Naval History Magazine - February 1999 Volume 13 Number 1

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Among his many credits are the acclaimed miniseries The Civil War, Baseball, The West, and the upcoming Jazz. At his Walpole, New Hampshire...

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  • 'Something About Ships'
    An Interview with Ken Burns

    Among his many credits are the acclaimed miniseries The Civil War, Baseball, The West, and the upcoming Jazz. At his Walpole, New Hampshire, headquarters, the Emmy Award-winning filmmaker...

  • Quest at Midway
    By Journalist First Class Jason Everett Miller, U.S. Navy

     

    It seemed like looking for the proverbial haystack needle, but a Navy Deep Submergence Unit proved instrumental in finding a U.S. carrier sunk during the turning-point Pacific battle of World War II.

  • The Constellation: 'Living Classroom?'
    By Frank D. Roylance

    Some historic preservationists are concerned that the Constellation—here, in the water again after extensive restoration work—is about to fall into the hands of a well-intentioned but ill-equipped...


 
 

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