Naval History Magazine - February 2005 Volume 19, Number 1

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The Navy Cross recipient climbed Mount Suribachi in November 1987, more than 15 years after his heroic destruction of the bridge at Dong Ha during the Vietnam War. To commemorate the 60th...

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A Sailor's Heritage

There is something special about being a Sailor—as Gunner's Mate Second Class Charles J. Hansen knew when he personalized a...

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The Entire Island Is a Shrine

The Navy Cross recipient climbed Mount Suribachi in November 1987, more than 15 years after his heroic destruction of the bridge at Dong Ha...

The High Cost of Faulty Intel

Despite the best of intententions, intelligence collected by a joint information center prior to the assault on Iwo Jima—right, in the...

What to Do with Naval History

All Is at Stake at Salamis

In September 480 B.C., Greece appeared beaten after a massive Persian force won victories on land at Thermopylae and at sea at Artemisium a month...

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The Entire Island Is a Shrine

The Navy Cross recipient climbed Mount Suribachi in November 1987, more than 15 years after his heroic destruction of the bridge at Dong Ha...

The High Cost of Faulty Intel

Despite the best of intententions, intelligence collected by a joint information center prior to the assault on Iwo Jima—right, in the...

What to Do with Naval History

All Is at Stake at Salamis

In September 480 B.C., Greece appeared beaten after a massive Persian force won victories on land at Thermopylae and at sea at Artemisium a month...

On Our Scope


 
 

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