The Lone Sailor represents the men and women who have served, are serving, or will serve in the Navy. He’s called the Lone Sailor, yet he is hardly ever alone. He is about 25 years old, a senior second class petty officer who is fast becoming a seagoing veteran.
He has done it all —fired weapons in war, provided humanitarian assistance in far-away lands, been attacked by the enemy and defended our freedom. He has made liberty calls in great cities and tiny villages where he was a tourist, ambassador, adventurer, friend, missionary to those less fortunate and representative of our way of life. His shipmates remember him with pride and look up to him with respect.
The Lone Sailor Statue is made of high density resin and bonded with bronze. Molded from the original cast sculpted by Stanley Bleifeld, and mounted on a wood base with an official engraved plaque .