Navy Club Auxiliary
The Navy Club of the U.S.A. Ships who are supported by their Auxiliary are as follows:
- Ship #1 Rockford, Rockford, Illinois
- Ship #9 Adam G. Stelzer, Lima, Ohio
- Ship #12 Lafayette, Lafayette, Indiana
- Ship #32 Sangamon, Springfield, Illinois
- Ship #35 USS Indianapolis, Indianapolis Indiana
- Ship # 64 Central Wisconsin, Wausau, Wisconsin
- Ship #90 Dubois County, Jasper, Indiana
- Ship #91 Lebanon, Lebanon, Pennsylvania
- Ship #110 Lockport, Lockport, New York
- Ship #245 New Haven, New Haven, Indiana
- Ship #726 USS. Ohio, Van Wert, Ohio
The Auxiliary works with the Parent Body of the Club of the United States of America in promoting interest in the United States Navy through its support of the Naval Recruiting Command and its Recruiter of the Year events held in Washington, D.C.
In addition, the focus of the Auxiliary is the charitable support of Americanism, Child Welfare, Veteran Rehabilitation and Community Service outreaches. Some of these activities include participating in various parades and ceremonies honoring veterans, visiting veterans hospitals and nursing homes, supporting women and children shelters through donations of needed supplies and money, and the sponsoring of many seasonal holiday parties for children. At the present time, the Auxiliary is involved with several projects to support our troops in all branches now serving overseas in various locations including Iraq.
The NCUSA Auxiliary are committed to honoring those who have given of themselves to protect this country. We accomplish this by joining together as 'shipmates' to serve those less fortunate in our own communities.
Navy Club U.S.A. Auxiliary Preamble
In reverent recognition of Divine Guidance, we associate ourselves together, pledging ourselves to maintain true allegiance to the Government of the United States of America and fidelity to its Constitution and Laws. The object of this Auxiliary is to help and cooperate with the Navy Club of the United States of America; to be Fraternal, Patriotic and Historical; to render assistance to the members of the Navy Club of the United States of America and to the members of this Auxiliary in time of affliction or trouble; and to promote fraternal love and sociability within the family of its members.