Naval History Magazine - June 2006 Volume 20, Number 3

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Before Union troops could conquer the vast Western Confederacy, the Navy and Army had to seize and control the region's natural supply routes-the rivers. That formidable...

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Marines Over the Western Front

The 1st Marine Aviation Force overcame interservice and logistic obstacles to fly combat missions during World War I...

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Sea of Gray: The Around-the-World Odyssey of the Confederate Raider Shenandoah

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Conquering the Confederacy's Western Waters


Before Union troops could conquer the vast Western Confederacy, the Navy and Army had to seize and control the region's...

Thunder on the Roanoke


The CSS Albemarle was so new that workmen had cleared her decks only hours...

To Honor Our Navy at Normandy

Sixty-two years ago, the U.S. Navy played an indispensable role in the D-Day invasion of northwestern Europe. Isn't it time...

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