Brandon, Veronica
March 2004
Sea Power;Mar2004, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p36
Focuses on the various planned gifts to the Navy League Legacy Society that will help in positioning the Special Sea and Anchor Detail, a special precaution in the U.S. Navy regulations as long sea voyage ended. Naming of the Navy League as a beneficiary in the donor's will through bequest; Transfer of some assets to the organization through life income gift; Investment of the donor's gift of money and marketable securities together with similar gifts from other supporters through the pooled income fund.


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