Naval History Magazine - August 2000 Volume 14 Number 4

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Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan disappeared over the Pacific in 1937 while attempting to fly around the world—and their story continues to intrigue researchers and the...

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  • Proceedings Survey

  • Standing for Our Flag

    In the June Proceedings, Captain Eyer in his “Charting a Course” column introduced retired Navy Admiral William...

  • SURVEY RESULTS: THE TOP THREE MOST EFFECTIVE NAVAL WEAPONS EVER USED!

    # 3 The Exocet Missile 

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  • The Earhart Tragedy: Old Mystery, New Hypothesis
    By John P. Riley Jr.

    Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan disappeared over the Pacific in 1937 while attempting to fly around the world—and their story continues to intrigue researchers and the public alike. The author details evidence indicating...

  • 'Horns and Whistles Blew'
    By Captain William Earle, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired)

    The skipper of the USCG Barque Eagle recalls the spectacle of the first Operation Sail in New York City.

  • It All Began 110 Years Ago

    On 25 April 1890 the Congress passed an act enabling the President to "hold a naval review in New York harbor in April 1893, and to extend to foreign nations an invitation to send ships of war to join the U.S. Navy in rendezvous at Hampton...


 
 

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