In 1902, the Navy League of the United States was founded with the encouragement of President Theodore Roosevelt. Since then, the Navy League has advocated on behalf of the sea services to Congress and to the American people, growing into the foremost citizens’ organization to serve and support the sea services – the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard and U.S.-flag Merchant Marines. Learn more about the history and legacy of the U.S. Navy League by watching the following video, brought to you by the U.S. Navy League Headquarters in Washington D.C.
The Singapore Council was chartered in 1994, and we are committed to enhancing the lives of the men and women serving in the U.S. sea services and their families in the Singapore community. The Navy League seeks to facilitate connections and understanding between the U.S. sea services and the broader international community through its events and programming. We, at the Singapore Chapter of the U.S. Navy League, offer a variety of benefits to our members, as well as visiting women and men of the U.S. sea services.
Spend time with visiting women and men of the U.S. sea services through sharing a meal, catching a game, or just taking in the sights of Singapore. Home Hospitality is one of our oldest and most respected programs. Your support matters.
Get exclusive access to tour opportunities aboard the many visiting United States ships and submarines. Learn from the men and women who live and work on board and gain insight into the complex functions of these incredible vessels.
Meet other members of your Singapore community and visiting U.S. military dignitaries and experts through Navy League events and programming. Join our vibrant international community in support of the U.S. sea services.
The Singapore Chapter of the U.S. Navy League is managed by a group of dedicated Board Members and volunteers. Learn more about the people behind the organization. We look forward to meeting you at the next Navy League event!
Mike served 20 years with the U.S. Navy, completing his Navy career as the Officer In-Charge Military Sealift Command Ship Support Unit in Singapore. Mike is Austal USA’s Senior Manager for the Asia Pacific Region and oversees defense and commercial interests throughout the region for the U.S. Navy.
O.J. has lived in Singapore for seven years. A former Norwegian Military Police Officer, O.J. now works as a Security Consultant with a focus on physical security, training, and Counter Terrorism. O.J. is also involved in various charity events through his membership with the 501st Legion. To learn more about his charity work, visit www.501st.com
Ray served 20 years with the U.S. Navy and completed his Navy career as a Military Attaché in the Defense Attaché Office in Singapore. Ray is the Raytheon Country Manager for Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, and Laos, managing all leadership, strategic planning, and implementation of Raytheon products.
Priscilla leads the Government Relations at HP for Singapore and South Pacific while supporting the Asia Pacific and Japan Region which comprises of Greater China, India, Japan, Southeast Asia-Korea and South-Pacific.
Prior to joining HP, she was with the American Chamber of Commerce.
Charlie is a Cornell graduate and Maritime Domain Awareness Expert. As a Navy Supply Officer, he specialized in Operational Logistics in Asia. As a Strategic Planner with Military Sealift Command (MSC) in Singapore, he was responsible for ops in the ``Far East``. His specializations include: Logistics Planning, Sealift Operations, Joint Military Operations, Shipping & Port Ops, and global collaboration.
Joanne has lived in Asia for over 35 years. As Director of FlashPoint Technologies, she focuses on business analysis, requirements definition, and software design. She has experience in a well-rounded cross-section of business sectors, specializing in the telecommunications, financial, renewable energy and manufacturing.