The All-Inclusive Hispanic/Latino(a) Leaders Resource Group for all Ranks of the U.S. Maritime Services!
Founded in 1981 by the first Secretary of the Navy of Hispanic descent, the Honorable Eduardo Hidalgo, the Association of Naval Services Officers has long served as a mentoring and career development focused organization.
In addition to supporting outreach within America’s underserved communities, ANSO directly supports Hispanic/Latino(a) members in their decision to remain in their respective services and also help those who separate or retire find outside employment through its extensive network.
Learn More About ANSO
ANSO is a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to the recruitment, retention and promotion of Hispanics and Latinos across all ranks of the United States Sea Services. Our Core Values: Leadership, Excellence, …
Why Join ANSO
Make a Difference No matter your background, whether you are military or civilian, officer or enlisted, you can help spread the word about ANSO to our Hispanic youth, educators and …
We execute our mission through our chapters around the world. Reach our to your Nearest chapter leadership today to find out what membership in ANSO can do for your career in the Navy, Marines, Coast Guard or Merchant Marines.
News & Announcements
ANSO President 2023 ERS Message
CAPT Roy Love, USN (Ret) invites everyone to the upcoming Eastern Region Symposium. Participation can be in person or virtually. Register today!
Memorial Day 2023 / May 2023 Message
Memorial Day 2023 / En Familia, May 2023 As we approach Memorial Day and take time to remember and honor service members who sacrificed their lives to defend our rights …
March 2023 Message
En Familia, March 2023 Women’s History Month began as a single week (the week of 7 March 1982, as authorized and requested by Congress), becoming a month-long observance in 1987. …