Naval History Magazine - April 2000 Volume 14 Number 2

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In a March 1999 conference sponsored by the Robert R. McCormick Tribune Foundation and the U.S. Naval Institute, an assembly of distinguished historians, military veterans, and...

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  • Remembering the Forgotten War
    By Colonel Joseph Alexander, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)

    In a March 1999 conference sponsored by the Robert R. McCormick Tribune Foundation and the U.S. Naval Institute, an assembly of distinguished historians, military veterans, and government officials tackled the questions of...

  • 'Just a Longer Day at the Office'
    An interview with Don Walsh

  • Two Cities Fight for Forrestal
    By Frank D. Roylance


    She had an illustrious service career and survived a disastrous explosion and fire during the Vietnam War. Now, two eastern cities face each other in a showdown to determine which will be the best showplace for the U.S....

  • China A New Maritime Partner?
    By Lyle J. Goldstein?
    The U.S. Coast Guard is opening the door to a cooperative relationship with China.

 
 

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