Naval History Magazine - April 2009 Volume 23, Number 2

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Looking Back

Bucher and the Pueblo

A new presidential administration has just taken office. And, as was the case when a different...

Historic Aircraft

The First Jet Fighter. . . . Sorta

Three new fighter aircraft entered Navy squadrons as the Pacific war was reaching its violent...

Perry Triumphant
A Find of Piratical Significance
Collector's Guide to Pirate Movie DVDs
Book Reviews

George Washington's Secret Navy: How the American Revolution Went to Sea

James L. Nelson. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2008. 330 pp....

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Squalus' Last Survivor Dies

Carl Bryson always prided himself as a youth in being able to swim underwater on a single breath...

Historic Fleets

Beef Boat Extraordinaire

Logistics. If Napoleon declared that an army travels on its stomach, how much less could a navy keep the sea if...

The Marines' Most Bizarre Hero?
Louis Cukela earned the Medal of Honor—as well as a chestfull of other awards for heroism—on World War I's Western...
Twilight of the High Seas Fleet
The German Imperial Navy's main surface force is chiefly remembered for its 1916 Jutland duel with Britain's Grand Fleet. Often...
The Pearl Harbor Warning that Never Was
Conspiracy theorists have long contended U.S. leaders withheld from Pearl Harbor commanders a key warning that war with Japan was...
Cat-and-Mouse in the Mediterranean
A Dutch journalist with rare access to Cold War submarine veterans in the Netherlands tells a tale of high-stakes subsurface spying...
South from Tjilatjap
In death as in life the little gunboat Asheville remained anonymous, but her sinking marked the end of the oldest U.S....
Museum Report

A Walking Tour Through the USS Cod (SS-224)

Want to see what life was really like in a World War II submarine? Then take a trip...

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