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As was the case with Rome, Navy Federal Credit Union wasn’t built in a day. However, today is a moment worth celebrating; we hit a milestone few organizations can claim – we are 8 million members strong!

From 7 members in 1933 to 8 million today, thank you for sharing us with your platoon, your mom and your kids. We’re proud you chose us to help you reach your life’s missions, and to advance your financial goals.

Without our members’ loyalty, none of this could have ever been possible. By serving all the branches of the armed forces, the Department of Defense, veterans and their families, we’re growing every single day!

This growth is derived in large part because of the continued support of our members. Sharing the gift of membership with your family and advocating on our behalf has allowed us to offer the exceptional products, services, rates and fee-free accounts that make Navy Federal the preferred financial institution for men and  women in uniform, and their families – there really is strength in numbers.

We also recognize this support cannot be taken for granted.  We are committed to providing award-winning customer service 24/7, and to making sure our members reap the most benefits from banking with us.  In fact, our members, on average, earn and save $250 more per year1 than if they had banked with another institution. We have even adopted a new motto: Our Members Are the Mission!

So no matter how large we grow, if you ever have any questions or concerns about your membership or any of our products or services, or just want to celebrate with us, feel free to reach out – we love hearing from our members!

1Dollar value shown represents the results of the 2017 Navy Federal’s Member Giveback Study. The Member Giveback study is an internal comparative market analysis of Navy Federal’s loan and deposit account rates as compared to the national average for similar products.

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