Naval History Magazine - February 2007 Volume 21, Number 1

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When the Union commander of what became known as the Civil War's 1865 Carolinas campaign needed to communicate with one of his subordinate generals, an unlikely team of U.S....

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Sailors of the Battleship Navy

From Big to Enormous: Evolution of the U.S. Battleship

For nearly a hundred years, U.S....

'Conducive to Fright Itself'
Observing the Battle of Iwo Jima from the USS Rutland (APA-192), a Naval Reserve chief radioman reflected on the significance of...
'Conducive to Fright Itself'
Observing the Battle of Iwo Jima from the USS Rutland (APA-192), a Naval Reserve chief radioman reflected on the significance of...

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Navy Acting Like Army

When the Union commander of what became known as the Civil War's 1865 Carolinas campaign needed to communicate with one of his...

The Wahoo Discovered

With the confirmed identification of the legendary World War II submarine by the U.S. Navy, a significant chapter in the...

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