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SOCIAL NETWORKING: Guidelines For NLUS Facebook And Twitter Submission

Safe and Responsible Personal Use of Social Media
(Rhumb Lines, September 16, 2010)

Navy League History Project

ITC DATES TO REMEMBER
NEXT CONFERENCE CALL
Thursday, June 12, 2014 @ 1400 (Eastern)
Email Jim Semerad For Info & Access


IT Committee Looks to Boost
Council Presence on the Web

(SEAPOWER, April 2006)

NLUS OFFICIAL
HQ Website


Sea Power Magazine - Current Issue
Alternate Version

Navy League Sea Air Space Exposition
NAVY SHIP COMMISSIONINGS, NAVY LEAGUE COUNCILS & REGIONS, SEA CADET UNITS
Looking For Help With Your Website?
(Special Events Too!)
See The List Of NLUS-Approved Web Service Providers For Pricing and Features
SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE NAVY
National Navy League Convention
October 29, 2011
VIEW IT HERE
(4.5MB PowerPoint File)

DO IT YOURSELF
COUNCIL WEBSITES

At Low Or No Financial Cost
Western Connecticut Council
VIEW IT HERE
(1.5MB PDF)
The Navy League Information Technology Committee is working with National Navy League to update your Council Information at the Council Locator.  Please take a moment to review your information and submit your updates.

You can find your Council's current information on the
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Send Council Updates To service@navyleague.org

2013 DONALD M. MACKIE AWARD PROGRAM WINNERS
The Donald M. Mackie Awards were established in 1964 to encourage more effective communication between Navy Leaguers.  The award is named for Donald M. Mackie, an instrumental figure in establishing "Navy - The Magazine of Sea Power," now known as “SEAPOWER”.
Donald M. Mackie Awards
Submission Instructions


2013 SUBMISSION DEADLINES
Newsletter: February 14, 2014
Website: February 14, 2014

More Info

The award honors excellence in both print and web-based communication.  The website category was added in 2007 to better represent present and future communication standards.

Judges are chosen based on their expertise in journalism, design and web publishing or a related field.  We receive many qualified submissions each year, and would like to thank all councils that have participated.  Keep up the great work!
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