Navy Yard may refer to:
- Boston Navy Yard, Massachusetts
- Brooklyn Navy Yard, the New York Naval Shipyard
- Charleston Navy Yard, South Carolina
- San Francisco Naval Shipyard, California
- Mare Island Naval Shipyard, California
- Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Virginia
- Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, Pennsylvania
- Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Maine
- Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Washington state
- Washington Navy Yard
- Navy Yard (Washington Metro), a Metro station in Washington DC
- Navy Yard/Near Southeast, the neighborhood around the Washington Navy Yard and served by the Metro station of the same name.
Other articles related to "navy yard, navy":
... formerly used by naval officers in the New York City borough of Brooklyn at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and owned by the National Guard ... Navy closed the original Navy Yard in the mid-1960s, it continued to house some personnel in the officers’ houses until the mid-1970s ... Although Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation president Andrew Kimball has claimed that the residences have been damaged beyond repair by the elements, the report prepared by the United ...
31, 1936, at the Charleston Naval Shipyard (Charleston Navy Yard) in North Charleston, S.C ... when fourteen Navy Shipyard workers each contributed $5 (for a total investment of $70) to create the Navy Yard Employees Credit Union ... Federal Credit Union when its field of membership expanded to include Navy personnel who worked at the Navy Yard or were stationed/home-ported at the naval base ...
... The consolidation of Naval Sea Systems Command headquarters operations at the Navy Yard campus ... In 1799, the Washington Navy Yard was established in the area and for several decades was the nation’s largest naval shipbuilding facility ... Today, the Washington Navy Yard is the Navy's longest continuously operated Federal facility ...
70,000 workers during World War II, the Brooklyn Navy Yard remained dormant, finally sold to New York City by the federal government in 1967 for $24,000,0 ... New York City reopened the Brooklyn Navy Yard as an industrial park in 1971 ... largest television and movie production facility sitting on 20 of the Navy Yard's nearly 300 acres ...
Famous quotes containing the words yard and/or navy:
“For this your mother sweated in the cold,
For this you bled upon the bitter tree:
A yard of tinsel ribbon bought and sold;
A paper wreath; a day at home for me.”
—Edna St. Vincent Millay (18921950)
“There were gentlemen and there were seamen in the navy of Charles the Second. But the seamen were not gentlemen; and the gentlemen were not seamen.”
—Thomas Babington Macaulay (18001859)