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The weather is sure going to change tonight here in D.C. Anybody else feel this way? Introducing a new weekly series, NHF Memes.  Follow, share, or repost if you’d like to see more. 

The weather is sure going to change tonight here in D.C. Anybody else feel this way? Introducing a new weekly series, NHF Memes.  Follow, share, or repost if you’d like to see more. 

Yesterday was National Sibling Day. Can you think of some siblings that have served in the U.S. Navy? Pictured below are the Sullivan Brothers (Joseph, Francis, Albert, Madison and George Sullivan (from left to right)) who were all lost aboard USS Juneau during WWII.

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NATIONAL HARBOR, MD (April 7, 2014) A patron at the 2014 Sea Air Space Conference looks at the Naval History & Heritage Command's new and exciting display. Check out their great display at the Expo today and tomorrow! (Photo by Matthew Eng/Released) #sas2014 #nhhc
The Tournament is OVER! Thanks to everyone who played! We had an overwhelming response for the finals, but the USS Constitution toppled the USS Enterprise in voting, 265-43. What a game. Here is a shot of the Constitution’s “Team Captains” celebrating their victory. All team members were one-time Constitution Commanding Officers. Look for more fun like this soon on our Facebook page, and thanks for playing! Let us know what you thought of the tournament. (Original Photo from the Associated Press

THE FINAL BRACKET IS HERE. It is the Constitution vs. the USS Enterprise (CV-6).  Both ships are considered to be the greatest ships in the history of the USN.  But which one will prevail?  Vote in the comment section below by midnight!  Happy voting!  We will crown a champion tomorrow! 

The FINAL FOUR of our bracket challenge is here! Time to vote for the Constitution (Region 1 Winner), Olympia (Region 2 Winner), Enterprise (Region 3 Winner), or Nautilus (Region 4 Winner). Voting ends once again at midnight tonight. We decided to speed things up a bit, since the NCAA Tournament ends over a week away! Voting for the final four will be today, with the final match tomorrow! Happy Voting!

Elite 8 Round 2! The Constitution and Olympia move on! Who will move on in today’s bracket! Same rules apply as before - Make sure to vote in the comment section below by midnight and tell all your friends to join in on the fun. Happy Voting! You can go to our site for more information and a full bracket view.