Naval History Archive - 1989

  • During the first part of World War II, the Grumman F4F Wildcat was the Navy's standard carrier fighter, in use until the F6F and the F4U came into the fleet in numbers. A few F4Fs still survive in flying condition. Mark Meyer photographed the one on the cover as part of his work in...

  • With the continuing discussion of the surrender of the Pueblo (AGER-2) in the pages of Naval History, a young naval officer reminds us of an earlier incident where an American skipper gave up his ship—James Lawrence's surrender of the Chesapeake to the HMS...


 
 

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