The Navy SEAL Museum’s Trident House is a respite home on the peaceful waterfront in Sebastian, FL. Serving as a critical and complimentary reprieve for active duty Special Operations Forces, or for the families of US Navy SEALs who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty, the Trident House offers a peaceful sanctuary for those looking to reconnect and restore relationships.
Family Support is no small feat when it comes to supporting additional or unexpected necessities of our military. Active Duty and veterans and their families have varying needs, from medical and dental costs to academic and domestic expenditures. Our program ensures funding to families who require it most, filling in the gaps where Federal funding is not available.
Partnering with Baden K-9 in Ontario, Canada, the Navy SEAL Museum has donated multiple working dogs to veterans of the Special Operations community. This unique project creates an effective platform to help veterans assimilate back into civilian life. The bond between elite operator and elite dog provides the purpose and fellowship these men require, similar to what they experienced in training and combat.
If you would like to create or underwrite a Navy SEAL Up Close & Personal event for your club, business or community, your help would be more than welcome. This would represent a significant level of support for the SEAL Community. And, we would be happy to coordinate it.