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What’s needed
to Preserve and Celebrate
Mississippi’s Maritime Heritage?
Mississippi Maritime & Warship Museum
I hardily endorse the concept of the Maritime Museum for
Mississippi in my hometown of Pascagoula. My father worked at the...
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USS LEE COUNTY LST-888
USS LINCOLN COUNTY LST-898
USS MARION COUNTY LST-975
USS MONROE COUNTY LST-1038
USS MONTGOMERY COUN...
Mississippi Builds America’s Ships
Dierks-Blodget
Dantzler
Hodges
International Shipyard
VT Halter Marine
Ingalls
World Wa...
Proud Mississippians
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…build ‘em
… fight‘em
… are honored by them
The Gulf Coast
Military Trail
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Mississippi Ship Connection
2012 Reunions
USS Boxer LHD-4
(03/24/2012- 03/24/2012)
USS Paul F Foster
(04/26/2012 - 04/29/2...
Flint
Shasta
Mount Baker
Kiska
Tripoli
Cleveland
Dubuque
Tarawa
Saipan
Belleau Wood
Nassau
Peleliu
Wasp
Essex
Kearsarge
Bo...
ECONOMIC IMPACT
• TOURISM
Independent economic feasibility study showed a potential of
60,000+ visitors per year to Missis...
WHERE WE ARE
TODAY
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Mississippi Maritime and Warship Museum
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conceptual drawing museum building
Proposed (interim) Museum Site Old Pascagoula High School
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Mississippi Maritime Museum
Pascagoula, Mississippi
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300 Years of
MARITIME Legacy
Mississippi Maritime & Warship Museum
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The Mississippi Maritime and Warship Museum’s
mission is to preserve and promote naval and maritime
history for the benefi...
2010 Activities
• February Visit to MS State Legislature
• March Visit to U.S. Military Museum at Camp Shelby
Contacted US...
• February Briefed State Tourism Committees on progress to date
Met USM faculty and Dept. Heads to discuss joint efforts f...
THE FIRST STEPS
• Completed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with USM to
assist in developing the interim museum’s hist...
• Continue to fulfill Navy requirements and obligations as outlined in the
NAVSEA INSTRUCTION 4520.1B NAVY SHIP DONATION P...
Proposed 200’x100’ (2 story building )
Proposed 1st floor elevation = 13’
Two gangplanks from the 2nd floor
USS Ticonderog...
Wink Engineering’s
Conceptual Concept of
Museum Building
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Mississippi
GI Museum
Gautier, MS
Mississippi Armed Forces
Museum
Camp Shelby, MS
Tupelo National
Battlefield
Tupelo, MS
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PowerPoint presentation made to the committee for the building of a Mississippi Maritime Museum in the city of Pascagoula, MS.

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  1. 1. 1 What’s needed to Preserve and Celebrate Mississippi’s Maritime Heritage? Mississippi Maritime & Warship Museum
  2. 2. I hardily endorse the concept of the Maritime Museum for Mississippi in my hometown of Pascagoula. My father worked at the Ingalls Shipyard and I have known all my life about the maritime history of that community. The history of the area is much more than shipbuilding. It has included the seafood industry, water borne traffic such as lumber, and port activities. The Port of Pascagoula always had ships docked from all over the world in areas as diverse as produce and energy. But the greatest of all has been the quality and quantity of ships built here for the United States Navy. Since before World War II we have built hundreds of ships for the Navy, Marines and Coast Guard, and we still do! We also have NOAA’s Marine Laboratory, one of the world’s finest for marine research. In addition, many ships named after Mississippi cities and counties have been built at the other shipyards. There is broad and enthusiastic support for such a museum in Jackson County. We should preserve this part of our history and it would be a huge tourist attraction. This project has my support and I hope to be involved as it moves forward. Sincerely Trent Lott Former U.S. Senator 2 February 15th, 2012
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  4. 4. USS LEE COUNTY LST-888 USS LINCOLN COUNTY LST-898 USS MARION COUNTY LST-975 USS MONROE COUNTY LST-1038 USS MONTGOMERY COUNTY - 1048 USS STONE COUNTY LST-1141 USS TALLAHATCHIE COUNTY LST-1153 USS DE SOTO COUNTY LST-1171 USS Vicksburg The “County” LSTs Mississippi Namesakes USS BENTON COUNTY LST-263 USS CALHOUN COUNTY LST-519 USS CLARKE COUNTY LST-601 USS HOLMES COUNTY LST-836 USS JEFFERSON COUNTY LST-845 USS KEMPER COUNTY LST-854 USS LAFAYETTE COUNTY LST-859 USS LAWRENCE COUNTY LST-887 4 1898 1944 Today
  5. 5. Mississippi Builds America’s Ships Dierks-Blodget Dantzler Hodges International Shipyard VT Halter Marine Ingalls World War I World War II Korea Vietnam Cold War Gulf Wars War on Terrorism Exploration & Science
  6. 6. Proud Mississippians 6 …build ‘em … fight‘em … are honored by them
  7. 7. The Gulf Coast Military Trail 7
  8. 8. Mississippi Ship Connection 2012 Reunions USS Boxer LHD-4 (03/24/2012- 03/24/2012) USS Paul F Foster (04/26/2012 - 04/29/2012) Nicholson DD 982 Reunion (05/17/2012 - 05/20/2012) USS SAN DIEGO (05/17/2012 - 05/20/2012) USS Wasp LHD-1 (05/18/2012 - 05/20/2012) USS Kiska 2012 Reunion (06/01/2012 - 06/05/2012) USS Iwo Jima LPH2 & LHD7 Shipmates (06/06/2012 - 06/10/2012) USS Tarawa LHA-1 and CVA-40 (08/01/2012 - 08/03/2012) Destroyer Leader Association (09/10/2012 - 09/13/2012) USS Markab (09/26/2012 - 09/30/2012) Return to DD-967 (01/01/2019 - 01/01/2019) USS Mississippi CGN40 Reunion 2012 (06/01/2012 - 06/03/2012) 8
  9. 9. Flint Shasta Mount Baker Kiska Tripoli Cleveland Dubuque Tarawa Saipan Belleau Wood Nassau Peleliu Wasp Essex Kearsarge Boxer Bataan Bonhomme Richard Iwo Jima Makin Island America Vernon County Wahkiakum County Waldo County Walworth County Washoe County Thomaston Plymouth Rock Fort Snelling Point Defiance Spiegel Grove Alamo Hermitage Monticello Anchorage Inchon Blueback Sculpin Snook Barb Dace Haddock Tautog Aspro Puffer Pogy William H. Bates Tunny Parche Iowa Wisconsin Ticonderoga Yorktown Vincennes Valley Forge Bunker Hill Mobile Bay Antietam Leyte Gulf San Jacinto Lake Champlain Princeton Chancellorsville Chosin Hue City Anzio Vicksburg Cape St. George Vella Gulf Port Royal Morton Parsons Spruance Paul F. Foster Kinkaid Hewitt Elliott Arthur W. Radford Peterson Caron David R. Ray Oldendorf John Young Comte de Grasse O'Brien Merrill Briscoe Stump Conolly Moosbrugger John Hancock Nicholson John Rodgers Leftwich Cushing Harry W. Hill O'Bannon Thorn Deyo Ingersoll Fife Fletcher Kidd Callaghan Scott Chandler Hayler John Barry/Barry Stout Mitscher Russell Ramage Stethem Benfold Cole Milius Ross McFaul Porter Roosevelt Lassen Bulkeley Shoup Preble Mustin Pinckney Chung-Hoon James E. Williams Halsey Forrest Sherman Kidd Truxton Dewey Gravely William P. Lawrence Rigel Vega Glacier San Antonio New Orleans Mesa Verde Green Bay New York San Diego Anchorage Arlington Somerset John P. Murtha Bertholf Waesche Stratton Munro James Stone Midgett Kimball Monitor Montauk Osage Saugus Holland Canopus Pocomoke Lyon Markab Arther Middleton Samuel Chase George Clymer George W. Goethals Henry Gibbons David C. Shanks Fred C. Ainsworth Monitor Montauk Galilea Osage Saugus Custer Du Page Elmore Fayette Fremont Henrico Leon Knox Lamar Aegir Anthedon Apollo Clytie Burleigh Dade Mendocino Montour Riverside Griggs Westmoreland Grundy Guilford Sitka Mississippi-built Navy Ships 9
  10. 10. ECONOMIC IMPACT • TOURISM Independent economic feasibility study showed a potential of 60,000+ visitors per year to Mississippi • JOBS Jobs created for Mississippi citizens during construction with long term jobs for museum staff • REVENUE Opportunity for hotels, restaurants and retail stores with resulting increased sales taxes • COMMUNITY project compliments the City of Pascagoula’s river front development and Mississippi tourism efforts 10
  11. 11. WHERE WE ARE TODAY 11
  12. 12. Mississippi Maritime and Warship Museum 12 conceptual drawing museum building
  13. 13. Proposed (interim) Museum Site Old Pascagoula High School 13 Mississippi Maritime Museum Pascagoula, Mississippi
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  15. 15. 300 Years of MARITIME Legacy Mississippi Maritime & Warship Museum 15
  16. 16. The Mississippi Maritime and Warship Museum’s mission is to preserve and promote naval and maritime history for the benefit of community, business and government. • Phase I will provide a 30,000 sq. ft. museum to preserve and commemorate Mississippi, Jackson County, & Pascagoula’s 300 years of shipbuilding history. • Phase 2 will see the US Navy’s first Aegis Class Cruiser, USS Ticonderoga CG 47, brought to Pascagoula’s Singing River and established as a U.S. Naval museum, learning center and attraction for future generations. MISSION 16
  17. 17. 2010 Activities • February Visit to MS State Legislature • March Visit to U.S. Military Museum at Camp Shelby Contacted USM’s History, Anthropology & Archive Departments • May Visited Washington DC to brief our congressional representatives and their staffs and the Secretary of the Navy • June Received an economic feasibility report from Resources Development, LLC • August Hosted a community social to build local awareness and support • September Visited three of our State of Mississippi Museums 17
  18. 18. • February Briefed State Tourism Committees on progress to date Met USM faculty and Dept. Heads to discuss joint efforts for archiving local artifacts and established a cooperative Memorandum of Understanding • August Hosted a community social to build local awareness and support • Grants Started researching and applying for various grants, established contact with Senator Cochran’s office for grant notices • Monthly Board meetings • Quarterly General Membership Meetings • Membership 187 Local Members • Visited USS Midway, San Diego, California 18 2011 Activities
  19. 19. THE FIRST STEPS • Completed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with USM to assist in developing the interim museum’s historical artifacts, data collection, archiving, and developing a theme video • Contacted MSU School of Architecture and received verbal commitment for support of museum’s architectural design and project support. • Continued discussions on the Terms of our Leasing Agreement with the Secretary of State for Lowery Island on the Pascagoula River • Submitted SCOPE Document to the City of Pascagoula to secure a planning grant for both Lowery Island and the interim museum sites 19
  20. 20. • Continue to fulfill Navy requirements and obligations as outlined in the NAVSEA INSTRUCTION 4520.1B NAVY SHIP DONATION PROGRAM MANUAL • Increase public relations activities and begin acquisition of donated memorabilia. • Acquiring interim Museum Space and workshop/storage facilities, with efforts to secure the PHS Math & Science Buildings • Continue to work on acquiring Grant Funding • Seek input from Mississippi House & Senate Committees 20 THE NEXT STEPS
  21. 21. Proposed 200’x100’ (2 story building ) Proposed 1st floor elevation = 13’ Two gangplanks from the 2nd floor USS Ticonderoga (CG-47) Public marina with 77 slips Private marina with 24 slips 30 residential townhouses Wink Engineering’s Lowry Island Site Concept
  22. 22. Wink Engineering’s Conceptual Concept of Museum Building 22
  23. 23. Mississippi GI Museum Gautier, MS Mississippi Armed Forces Museum Camp Shelby, MS Tupelo National Battlefield Tupelo, MS Veteran's Memorial Project Natchez, MS Vicksburg National Military Park Vicksburg, MS Louisiana 8th Air Force Museum Barksdale AFB, LA Jean Lafitte Park New Orleans, LA The Confederate Museum New Orleans, LA The National WWII Museum New Orleans, LA USS Kidd Baton Rouge, LA Aviation Museum Patterson, LA. Florida Camp Blanding Museum Starke, FL Civil War Soldiers Museum Pensacola, FL Florida Military Aviation Museum Clearwater, FL Flying Tigers Warbird Museum Kissimmee, FL International Sport Aviation Museum Lakeland, FL National Museum of Naval Aviation Pensacola, Florida SS American Victory Tampa, FL UDT SEAL Museum Ft. Pierce, FL USAF Armament Museum Eglin Air Force Base, FL Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum Titusville, FL Weeks Air Museum Miami, FL Alabama Air Force Enlisted Heritage Hall Maxwell AFB, AL Army Aviation Museum Fort Rucker, AL Southern Museum of Flight Birmingham, AL Warrant Officer Museum Fort Rucker, AL US Space and Rocket Center Huntsville, AL USS Alabama Mobile, AL 36601 US Army Aviation Museum Fort Rucker Ozark, AL Arkansas Arkansas Air Museum Fayetteville, AR Arkansas National Guard Museum Little Rock, AR Georgia Andersonville National Historic Site Andersonville, GA Fort Frederica National Monument St. Simons Island, GA Fort Pulaski Savannah, GA Eighth Air Force Heritage Museum Pooler, GA Museum of Aviation Warner Robins AFB, GA National Infantry Museum Fort Benning, GA Columbus Civil War Naval Center Columbus, GA Signal Regiment Museum Fort Gordon, GA St. Marys Submarine Museum St. Marys, GA Texas 1st Cavalry Division Museum Fort Hood, TX American Airpower Museum Midland, Texas Battleship USS Texas La Porte, Texas Cavanaugh Flight Museum Addison, TX Flight of the Phoenix Museum Gilmer, Texas Fort Bliss Museum Fort Bliss, TX Frontiers of Flight Museum Dallas, TX Fort Sam Houston Museum Fort Sam Houston, TX Lone Star Flight Museum Galveston, TX Military Museum of Texas Houston, Texas American G.I. Museum College Station, TX Silent Wings Museum Terrell, Texas South Texas War Memorial and Heritage Foundation Orange, TX Southwest Aerospace Museum Fort Worth TX Texas Air Museum Rio Hondo, TX Texas Military Forces Museum Austin, TX US Army Medical Museum Fort Sam Houston, TX US Army NCO Museum Biggs Army Airfield (El Paso), TX USS Cavalla Galveston, TX USS Lexington Corpus Christi, Texas Vintage Flying Museum Fort Worth TX National Museum of the Pacific War Fredericksburg TX Military Museums in the Southern States 23
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