

Navy Exchange (NEX) Main Navy Exchange 410-757-5870 Mon.-Sat., 0900-2100 Sun., 1000-1900

Includes: Main Store, Outdoor Garden Area, Barber Shop, Beauty Shop, Optical Store, Jewelry Store, and Food Court. Barber / Beauty Shop 410-757-5870, ext. 3700 Mon. 0830-1900; Tues.-Sat. 0830-2030, Sun. 1000-1830

Drydock Restaurant Annapolis Mall Branch 825 Bestgate Rd. Annapolis, MD 21401 888-842-6328 Mon.-Fri. 0900-1800, Sat. 0800-1400 Drive-Thru Hours: Mon.-Fri. 0830-1830 Sat. 0900-1500

Omega World Travel 703-359-8888 or toll free 800-756-6342 3102 Omega Office Park, Fairfax, VA 22031 Mon.-Fri. 0900-1800 E-mail: leisure@owt.net

A full service leisure travel office. Open to all Naval Academy complex personnel and families for personal travel needs.

Gasoline Station

Open for credit card gasoline sales 24-hours a day. Optical Shop 410-757-5870, ext. 3101 Mon. & Sat. 0900-1700 Tues.-Fri. 0900-1830 Commissary 410-972-0049 Mon. closed, Tues.-Fri. 0900-1700, Sat. 0900-1800, Sun. 1100-1900. Early Bird Hours: Sun. 1000-1100, Wed.-Sat. 0800-0900

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Morale, Welfare and Recreation MWR facilities are here for recreational use by active duty, midshipmen, retired military, active reservists, current and retired Department of Defense civilian employees (Civil Service and nonappropriated), active duty Coast Guard, family members in all of these categories, and USNA DoD contractors. MWR may be contacted by calling 410-293-9200. MWR facilities include:

Athletic and Fitness Programs

89 Bennion Road, Naval Support Activity Annapolis 410-293-9211 or 410-293-9226 **The Fitness Areas in Bldg. #89 are under renovation until May 2015; fitness programs and services below are unavailable until then. 'MWR Sports offers Intramural leagues for all DoD, family members and USNA contractors in softball, basketball and flag football.

Fitness programs such as 5K runs, fitness orientations and assessments, personal training and group exercise classes are available to active and retired military, DoD civilians, family members, and Annapolis Area Complex contractors. Fitness assessments and personal training are available by appointment with the MWR Fitness staff or contracted personal trainers.

Child and Youth Programs

Child Development Center, 410-293-9390 Child Development Center Annex, 410-293-9380 Eucalyptus and Gage Roads Naval Support Activity Annapolis, Child Development Home Program, 410-293-9395 The Child Development Centers, accredited through the National Association for the Education of Young Children, are open to active duty, active reservists, active duty Coast Guard, DoD civilian employees, and USNA DoD contractors. They offers full-time child care and developmentally appropriate programs for children six weeks to five years of age with the curriculum based on the philosophy that "children learn through play." The centers provides hot and cold Maryland State Department of Education approved breakfasts and lunches, as well as afternoon snacks. When needed, Child and Youth Programs offers the Child Development Home Program for children from 6 weeks to 12 years old and trains, certifies and monitors DoD-affiliated providers on and off base. In addition, Child and Youth Programs offer the services of the CYP School Liaison Officer (located at the Fleet and Family Support Center, 410-293-2641).

Auto Skills Shop and Car Wash

Billy the Kid Youth Center

299 Halligan Road, Naval Support Activity Annapolis 410-293-3859

354 Alder Road, Naval Support Activity Annapolis 410-293-9396 and 410-293-4998

The Auto Skills Shop is a fully equipped, self-service repair facility located across from the MWR Carr Creek Marina. The shop offers eight bays (four with hydraulic lifts), that can be rented by the hour on a first come, first served basis, rental tools, battery charger, tire mounter, timing light, electric drill, wash tank, grease tank, hoists, engine stands, tire balancer, puller set, storage and professional guidance. Check your vehicle with the “All Data” computer car manual program which contains information on recalls, service bulletins, and make/model updates.

The “Billy the Kid” Youth Center, affiliated with Boys & Girls Clubs of America, 4-H and accredited by the National Council on Accreditation, is located in a newly constructed facility and provides a wide range of recreational, social and educational activities for children from five years old (and in kindergarten) to 18. Programs include School-Age Care (before and after school for children kindergarten through age 12), leisure skills developmental classes, special themed events, monthly birthday parties during the school year, and field trips to area attractions. There is also a summer camp for children entering first grade through 12 years old. Homework help and supplies for school projects are is also available. There is also a teen summer camp. The center also offers a place for children, ages 11 to 18, to use computers with Internet capability, Cable TV and video games. Homework is also available. T-ball, baseball and soccer leagues, basketball and teen weight training clinics and special interest activi- ties are offered to promote, skills, fun and sportsmanship.

A Car Wash is open 24/7 and is located adjacent to the NEX Service Station. Credit cards are accepted.

Carr Creek Marina

Located at the end of Naval Support Activity Annapolis at the mouth of the Severn River 410-293-3731 and 410-293-2058

The Carr Creek Marina offers a wide variety of recreational boating options at affordable prices. Dry storage facilities can accommodate boats, RVs and pop-up campers (no automobiles). Priority is given to those residing in base housing at USNA/NSA Annapolis. Hauling, washing, launching and dry-stand storage facilities are available for privately owned boats by appointment. The sailing fleet rentals include 22-24' sailboats, including four Hunter 22-foot sloops and a 25-foot Catalina sailboat. Rental powerboats include 15- and 17-foot Whalers. Canoes and 1and 2-person kayaks are also for rent. Boat rentals are available from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend. Basic keelboat sailing lessons for beginners are given every weekend by reservation, May through the beginning of September. Carr Creek Marina also rents 32 slips with water and electric hookups on an annual contract basis at the Commander John L. Dunning, Jr., USNR, (Ret.) Memorial Pier on Mill Creek Pier off Greenbury Point. Applications are filed on a status group priority basis.

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MWR (continued) Information, Tickets and Travel Outlet Recreational Services Bldg. #89 Naval Support Activity Annapolis 410-293-9200 or 9207

Discount tickets to movie and dinner theaters, Broadwaytheater performances, concerts, special events, sporting events, theme parks, ski resorts and White House ornaments are available or can be ordered through the ITT Outlet at the Recreational Services Building #89. Special events and trips to local, out-ofstate and international cities are planned throughout the year. Full-service travel agency offers vacation packages, cruises and hotel accommodations which can also be planned and booked through the ITT Office.

Liberty Zone

Recreational Services Bldg. #89 Naval Support Activity Annapolis 410-293-9214 **The Liberty Zone in Bldg. #89 is under renovation until May 2015; programs and services below are unavailable until then. The Liberty Zone offers single and unaccompanied active duty enlisted members a place to kick back and relax.The Liberty Center has high definition flat panel televisions, gaming stations, ping-pong and pool tables, computers with video conference capabilities and free printing. There is also free Wi-Fi in the building and a theater room that plays many of the latest titles. We offer trips, special events, tournaments and a variety of programs for sailors.

Aquatics Program (Outdoor Pools) South Severn Pool 410-293-3033 Two outdoor swimming pools, South Severn Pool (across from USNA Gate 8) and North Severn Pool (on NSA Annapolis) are open during summer months. Swim lessons are available in two two-week sessions. Low-cost family and single memberships are available at the Recreational Services Bldg. #89 and for frequent swimmers. Daily fees and guest fees are available at the pools. For more information, call the pools during the swim season.

Annapolis Campground

Naval Support Activity Annapolis Reservations, 1-877-628-9233 Naval Support Activity Annapolis offers a secluded area for RVs and tent camping. This recreational area has 14 RV/ trailer campsites with electric and water hookups, a central dump station, central bathhouse with hot showers and a primitive tent campsite area with picnic and pavilion areas. Reservations are required and can be made by calling: 1-877-628-9233 or online at NAVYGETAWAYS.com

Recreation Services Building #89

89 Bennion Road Naval Support Activity Annapolis 410-293-9200 or 9201 **The Fitness areas in Bldg. #89 are under renovation until May 2015; programs and services below are unavailable until then. The Recreational Services Building features a full-court gymnasium; free weight, cardio and circuit strength training rooms; day lockers and showers; co-ed sauna; racquetball courts and a game room. Active duty, midshipmen, reservists, retired military, current and retired DoD civilian employees and all dependent family members can use the facility at no charge. USNA DoD contract employees may purchase an annual or monthly membership fee or pay a daily guest fee. Eligible patrons may bring a guest for a daily fee.

Outdoor Recreation Equipment Rentals

Bldg 89, Bennion Road, Naval Support Act. Annnapolis 410-293-9200 MWR rents a 5-foot charcoal grill, four and six-man tents, camp cots, air mats, camp chairs, ice chests, propane lanterns, flashlight lanterns, two-burner stoves, and 10' x 10' canopies on a daily basis, for the weekend or weekly to help you experience the great outdoors. MWR rents mountain bikes, bike helmets and sports equipment such as softball kits, badminton and croquet sets, footballs, basketballs, soccer balls, volleyballs and horseshoes. Three inflatables are also available for rent.

Party Room Rentals & Picnic Pavilions Retelle Room, Retelle Recreation Area Bay Room, Greenbury Point Reservations, 410-293-9200

Retelle Room which accommodates approximately 80 people is only available April to November because the facility is not heated in winter. Retelle has kitchen facilities and restrooms. It also has a brick BBQ with grill, a covered patio and is adjacent to a softball field. The Bay Room, located at Greenbury Point, offers similar features as the Retelle Room plus a pool table and a view of the Chesapeake Bay and accommodates 80 people. It is available year-round with heat and/or air conditioning. Balloon Bouquets with 12" balloons may be ordered for an extra fee, 48 hours in advance for your events when renting either party room. MWR also rents outdoor pavilions at Naval Support Activity Annapolis. North Severn Pavilions A & B are located across the street from North Severn Pool. Retelle Pavilion is located on the Severn River at Retelle Beach, past the RV campground and Mill Creek Pavilion is located near the CDR John L. Dunning Jr. Memorial Pier at Mill Creek. North Pool Pavilions A & B accommodate 96 people and have charcoal grills. Retelle Beach and Mill Creek Pavilion accommodate 48 people. Rental fee and refundable deposit are required at the time of reservation. Reservations for party rooms and picnic pavilions can be made 90 days in advance.

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Religious Services Naval Academy Chapel Blake Road (by Gate 3) 410-293-1100 www.usna.edu/chaplains Located on the highest point on the Yard, the Naval Academy Chapel celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2008. In 2009 the chapel received an extensive restoration, readying it for another century of building a spiritual foundation for the moral development of midshipmen.

Catholic and Protestant services are conducted in the Naval Academy Chapel. Jewish services are held in the Commodore Uriah P. Levy Center Jewish Chapel. In addition, Muslim prayers services are held weekly in the Muslim Prayer room in the Rotunda located in Bancroft Hall. Other faiths conduct worship services in the Annapolis area, with information available through the Naval Academy chaplains or by direct contact with the worshipping community. Sunday Protestant services are interdenominational. A liturgical service includes Holy Communion and is conducted in St. Andrew’s Chapel at 0815. A traditional Protestant worship service begins at 1100 in the Main Chapel's 2,500-seat sanctuary. A full Religious Education program is conducted in Sampson Hall Sunday mornings at 0940 with Sunday school for all ages. On Sunday evenings, a midshipmen-only contemporary service is held at 1900 in Mitscher Auditorium. Sunday Roman Catholic Mass is celebrated in the Chapel at 0900. Religious education (CCD) classes are conducted by midshipmen from 1015-1115 in Luce Hall each Sunday. RCIA classes are held Thursday 1915-2000. Additionally, Sunday Mass is celebrated at 1130 in St. Andrew’s Chapel, and a midshipmen-only Sunday night Mass begins at 1900 in the Laboon Center. Weekday Masses are conducted at 1250 in St. Andrew's Chapel. Jewish Shabbat services are held at 1915 on Friday evenings in the Miller Chapel followed by an Oneg in the Stein Fellowship Hall.

Commodore Uriah P. Levy Center Jewish Chapel Brownson Road, 410-293-8013 The Academy’s Jewish midshipmen meet for a weekly Shabbat Service at 1915 on Fridays in the Commodore Uriah P. Levy Jewish Chapel. Following the service, there is an Oneg Shabbat. High Holy Days and Festivals are also observed. For tours of the Levy Center Contact the Visitor Center at 410-293-8687.

Weekly Muslim Prayer Services are held in the Muslim Prayer Room in Bancroft Hall Monday through Friday at 1250. The Academy's Orthodox Midshipmen meet for weekly prayer on Tuesdays at 1250. Orthodox 6th Hour Prayers are offered in the Orthodox Prayer Room, located in the Mitscher Hall Laboon Center area.

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Supporting Organizations Naval Academy Athletic Association Ricketts Hall, Naval Academy, 410-293-2700 www.navysports.com

The Naval Academy Athletic Association is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization charged with providing resources to support the varsity and junior varsity programs offered by the Naval Academy. The NAAA operates with the guidance of their Board of Control, whose members report to the Superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy. Over 90% of funding support for the NAAA programs is through external sources of revenue (i.e. Blue & Gold memberships, ticket sales, corporate sponsorship, television revenue, parking, etc.). Less than 10% of the operating budget for the varsity and junior varsity programs is provided by the Academy via government funding. Therefore, Blue & Gold memberships are critical to provide our teams with the supplemental dollars necessary to close the “resource gap” between the Naval Academy teams and our Division I competition. Your support is critical to our continued success. To join The Blue & Gold or to request more information, contact: The Blue & Gold 566 Brownson Road, Annapolis, MD 21402 Attn: Sherrie Werner 410-293-8708, Werner@usna.edu www.NavySports.com Tickets for athletic contests in the Yard can be purchased through NAAA (1-800-US-4-NAVY).

U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association and Foundation 247 King George Street Annapolis, MD 21402 410-295-4000 www.usna.com

The United States Naval Academy Alumni Association and the United States Naval Academy Foundation are two independent, not-for-profit corporations sharing a single president and CEO and operating as a fully integrated organization in support of the Naval Academy and its mission. The organization’s focus and core competencies are engagement and philanthrophy in pursuit of complementary and closely aligned missions. The course set by Alumni Association founders in 1886 rings true today as the Alumni Association serves and supports the United States, the Naval Service, the Naval Academy and its alumni: by furthering the highest standards at the Naval Academy; by seeking out, informing, encouraging and assisting outstanding, qualified young men and women to pursue careers as officers through the Naval Academy; and by initiating and sponsoring activities which perpetuate the history, traditions, memories and growth of the Naval Academy and bind alumni together in support of the highest ideals of command, citizenship and government.

clubs. The web site, www.usna.com; Shipmate magazine; WaveTops e-newsletter with the president's blog; and e-mail are the primary communications tools, while value-added benefits, programs and services build affinity to the Naval Academy. The original Naval Academy Foundation, formed in 1944, set out to support athletic programs at the Naval Academy through scholarships, grants and awards. In 1999, the Foundation and the Naval Academy Endowment Trust merged to form the sole fundraising entity for the Naval Academy, now known as the United States Naval Academy Foundation. The complementary mission of the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation is to support, promote and advance the mission of the Naval Academy by working in conjunction with Academy leadership to identify strategic and institutional priorities and by raising, managing and disbursing private gift funds that provide a margin of excellence in support of the nation’s premier leadership institution. The Athletic and Scholarship Programs division is a significant element of the Foundation. This division promotes athletic excellence at the Naval Academy through a comprehensive preparatory school scholarship program and through privately funded grants to athletic and physical development programs for which government funds are not appropriate or not available. The U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association and Foundation are proud to celebrate traditions while partnering with the Naval Academy to sustain a margin of excellence needed to secure a bright future. The organizations are committed to moral, mental, physical and fiscal support of the Naval Academy’s mission. For additional information on the Naval Academy Alumni Association and Foundation, visit www.usna.com.

With a primary focus on engagement, the Alumni Association promotes informed advocacy for today’s Naval Academy and Brigade of Midshipmen among its many constituents—alumni, parents and friends. The Association keeps its more than 53,000 members informed through a network of 100 chapters around the world, 75 active class organizations, and 84 parent 30

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U.S. Naval Institute 291 Wood Road, Annapolis, MD 21402-5034 800-233-8764, 410-268-6110 www.usni.org Founded in 1873, the U.S. Naval Institute is widely regarded as one of the Nation’s most highly respected professional organizations. It is the independent forum for those who dare to read, think, speak, and write in order to advance the professional, literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other issues critical to national defense. Your membership ensures that the Naval Institute carries on its vital mission as The Independent Forum of the Sea Services – a place where free and independent debate may flourish. The Institute’s periodicals, books and conferences stimulate discussion on subjects vital to the Sea Services – and the Naval Institute Blog is one of the Nation’s most respected venues for thoughtful, vigorous debate on naval and security policy. From its headquarters in Beach Hall, the Institute library and photo and oral history archives serve as valued references for military professionals, authors, journalists and researchers. The Institute’s publishing arm – the Naval Institute Press – publishes more than 70 books each year. Its offerings include guides to ship handling and navigation, analyses of defense policy and intelligence programs, and battle histories and biographies. Best-selling fiction is also represented.

DLA Document Services 187 Vandergrift Road, Annapolis, MD 21402 410-293-0801/2692 www.dla.mil The DLA Document Services print shop, located behind Halligan Hall, serves the Naval Academy by providing duplicating, reprographics, document conversion, electronic document storage for output on demand and production and distribution of hard copy and digital information.

U.S. Naval Academy Band 101 Buchanan Road, Annapolis, MD 21402 410-293-1262 www.usna.edu/USNABand The primary mission of the U.S. Naval Academy Band is to provide musical support for official functions of the superintendent and the Commandant of Midshipmen, and to support the Brigade of Midshipmen by performing at appropriate functions involving the brigade. In addition, the band is tasked to perform in support of official functions, ceremonies, and other events where such performances will enhance the morale and esprit de corps of the brigade; support pride, professionalism, and retention within the naval service; and represent the Department of the Navy in a musical capacity that promotes community relations and enhance the Navy's public image.

The U.S. Naval Academy Band supports the Brigade of Midshipmen at a formal dress parade on Worden Field. Worden Field, the official parade field of the U.S. Naval Academy, was first used for parades about 1900 when the construction of Bancroft Hall took over the site of the former parade field. It was formally dedicated in memory of Rear Admiral John L. Worden, USN (1818-1897) in 1912. As a lieutenant Worden had been commander of USS Monitor in its famous battle with CSS Virginia (ex-USS Merrimack) during the Civil War. He served as the 7th Superintendent of the Naval Academy from 1869 to 1874. A son and grandson of Admiral Worden attended the dedication of the parade field. In its early years Worden Field also served as the "stadium" for home football games, baseball, and lacrosse until a real stadium was constructed in 1924 beyond the seaward end of Dahlgren Hall.

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Naval Support Activity Annapolis Commanding Officer 410-293-9320 Deputy Commanding Officer 410-293-9321 Admin Officer 410-293-9322

NSA Annapolis reports directly to the Commandant, Naval District Washington in the Commander Naval Installations Command claimancy, and is responsible for providing effective and efficient shore installation management and support. NSA Annapolis is located across the Severn River from the United States Naval Academy. In support of the USNA mission, NSA Annapolis provides all Base Operating Support for the Academy and North Severn Complex.

Brigade Sports Complex 64 Greenbury Point Road, 410-293-9700 www.usnabsd.com

The Brigade Sports Complex is located across the Severn River on Greenbury Point and is adjacent to the Naval Academy Golf Course. It is home to Navy tennis, ice hockey, golf and rugby. Both the Tose Tennis Center and the McMullen Hockey Arena are open to the community. The Tose Tennis Center features six indoor courts and the Fluegel-Moore Tennis Stadium sports six outdoor tennis courts. The McMullen Hockey Arena is an Olympic size ice rink with public skating sessions and skating lessons. The Rankin Golf Center includes an indoor practice facility and the golf pro shop. The Fitness Center is available for use by authorized patrons and their guests. The latest addition to the facility is the Prusmack Rugby Center supporting men’s and women’s rugby.

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Naval Academy Golf Course 64 Greenbury Point Road, 410-293-9747 Naval Support Activity Annapolis Brigade Sports Complex

Managed by the Naval Academy Golf Association, the Naval Academy Golf Course is an 18-hole university course. The course is open to midshipmen, active duty personnel stationed in Annapolis, Academy faculty and staff, and their guests. It is also available to all active duty and retired military personnel. The course is open during daylight hours weather permitting. The golf pro shop is located in the Brigade Sports Complex. Advance reservations are recommended. A snack bar, the Club at Greenbury Point, is located on the premises and may be reached at 410-293-4679.

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Telephone Listings Academic Center Nimitz Hall 2nd floor...................................... 3-2952 Academic Dean and Provost.............................. 3-1583 Academic Divisions Engineering and Weapons................................ 3-6310 Mathematics and Science............................. 3-6330 Humanities and Social Sciences..................... 3-6300 Professional Development................................ 3-6003 Leadership Education and Development...... 3-6008 Character Development and Training............ 3-1926 Admissions......................................................... 3-1858 Alumni Association.............................. ....410-295-4000 Ambulance or Fire Department Emergency......................................... 3-3333 or 911 Non-emergency Admin.................................. 3-3401 American Red Cross ..................................... 624-2000 Annapolis City Police...................................... 268-9000 Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitor's Bureau......................................... 280-0445 Anne Arundel County Police........................... 222-8050 Athletic Association Ticket Offices....... 1-800-US4-NAVY Athletic Director, Naval Academy.......................... 3-2700 Auto Skills Shop................................................. 3-3859 Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center.............. 293-8687 (TOUR) Bachelor Housing...................................... 3-9067/9070 Bancroft Hall, Main Office .................................. 3-5001 Barber Shop / Beauty Shop Bancroft Hall.................................................. 3-3200 Navy Exchange ............................. 757-5700/x-3700 Brigade Sports Complex (BSC).......................... 3-9700 CAC Cards, Military & Civilian IDs............ 3-5812/5813 Command Career Counselor............................. 3-9838 Chamber of Commerce Annapolis & AA County............................. 266-3960 Command Duty Officer Cell.....................443-569-2180 Chaplain Center................................................. 3-1100 Child Development Center................................. 3-9390 Child Development Home Program.................... 3-9395 Civilian Counseling Assistance.............. 1-800-765-3277 Cobbler Shop..................................................... 3-3474 Command Master Chief..................................... 3-1517

All phone numbers use area code 410 unless otherwise indicated. Academy numbers use 410-293 prefix.

Commandant of Midshipmen............................. 3-7005 Commissary..............................................410-972-0049 Crisis Response (Anne Arundel County)......... 768-5522 Customer Service Desk (CSD) ID Cards........... 3-5812 Dahlgren Hall...................................................... 3-2886 DLA Document Services (Print Shop)................ 3-2692 Dental Clinic (Naval Academy) .......................... 3-3901 Directory Assistance USNA................................ 3-1000 Drydock Restaurant............................................ 3-2873 Educational Services Officer (ESO) ................. 3-3759 Enlisted Personnel............................................. 3-2385 Emergency Police/Fire/Emergency Medical 3-3333 or dial 911 Fire Department (Non-emergency).................... 3-5760 Fleet and Family Support Center....................... 3-2641 Foundation Athletic & Scholarship Programs. 295-4095 Foundation Development............................... 295-4100 Gift Shop............................................................ 3-8125 Golf Course........................................................ 3-9747 The Club at Greenbury Point......................... 3-4679 Household Goods............................................... 3-2286 Housing Referral................................................ 3-9739 Housing Welcome Center................................... .3-9731 Legal Assistance USNA Complex ..................... .3-2268 Midshipmen Legal Advisor ......................... 3-2268 Superintendent Legal Advisor........................ 3-1564 Commandant Legal Advisor.......................... 3-7015 Laundry/Dry Cleaning .......................................... 3-2301 5th Wing Laundry Center............................ 3-2898 Library................................................................. 3-2420 Liberty Zone (Single E1-E6 Center).................... 3-9214 Lost and Found ................................................. 3-5760 Marina................................................................. 3-3731 Maryland State Police.............................. 800-525-5555 Midshipmen Personnel........................................ 3-7000 Midshipmen Store............................................... 3-2392 Mitscher Hall (Chaplain’s Office)........................... 3-1100

The Center for Cyber Security Studies enhances midshipmen education in all areas of cyber warfare. The center provides support for all programs that contribute to knowledge, study and research of cyber warfare at the Naval Academy.

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Telephone Listings Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Aquatics Program (Outdoor Pools) North Severn Pool................................... 3-2082 South Severn Pool.................................. 3-3033 Athletic & Fitness Programs......... .......3-9211/9226 Auto Skills Shop.......................................... 3-3859 Carr Creek Marina....................... ......3-3731/2058 Child Development Center.......................... 3-9390 Child Development Home Program............ 3-9395 Director....................................................... 3-9209 Fitness Center............................................. 3-9200 Information, Tickets & Travel Outlet. 3-9200/9207 Liberty Zone (Single E1-E6 Center)............ 3-9214 Outdoor Recreation Equipment Rentals...3-9200/3859 Party Room Rentals.................................... 3-9200 Recreation Director..................................... 3-9210 Recreational Services................................. 3-9200 School Liaison Officer................................. 3-2641 Youth Center......................................3-9396/4998 Museum............................................................... 3-2108 Museum Store..................................................... 3-7447 Naval Academy Alumni Association......... 410-295-4000 Naval Academy Athletic Association........1-800-US4-NAVY Naval Academy Club........................................... 3-2611 Membership ............................................... 3-2633 USNA Catering ..................................3-2897/2899 Naval Academy Duty Officer.................... 443-569-2180 Naval Academy Foundation Development (Contributions)........... 410-295-4100 Athletic & Scholarships.................... 410-295-4095 Naval Academy Primary School....................... 757-3090 Naval Health Clinic, Annapolis Main Number................................. 3-CARE (3-2273) Dental Clinic................................................ 3-3756 Occupational Health Clinic.......................... 3-2009 Pharmacy.................................................... 3-2273 TRICARE ....................................1-877-TRICARE Naval Support Activity Annapolis Command Duty Officer Cell............. 443-336-2635 Commanding Officer................................... 3-9320 Administrative/MILPERS............................. 3-9332 Bachelor Housing............................. 3-9066/9067 Blue Jacket CafĂŠ (Galley)........................... 3-9120 Navy Exchange............................................... 757-0005 Subway Sandwich Shop......................... 349-2955 Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society.......................... 3-9220 Navy Federal Credit Union Bancroft Hall.................................... 888-842-6328 NEX Complex.................................. 888-842-6328 Bestgate Road................................. 888-842-6328 Navy Gateway Inns & Suites Annapolis (VQ)...... 3-3906 Navy Lodge..................................................... 757-7900 NEX Package Store Naval Support Activity Annapolis............ 757-2120 Officer Personnel.................................................. 3-1558 Omega Travel...................703-359-8888/800-756-6342 Operator.............................................................. 3-1000 Optical Shop.........................................757-5870/x3101 Pass and ID Office.............................................. 3-4018

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The USNA Museum Store is located on the lower level of Preble Hall, 116 Maryland Avenue; 410-293-7447.

Personal Property/Household Goods.................. 3-2286 Personnel Security.............................................. 3-5682 Physical Security ................................................ 3-5756 Poison Center.......................................1-800-222-1222 Police, Annapolis Area Complex Emergency (24 Hr) ..................................... 3-3333 Non-emergency (24 Hr)............... ............... 3-5760 Print Shop (DLA Document Services)...... ........... 3-2692 Public Affairs Office............................................. 3-2292 Public Works Trouble Calls (24 Hr)................................... 3-4594 Radio Station WRNV........................................... 3-4531 Repair Tailor Shop............................................... 3-3758 Repair Tailor Shop Office..................................... 3-3806 Retelle Room Reservations................................. 3-9200 Sailing Center...................................................... 3-5615 Security, Naval Support Activity Annapolis.............3-5760 Sexual Assault Crisis Center Anne Arundel County.............................. 222-7273 Steerage Restaurant........................................... 3-2950 Textbook Issue.................................................... 3-4056 Thrift Shop........................................................... 3-4402 Travel Claims ...................................................... 3-1627 Uniform Store (Bancroft Hall).............................. 3-2906 Uniform Issue Center............................... ...3-4220/2906 Uniform Main Office............................................. 3-2892 U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Assn. .......... 410-295-4000 U.S. Naval Academy Band ................................. 3-1262 U.S. Naval Academy Foundation ............ 410-295-4100 U.S. Naval Academy Gift Shop.................800-778-4260 U.S. Naval Institute................................... 410-268-6110 Veterinarian (Fort Meade)........................ 301-677-1300 Visitor Center and Guide Service........................ 3-8687 Wesley Brown Field House................................ 3-2831 Yard Card .......................................................... 3-0414

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USNA Alumni Association & Foundation 410-295-4000/410-293-4100 www.usna.com www.facebook.com/usnaalumni

Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center 410-293-8687 (TOUR) www.navyonline.com

Naval Academy Club Main Number 410-293-2611 Membership 410-293-2633 www.usna.edu/NABSD

Naval Academy Gift Shop 800-778-4260; 410-293-8125 www.navyonline.com

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Calendar of Events 2015 (All events and dates are subject to change.)

January

1—New Years' Day. Federal Holiday. 7—USNA Classes begin. 16-19—Gospel Choir MLK Day Concert Tour. Jackson, MS 19—Martin Luther King Birthday. Federal Holiday, no classes. 23—Midshipmen Classical Instrument Recital. Main Chapel. 7:30 p.m. Call 410-293-TIXS or visit navyperforms. showare.com for ticket information. 25-28—USNA Leadership Conference.

February

7—Men's Basketball vs. Army. 2 p.m. Alumni Hall. Women's Basketball vs. Army. 4:30 p.m. For tickets, 800-US4-NAVY or www.navysports.com. 8—USNA Band Concert. Brass Ensemble at Cathedral Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD. Call 410293-0263 or visit www.usna.edu/USNABand. Free. 16—Washington's Birthday. Federal Holiday, no classes. 28—USNA Glee Club Winter Musical. "Pirates of Penzance" Mahan Hall. Friday and Saturdays, 8 p.m., Sundays, 3 p.m. Call 410-293-TIXS or visit navyperforms.showare. com for ticket information. 23—Distinguished Artist Series. Tango Buenos Ares in Alumni Hall, 7:30 p.m. Call 410-293-TIXS or navyperforms.showare.com for ticket information. 27-28—USNA Glee Club Winter Musical. "Pirates of Penzance." Mahan Hall. Friday and Saturdays, 8 p.m., Sundays, 3 p.m. Call 410-293-TIXS or visit navyperforms.showare.com for ticket information.

March

1, 6-8—USNA Glee Club Winter Musical. "Pirates of Penzance." Mahan Hall. Friday and Saturdays, 8 p.m., Sundays, 3 p.m. Call 410-293-TIXS or visit navyperforms.showare.com for ticket information. 8—Daylight Savings Time Begins. 13-18—Gospel Choir Spring Concert Tour. California 13-22—Men's Glee Club Spring Concert Tour. Florida Women's Glee Club Spring Concert Tour. Texas 14-22—USNA Spring Break. 25—Distinguished Artist Series. Russian National Ballet. Alumni Hall, 7:30 p.m. Call 410-293-TIXS or visit navyperforms. showare.com for ticket information. 27—USNA Band Concert. Concert Band at Pullo Center. 1031 Edgecomb Ave, York, PA. Call 410-293-0263 or visit www. usna.edu/USNABand. Free.

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27—Spring Organ Concert. Performed by Monte Maxwell, organist, and midshipmen instrumentalists, Main Chapel. 7:30 p.m. Call 410-293-TIXS or visit navyperforms.showare.com for ticket information. 28-29—Safety at Sea Seminar. Alumni Hall. 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Lectures Saturday, Practical Seminars Sunday. Inquire for twoday prices at 410-269-0741 or www.mtam. org.

April

5—Easter Sunday. At Compass Rose 0630. Easter Egg Hunt on Stribling Walk at 1230. 10—Formal Dress Parade. Worden Field. 4 p.m. 10—Men’s Glee Club Spring "Home" Concert. Main Chapel. 7:30 p.m. Call 410293-TIXS or visit navyperforms.showare.com for ticket information. 11—Men's Lacrosse vs. Army. 13-15—Naval Academy Foreign Affairs Conference. 17—USNA Band Concert. Naval Academy Main Chapel. Call 410-293-0263 or visit www.usna.edu/USNABand. Free. 19—Distinguished Artist Series, Men's and Women's Glee Clubs. Spring Oratorio in Alumni Hall. 7:30 p.m. Call 410-293-TIXS or visit navyperforms.showare. com for ticket information. 17-18—Masqueraders' Midshipmen Directed One-Act Play Festival. Mahan Hall. 7:30 p.m. Call 410-293-TIXS or visit navyperforms.showare. com for ticket information. 24—Women’s Glee Club Spring Concert. Main Chapel. 7:30 p.m. Call 410-293-TIXS or visit navyperforms.showare. com for ticket information. 16-17—McCain Conference. Alumni Hall, Bo Coppedge Room. 7 a.m.-5 p.m. 24—Dedication Parade. Worden Field. 4 p.m. 24—Pipes and Drums. Spring Concert Mahan Hall, 7:30 p.m. (Tentative) 29—Last Day of Classes.

May

17-22—U.S. Naval Academy Commissioning Week 2015. 18—Trident Brass, Commissioning Week Concert. Zimmerman Bandstand, 12:15 p.m. 18—USMC Battle Color Detachment Performance with Drum and Bugle Corps, Silent Drill Platoon and Color Guard. (Tentative) Worden Field. 11 a.m. 18—Class of 2018 Herndon Climb. Herndon Monument. 1:30 p.m.

18—Commissioning Week Glee Club and Gospel Choir Concert. Main Chapel. 8:30 p.m. (Tentative) Call 410-2938497 or go to navyperforms.showare.com for ticket information. 20—Blue Angels Flight Demonstration. 2 p.m. 20—Commissioning Week Organ Concert by Monte Maxwell. Main Chapel. 4 p.m. Call 410-293-8497 or go to navyperforms.showare.com for ticket information. 21—Color Parade. Worden Field. 11 a.m. 21—Prizes & Awards Ceremony. Alumni Hall. 2 p.m. 22—Graduation Ceremony Class of 2015. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. 10 a.m. Tickets required. 25—Memorial Day. Federal Holiday.

June

14—Flag Day.

July

USNA Band Concerts. Various Tuesday evenings in July and August. Annapolis City Dock. 7:30 p.m. Call 410293-0263 or visit www.usna.edu/USNABand. Free. 1—USNA Induction Day. (I-Day) for the Class of 2019. 3—Independence Day (Observed). Federal Holiday due to 4th falling on Saturday, no classes. 17—Formal Plebe Parade. Worden Field. 9:30 a.m. 23—USMC Battle Color Detachment Performance with Drum and Bugle Corps, Silent Drill Platoon & Color Guard. (Tentative) Worden Field. 7 p.m. 24—Formal Plebe Parade. Worden Field. 9:30 a.m.

August

7—Formal Plebe Parade. Worden Field. 9:30 a.m. 13-16—Class of 2019 Parents Weekend. 15—Formal Plebe Parade. Worden Field. 9:30 a.m. 18-21—Reform of the Brigade. 24—USNA fall classes begin.

September

5—Navy Football vs. Colgate at Annapolis. Time TBA. For tickets, call 800-US4-NAVY or visit www.navysports.com. 7—Labor Day. Federal Holiday, no classes.

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October

2—Formal Dress Parade. (Tentative) Worden Field. 4 p.m. 3—Navy Football vs. Air Force at Annapolis. Time TBA. For tickets, call 800-US4-NAVY or visit www.navysports.com. 10—Navy Football vs. Notre Dame at South Bend, Ind. Time TBA. For tickets, call 800-US4-NAVY or visit www.navysports. com. 12—Columbus Day. Federal Holiday, no classes. 13—Navy Birthday. 30—Halloween/All Saints Day Concert. (Tentative) Main Chapel, 8 p.m. 31—Halloween/All Saints Day Concert. (Tentative) Main Chapel, 8 p.m.

November

1—Daylight Savings Time Ends. 10—Marine Corps Birthday. 11—Veterans Day. Federal Holiday, no classes. 26—Thanksgiving. Federal Holiday.

December

5, 6—Handel’s Messiah. (Tentative) Performed by the USNA Glee Club and the Annapolis Symphony orchestra, a tradition at the Academy Main Chapel for more than 50 years. Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday at 3 p.m. Call 410-293-TIXS or visit navyperforms.showare.com. 10—End of Classes. (Tentative) 12—Navy Football vs. Army. Annual football classic. Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pa. Time TBA. CBS. For tickets, call 800-US4-NAVY or visit www. navysports.com. 25—Christmas. Federal Holiday.

All events and dates are subject to change. Check the U.S. Naval Academy web site: www.usna.edu; the USNA Visitor Center: www.navyonline.com; and, for athletic events, the USNA NAAA: www.navysports.com.

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Tickets for athletic events at the U.S. Naval Academy may be purchased by calling 1-800-US4-NAVY (6289).

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Hampton Inn & Suites

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2451 Riva Road Annapolis, MD 21401 410.224.4317 www.annapolismdhotel.com

C-16

Key to Advertiser Map Numbers C=Anne Arundel County Map, pg. 51 A= City of Annapolis Map, pgs. 52-53

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Holiday Inn- Kent Island

C-11

1020 Kent Narrows Road Grasonville, MD 21638 410.827.4454 www.HolidayKentIsland.com

Loews Hotel

A-3

126 West Street Annapolis, MD 21401 1.800.526.2593 www.loewshotels.com/Annapolis

Marriott Annapolis Waterfront

A-10

80 Compromise Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.268.7555 888.773.0786 www.annapolismarriott.com

O’Callaghan Hotel

A-2

174 West Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.263.7700 866.782.9624 www.ocallaghanhotels-us.com contact@ocallaghanhotels.com

Springhill Suites by Marriott

C-5

189 Admiral Cochrane Drive Annapolis, MD 21401 443.321.2500 www.marriott.com/bwisu

Westin Annapolis

A-2

100 Westgate Circle Annapolis, MD 21401 410.972.4300 www.westinannapolis.com

Boat Rentals Chesapeake Nautical Cruises, LLC

C-14

P.O. Box 178 Riva, MD 21140 410.353.4850 captsteve@chesapeakenautical cruises.com www.Chesapeakenauitcalcruises.com

Cigars Davidus Cigars, Ltd.

C-2

2134 Generals Highway Annapolis, MD 21401 410.573.1212 800.984.0910 www.davidus.com

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Directory of Advertisers by Category Days Spas & Salons Varuna Salon & Spa

A-2

1 Park Place Suite 11 Annapolis, MD 21401 1.877. VARUNA. 1 410.268.2828

Events United States Yacht Shows

A-8

410.268.8828 www.annapolisboatshows.com

Events & Meetings Chesapeake Bay Beach Club C-11 500 Marina Club Road Stevensville, MD 21666 410.604.1933 weddings@baybeachclub.com www.baybeachclub.com

Crofton Country Club

C-13

1691 Crofton Parkway Crofton, MD 21114 410.721.3111 www.CROFTONCLUB.com

Historic Inns of Annapolis

A-5

58 State Circle Annapolis, MD 21401 410.263.2641 www.historicinnsofannapolis.com

Kent Manor Inn

C-12

500 Kent Manor Drive Stevensville, MD 21666 410.643.5757 www.kentmanorinn.com

Loews Hotel

A-3

126 West Street Annapolis, MD 21401 1.800.526.2593 www.loewshotels.com/Annapolis

Marriott Annapolis Waterfront

A-10

80 Compromise Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.268.7555 888.773.0786 www.annapolismarriott.com

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Entertainment Tommy Gatz Entertainment

Jewelry C-8

Annapolis, MD 21401 410.349.2234 www.tommygatzent.com

La Belle CeZanne C-1

1906 Towne Centre Boulevard Annapolis, MD 21401 410.573.9050 www.visitatc.com

First Command Financial Services, Inc.

A-9

186 Main Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.263.1996 www.labellecezanne.com

Law A-17

121 Cathedral Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.263.8201 www.firstcommand.com

Krause & Ferris

A-9

196 Duke of Gloucester Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.263.0220

Medical

Navy Federal Credit Union Naval Exchange Complex 321 Kinkaid Rd., Bldg. 329 888.842.6328 U.S. Naval Academy 101 Wilson Rd. Bancroft Hall, 3rd Wing 888.842.6328 825 Bestgate Road 888.842.6328 www.navyfederal.org

A-8

34 Market Space Annapolis, MD 21401 410.268.7666 www.blancaflorsilverjewelry.com

Financial Services Annapolis Towne Centre

Blanca Flor

C-9

A-13

Annapolis Dental Associates A-14 20 Ridgley Avenue Annapolis, MD 21401 410.268.9336 www.annapolisdentalassociates.net

C-8

Atlantic Financial Group, LLC C-12 721 Main Street Suite 100 Stevensville, MD 21666 443.249.3311 www.atlanticfinancialgroup.org

Key to Advertiser Map Numbers C=Anne Arundel County Map, pg. 51 A= City of Annapolis Map, pgs. 52-53

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Directory of Advertisers by Category Eyes on Main

A-9

217 Main Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.268.6246 www.eyesonmainannapolis.com

Restaurants/Catering Adam’s Ribs 921 Chesapeake Avenue #C Annapolis, MD 21403 410.267.0064 169 Mayo Road Edgewater, MD 21037 410.956.2995 589 Baltimore-Annapolis Road Severna Park, MD 21146 410.647.5757 100 Abruzzi Drive Chester, MD 21619 410.693.5050

Annapolis Towne Centre

A-10

C-16 C-10

C-12

C-1

1906 Towne Centre Boulevard Annapolis, MD 21401 410.573.9050 www.visitatc.com

Boatyard Bar & Grill

A-12

400 Fourth Street & Severn Avenue Annapolis, MD 21403 410.216.6206 www.boatyardbarandgrill.com

Cantler’s

C-9

458 Forest Beach Road Annapolis, MD 21409 410.757.1311 www.cantlers.com

Chart House

A-15

300 Second Street Annapolis, MD 21403 410.268.7166 www.chart-house.com

Dock Street Bar & Grill

A-8

136 Dock Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.268.7278 www.dockstreetbar.com

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Fox’s Den (Opening Spring 2015)

A-9

American Craft Gastropub 179 Main Street Annapolis, MD 21401 443.336.8739

Galway Bay

A-6

63 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, MD 21401 410.263.8333 www.galwaybaymd.com

Harry Browne’s

A-5

66 State Circle Annapolis, MD 21401 410.263.4332 www.harrybrownes.com

Julie St. Marie

C-1

1981 Moreland Parkway Building 4A–Bay 6 Annapolis, MD 21401 240-882-2369 www.juliestmarie.com

Level

A-18

69 West Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.268.0003 www.lannapolis.com

Luna Blu

A-4

36 West Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.267.9950 www.lunabluofannapolis.com

Maryland Avenue & State Circle

A-5

In the heart of Historic Annapolis www.mdave.com

Middleton Tavern

A-8

2 Market Space Annapolis, MD 21401 410.263.3323 www.middletontavern.com

Miss Shirley’s Café

A-2

1 Park Place Annapolis, MD 21401 410.268.5171 www.MissShirleys.com

O’Brien’s Steakhouse

A-9

113 Main Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.268.6288 www.obriensoysterbar.com

Key to Advertiser Map Numbers C=Anne Arundel County Map, pg. 51 A= City of Annapolis Map, pgs. 52-53 www.usna.edu

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Directory of Advertisers by Category Thursday’s Bar & Grill

C-16

1751 Horace Wood Road Owings, MD 20736 410.286. 8695 www.thursdaysrestaurant.com

Thursday’s Steak & Crab House

C-16

4851 Riverside Drive Galesville, MD 20765 410.867.7200 www.thursdaysrestaurant.com

Vida Taco Bar

A-9

200 Main Street Annapolis, MD 21401 443.837.6521 www.vidatacobar.com

Shopping & Gifts Alpaca International

A-9

206 Main Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.216.9898 www.alpacainternational.com

Annapolis Towne Centre

C-1

1906 Towne Centre Boulevard Annapolis, MD 21401 410.573.9050 www.visitatc.com

Annebeth’s

A-7

46 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, MD 21401 410.990.9700

Blanca Flor

A-8

34 Market Space Annapolis, MD 21401 410.268.7666 www.blancaflorsilverjewelry.com

Evergreen Antiques

A-5

69 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, MD 21401 410.216.9067

Key to Advertiser Map Numbers C=Anne Arundel County Map, pg. 51 A= City of Annapolis Map, pgs. 52-53 62

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La Belle CeZanne

A-9

186 Main Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.263.1996 www.labellecezanne.com

Maryland Avenue & State Circle

A-5

In the heart of Historic Annapolis www.mdave.com

Paws Pet Boutique

A-5

64 State Circle Annapolis, MD 21401 410.263.8683 www.pawspetboutique.com

USNA Gift Shop

A-7

52 King George Street Annapolis, MD 21401 410.293.GIFT, 800.778.4260 www.navyonline.com

Yum Yum Club 1 800.805.2339 www.yumyumclub.com gifts@yumyumclub.com

Key to Advertiser Map Numbers C=Anne Arundel County Map, pg.

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Directory of Advertisers by Category Sports Navy Ice Hockey

C-9

McMullen Hockey Arena Brigade Sports Complex Bryant Road Annapolis, MD 21401 410.293.9700 www.navyhockey.net

Storage Solutions Annapolis Self Storage

C-3

1900 West Moreland Parkway Annapolis, MD 21401 410.268.5120 STORE6543@cubesmart.com www.AnnapolisSelfStorage.com

Weddings Cink Art

C-10

410.647.7637 cinkart@mac.com Cinkart.com

Going to the Chapel

C-9

410.778.4599 www.annapolismilitaryweddings.com

Key to Advertiser Map Numbers C=Anne Arundel County Map, pg. 51 A= City of Annapolis Map, pgs. 52-53 64

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1747 Georgian House Bed & Breakfast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56, 56 Adam’s Ribs . . . . . . . . . . . . .60, 60 Alpaca International . . . . . . . .62, 61 Annapolis Dental Associates . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59, 62 Annapolis Self Storage . . . . . .64, 50 Annapolis Towne Centre . . . . . . . . . . .59, 60, 62, 41 Annebeth’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62, 66 Atlantic Financial Group, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . .59, 62 Blanca Flor . . . . . . . . . . . .59, 62, 61 Best Western . . . . . . . . . . . . .56, 56 Boatyard Bar & Grill . . . . . . . .60, 63 Cantler’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60, 63 Chart House . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60, 63 Chesapeake Bay Beach Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58, 48 Chesapeake Nautical Cruises, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . .57, 57 Cink Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64, 60 Comfort Inn Hotel & Conference Center of Bowie . . . . . . . . . .56, 59 Country Inn & Suites . . . . . . . . . . .56 Crofton Country Club . . . . . . .58, 55 Davidus Cigars, Ltd. . . . . . . .57, 59 Dock Street Bar & Grill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60, 42

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Doubletree Hotel . . . . . . . . . .56, 59 Evergreen Antiques . . . . . . . .62, 66 Extended Stay America Annapolis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 Eyes on Main . . . . . . . . . . . . .60, 50 First Command Financial Services, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 Fox’s Den (Opening Spring 2015) . . . . . . . . . . . .61, 42 Galway Bay . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61, 67 Going to the Chapel . . . . . . . .64, 64 Hampton Inn & Suites . . . . . . . . .56 Harry Browne’s . . . . . . . . . . . .61, 66 Historic Inns of Annapolis . . . . . . . . . . . .56, 58, 44 Holiday Inn Express & Suites in Historic Annapolis . . . . . . . .56, 57 Holiday Inn–Kent Island . . . . .57, 58 Julie St. Marie . . . . . . . . . . . . .61, 65 Kent Manor Inn . . . . . . . . . . . .58, 40 Krause & Ferris . . . . . . . . . . . .59, 58 La Belle Cezanne . . . . . . .59, 63, 46 Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61, 42 Loews Hotel . . .57, 58, Inside Front Cover Luna Blu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61, 67 Marriott Annapolis Waterfront . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57, 58, Inside Back Cover

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Maryland Avenue & State Circle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61, 63, 66 Middleton Tavern . . . . . . . . . .61, 65 Miss Shirley’s Café . . . . . . . . .61, 34

GOLD=Advertisement

Paws Pet Boutique . . . . . . . . .63, 66

USNA Gift Shop . . . . . . . . . . .63, 49

Springhill Suites by Marriott . .57, 56

Varuna Salon & Spa . . . . . . . .58, 58

Thursday’s Bar & Grill . . . . . .62, 68

Vida Taco Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62, 42

Navy Federal Credit Union . .59, 55

Thursday’s Steak & Crab House . . . . . . . . . . . . .62, 68

Navy Ice Hockey . . . . . . . . . .64, 58

Tommy Gatz Entertainment . . . . .59

O’Brien’s Steakhouse . . . . . . .61, 65

Unites States Yacht Shows, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58, 54

O’Callaghan Hotel . . . . . . . . .57, 36

Westin Annapolis . . . . . . . . . .57, 54 Yum Yum Club . . . . . . . . . . .63, 64

Categorical Index Accommodations . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 Boat Rentals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 Cigars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 Days Spas & Salons . . . . . . . . . .58 Entertainment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Events & Meetings . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Financial Services . . . . . . . . . . . .59 Jewelry

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59

Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 Medical

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59

Restaurants/Catering

. . . . . . . . .60

Shopping & Gifts . . . . . . . . . . . . .62 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 Storage Solutions

. . . . . . . . . . . .64

Weddings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 68

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