National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum
Learn about one of the most unique covert military groups in the world while in Port St. Lucie, Florida. Visit the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum to learn about what makes Underwater Demolition Teams and the Sea, Air and Land teams run by the Navy so important to the country.
After reaching the main inlet on the eastern end of the City of Port St. Lucie, observe the massive memorial dedicated to Navy SEALs who have died in the line of duty. Look at the massive bronze statue and the large reflecting wall listing the many SEALs who died as they served their country.
See many vehicles that were used in many military conflicts. Look at old boats used during the Korean and Vietnam Wars. Check out the vehicles that have been used by SEALs around Kuwait and Afghanistan including a few patrol boats.
Many other artifacts relating to SEAL operations can be found around the Port St. Lucie, FL museum. See a few training devices that were crafted for Apollo space missions including some water vehicles used in recovery projects. Look at the Alabama Maersk lifeboat that SEALs used when rescuing members of a freighter that was held hostage by Somali pirates.