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'Success Meant Death': An Interview with Kaoru Hasegawa
A Japanese World War II naval aviator—the rare survivor of a kamikaze mission because he was shot down and rescued by the crew of a U.S. destroyer 50 years ago—spoke with Naval History Editor Fred L....
Proceedings Survey: What is your favorite Navy rating symbol?
U.S. Navy enlisted personnel—unlike those in the other services—literally wear their jobs on their sleeves. A new policy outlined in Navy in NAVADMIN 218/16 will change all that. Most past and current Sailors will likely feel...
Naval History salutes the 150th anniversary of the U.S. Naval Academy with these remembrances from 14 distinguished alumni, all having made notable contributions in military and government service, business, sports, or literature. Each of our...