One of the earliest forms of Navigator correspondence is V-mail. V-mail (short for “Victory Mail”) was a mail process used by the Unites States during WWII for secure and cost-effective communication with soldiers stationed around the world. In 1943 Dawson Trotman began utilizing this method of communication to pass along updates from the early […]
Rod Sargent Photographs
Here is a small sample of the images that The Navigator Archives has of Rod Sargent. For more information or to use these images in a publication, presentation, or website, please contact The Navigator History Department.
The Navigators in WWII
Here are some images of several young Navigator men and women who were involved in the Second World War. For more information on The Navigators involvement in WWII, please see our post In Love and War featured on this website.
In 1965 hundreds of young men gathered at Glen Eyrie for the famous Whing Ding. The Great Hall at Glen Eyrie didn’t have enough space for all of the conference attendees so the Glen staff got a little bit creative with the seating arrangements, building scaffolding up to the ceiling! The 1965 Whing Ding remains […]
Jim Downing Images
Here is a small sampling of the images that The Navigator Archives has of Jim Downing. To use these images in a presentation, publication, or on your own website, please contact The Navigator Archives and History Department for rights and use information.
Dawson Trotman Images
Here is a small sampling of the images that The Navigator History Department and Archives has of Dawson Trotman. To use these images in a publication, presentation, or on your own website please contact us.
Born To Reproduce
Watch a short video about the early history of The Navigators and how Dawson Trotman became involved with The Billy Graham Crusades: