About the Club

History

The Army and Navy Club traces its roots to December 1885 when seven Army, Navy and Marine Corps veterans of the Mexican and Civil wars met to form the United Service Club. In 1891 the Club was reincorporated as The Army and Navy Club, and on October 15, 1891, the Board of Governors held its first meeting. 97 years later on January 12, 1988, after an extensive renovation, the Club was formally dedicated by President Ronald W. Reagan.

About the Club

The Army and Navy Club is a 5-star private, not for profit Club that provides a wide range of services to its members and their guests. The Club celebrates the customs of its rich military traditions while offering the facilities and amenities needed to satisfy the modern professional. It is valued by its members as a showplace of timeless elegance and prestige and recognized for its exceptional dining and hospitality.