SEAL Team Ocean Reef is a special group who host SEALs in their homes when they are on the Reef and patriotically support the fine programs that support the Navy SEAL Community. Members of SEAL Team Ocean Reef have personal interaction with the Navy SEAL Community, including Medal of Honor recipients, throughout the Ocean Reef season, and enjoy VIP access to the National Navy SEAl-UDT Museum, events in Napa, Pebble Peach, Mar Largo, and many of the finest clubs around the country.


Defined by a proud heritage rooted in World War II, the Navy SEALs are a model of versatility, executing unconventional warfare, special reconnaissance, and counterterrorism missions. Their lineage descends from Naval Combat Demolition Units, maritime commando units specially organized in 1942 for the Allied invasion of Normandy. A persistent need for such unique capabilities transformed Naval Combat Demolition Units of Normandy into the Underwater Demolition Teams. Ultimately, as the need for unconventional warfare intensified, U.S. military leaders forged ahead with the creation of naval fighting units with the capability to strike from Sea, Air, and Land, giving rise to the modern-day Navy SEAL in 1962.

Join SEAL Team Ocean Reef

The Canine Project

“We are often asked the question
There are several ways your help would be extremely appreciated”
—Mike Thornton, USN SEAL (RET.) CMOH
Trident House
Trident House Program
Family Support Program
Family Support Program
K9 Project
Scholarship Program

When you contribute to the Navy SEALs you can assign your tax-deductible donation to any of the Trident House Charity Programs. Please make checks payable to the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum.
A 501(c)(3) Non-Profit

To make a contribution contact Rick Kaiser Executive Director, National Navy UDT-SEAL MUSEUM

(772) 595-5845 ext. 205

SEAL Team Ocean Reef

I want to personally thank each and every one of you for your continued support to the National Navy SEAL museum.   Your generosity makes my mission of preserving the history and heritage of the Navy SEALs, honoring our fallen at the Navy SEAL Memorial and caring for our families through the Trident House Charities program that much easier.  Since January of 2017 we have hosted over ten families to include two Gold Star families at the Trident House.   We have sponsored a Navy SEAL Master Chief’s child in need of special autism treatment and donated to the US Southern Command Special Operations Memorial located in your neck of the woods at Homestead Air Reserve Base.  We are also in the process of collecting scholarship packages from deserving Special Ops children in both the US Navy and US Army and will give out over 100K  this year.  And the list goes on.  We are keeping busy up here in FT. Pierce and if you get a chance to come visit us I know you will be proud not only of the Museum, but also of the things your donations allow us to support.  Thank You.

Rick Kaiser
Executive Director
Navy SEAL Museum


“Brave men have fought and died building the proud tradition and feared reputation that I am bound to uphold. In the worst of conditions, the legacy of my teammates steadies my resolve and silently guides my every deed. I will not fail.”

The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum is the only museum dedicated solely to the collection, preservation, and interpretation of materials—objects, images, and publications—that document the United States Navy Underwater Demolition Teams, Scouts & Raiders, Naval Combat Demolition Units, Office of Strategic Maritime Units, and SEALs. In Fort Pierce, Florida, birthplace of the Navy Frogman, The Museum promotes public education by offering visitors the opportunity to explore Navy SEAL history in an atmosphere of respect and honor.