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Commissioning Information for USNS MIGUEL KEITH (ESB 5)

The events supporting the commissioning week are not paid for by the U. S. Government but are privately funded by your donations which are managed by the San Diego Council of the Navy League. The San Diego Council of the U.S. Navy League is an IRS Registered 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization, Federal Tax ID 95-3864195. Some contributions may be tax deductible. The beneficiaries of these funds will be the ship, her crew and their families. With your help, we will provide an unforgettable experience for you, our community and the Sailors of the USNS MIGUEL KEITH (ESB 5).

For more information, please visit www.miguelkeith.org

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The San Diego Council administers the Alexander Kreiglowa Navy and Marine Corps Dependents Education Foundation. These scholarship funds come from a charitable donation of property from Chief Alexander Kreiglowa, USN (Ret). His gift helped to establish an endowment that will help students for many years to come. Scholarships are awarded once a year.

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Commissioning the USNS Miguel Keith (ESB 5)

It's an exciting time for us. We're a little over a month away from commissioning the USNS Miguel Keith (ESB 5). Once commissioned, it will be redesignated as the USS Miguel Keith and assigned to the 7th Fleet. All events supporting the commissioning are not paid for by the U.S. Government but privately funded by your donations and managed by the San Diego Council of the Navy League.

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This past week, San Diegans were astounded by the arrival of the Arleigh Burke class destroyer USS Michael Murphy (DDG-112), flying a huge American flag. It was a stirring sight for all who presented its arrival. Multiple ships were sailing in formation, all flying the American flag (which also is the U.S. Navy's National Ensign). The grand entrance of the destroyer took place in San Diego Bay on February 24th of 2021.

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the monthly breakfasts are postponed until further notice.

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the monthly breakfasts are postponed until further notice.

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