Naval History Magazine - February 2006 Volume 20, Number 1

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To escort his flagship the USS Missouri into Tokyo Bay, Admiral William Halsey selected some of the most battle-tested destroyers of the...

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Destroyers at Tokyo Bay



To escort his flagship the USS Missouri into Tokyo Bay, Admiral William Halsey selected some...

The 'Horrors of These Hulks'

One of the most visceral and stinging indictments of Great Britain during the Revolutionary War was an American poet's account of the hellish...

The Missing Link: Expeditionary Logistics

During the early 20th century, U.S. Navy and Marine Corps leaders studied ways to defend America, win fleet battles, and seize beachheads but...

On Our Scope



Tin cans, greyhounds, or destroyers—by whatever name, these fast, deadly ships are among the most fascinating vessels in U.S....


 
 

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