Naval History Magazine - February 2003 Vol. 17 Number 1

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The Bones of Nakagawa
When a veteran of the World War II Battle of Peleliu and three companions located the island's last Japanese command post, they...
Free a Marine to Fight

Being a woman Marine in 1940s wartime came with its share of culture shock, as this veteran relates. Her well-intentioned patriotism made for...

The Bones of Nakagawa
When a veteran of the World War II Battle of Peleliu and three companions located the island's last Japanese command post, they...
Free a Marine to Fight

Being a woman Marine in 1940s wartime came with its share of culture shock, as this veteran relates. Her well-intentioned patriotism made for...

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'We'll Go Around the World'

Did JFK's Order Sink PT-109?

Privately, John F. Kennedy (right, at far right, with his crew) apparently was willing to take responsibility for the loss of...

The Log of Matthew Roving, Episode 15: The Floating World

With the Boston Tea Party back on schedule and the Revolution apparently saved, Matthew thought he was free to return to his...

Looking Back: The Family Tie

Several years ago, the Naval Institute was raising funds to convert part of the former Annapolis Naval Hospital into new headquarters for the...


 
 

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