What Is The Submarine Force Library & Museum Association?
The Association was founded in 1972 to support and perpetuate the Submarine Force Library and Museum located in Groton, Connecticut. The goals of the Association are now as they were then, to promote a historical knowledge of submarines and stimulate awareness, recognition, and pride in the role of the submarine in Naval operations. When the Nautilus Memorial opened in 1986 that supporting role increased significantly.
Donations of $35 or more receive an Annual Membership, Quarterly Newsletter, a 10% discount on items in the museum store, and an invitation to association events such as the annual meeting.
Donations of $250 or more receive a Life Membership which includes everything in the Annual Membership for life.
How Are The Funds Generated?
Monies for this support are generated from membership dues, donations and profits from the Ship’s Store, which the Association manages.
What Is The Role Of The Association?
The Principal Advisor To The Museum Staff
Provides Continuity In The Achievement Of Long-Range Facility Goals
Provides Financial Support To The Museum For Support Funds, New Exhibits, Display Cases, Equipment, And Facility Projects
What Are The Benefits Of Becoming A Member?
Invitations To Special Events
10% Discount On Purchases From The Nautilus Ship’s Store (In-Person Or Online)