Naval History Magazine - December 2001 Vol. 15 Number 6

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On the morning of 7 December 1941, did the USS Arizona (BB-39) succumb to a torpedo attack, or did she fall victim to precision horizontal bombing? From the same team who concluded in...

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  • Death of the Arizona
    By Commander John Rodgaard, U.S. Naval Reserve, Peter K. Hsu, Carroll L. Lucas, and Captain Andrew Biache Jr., U.S. Naval Reserve (Retired)

    On the morning of 7 December 1941, did the USS Arizona (BB-39) succumb to a torpedo attack, or did she fall victim to precision horizontal bombing? From the same team who concluded in the December 1999 issue of Naval History...

  • A Loverly Bunch of Coconuts
    By Don Walsh

    The co-world-record holder for the deepest dive in a submersible reports on a recent expedition to a mysterious shipwreck with an even more puzzling cargo. In this pilot's-eye view, a manipulator on the Russian Mir 1 (ready to dive,...

  • The Log of Matthew Roving Episode 8: The Open Boat
    By Don Wallace; Illustrated by Jan Adkins


 
 

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