Naval History Magazine - June 2002 Vol. 16 Number 3

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Cover Story

A signalman—Flags Karetka—at battle stations on board a destroyer in what has been called the greatest sea battle of World War II kept notes as Japanese dive...

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Highlights

  • 'It Was Pure Hell'
    By George Von Hoff, based on an interview by Jay Curtis

  • Misfortune at Coral Sea
    By Daniel Verton

    To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Battle of the Coral Sea, Naval History shares unpublished primary accounts that shed new light on the final moments of two U.S. ships sunk in the early hours of the...

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  • 'Flags' at Midway
    By Thomas B. Allen

    A signalman—Flags Karetka—at battle stations on board a destroyer in what has been called the greatest sea battle of World War II kept notes as Japanese dive bombers attacked the aircraft carrier Yorktown...

  • 'Nothing Stinks Like Blood'
    An Interview with Edwin C. Bearss

  • The Log of Matthew Roving Episode 11: The Fight Master
    By Don Wallace; Illustrated by Jan Adkins


 
 

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