History of Diving Museum

Mercy, Love and Grace! The Story of Force Blue

Exhibits and Museum Store
Open Daily 10am - 5pm 
Don't drive by, dive in!


Tuesday | Aug 21st | 8PM 

Doors open at 7:30pm

Join the Special Operations Combat Veterans of Force Blue for the premier of their new documentary Mercy, Love and Grace: The Story of Force Blue and participate in a meet & greet with the team.

Force Blue is a nonprofit organization. 
​Their mission is “to unite the community of Special Operations veterans with the world of marine conservation for the betterment of both”. Their goal is to show the world how important it is to protect our underwater ecosystems. Force Blue has brought their Team 2 for training here in the Florida Keys August 11-25.  They will be working closely with Coral Restoration Foundation to become proficient in restoration methods, as well as other agencies such as Mote Marine Lab Center for Tropical Research. 
The History of Diving Museum, will be hosting the members of Force Blue Team 2 and their staff for an evening of diving history and the premier of their new film. The team members will enjoy a private, catered dinner provided by Lonestar BBQ.  They will then receive a personal tour through the Museum’s exhibits to gain an appreciation of the vast history surrounding diving and how it affects us today and in the future. This special evening is made possible through a generous donation from David and Patti Gross who work closely with both the Museum and Coral Restoration Foundation. 
Following the group’s private events, HDM will open its doors to the public for a premier of Force Blue’s new documentary, Mercy, Love, and Grace: The Story of Force Blue.  Doors open at 7:30 and the film will begin at 8:00 pm. After the film concludes, there will be time for Q&A as well as a meet & greet with the members of Team 2.

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