Navy Merchandise and Class Rings

Navy Gifts and Merchandise

Show your Navy, USNA and class spirit. The perfect gifts for every occasion. Be sure to scroll down to see all four shops: Distinctive Gifts, Apparel, USNA & Class Crest Collection and Diploma Displays, as well as any specials we currently are promoting.

M. LaHart and Company: gifts of distinction made exclusively for USNA alumni, family and friends.

Apparel: polos, vests, caps and more.

USNA & Class Crest Collection

Beautiful handcrafted tables, jewelry, glassware, desk items, napkins, notecards and more.

Diploma Display: protect your diploma and commissioning certificates. Great options, easy to install.

Affinity Shopping

Amazon Affinity
When you shop through the Alumni Association and Foundation Amazon partnership, Amazon will provide a 4-8% share of your order total to our organization. It's easy!

Register of Alumni

The U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association and Harris Connect/Harris Publishing Company work together to publish the Register of Alumni every five years. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Sandy Spadaro at 410-295-4076 or email.

Lucky Bag of Books

Looking for a good book to read? Lucky Bag of Books is a varied collection of fiction and non-fiction books, some written by alumni, some are about alumni and subjects of interest including children's books. When you purchase through the Alumni Association and Foundation partnership with Amazon, they will provide a 4-8% share of your order total to our organization.

Class Rings

Tradition and pride are in every USNA ring. Near the end of their Plebe year, 4/c midshipmen design their class crest that becomes a significant part of their rings, a custom that started with the Class of 1869.

Every year, a contract is signed with one company to create that year's rings. The jeweler who wins the contract is also the only one who may reproduce rings. On occasion, other jewelers who bid for the contract that class year may make crest pins and/or miniatures. Naval Academy rings are to be owned solely by Naval Academy graduates and the families of deceased graduates. Jewelers are under contract not to make rings for non-graduates and collectors.

Ring and Ring Donations

Lost or Stolen Rings


Booma Ring Stories