Edward P. Stafford

CDR. Edward Peary Stafford, USN (Ret.) (1918–2013) was a naval aviator. He wrote for Naval History and Proceedings, as well as for National Geographic. He is best known for The Big E and four other books on naval history: Subchaser; Little Ship, Big War; The Saga of DE-343, and The Far and the Deep.

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Little Ship, Big War
Manned almost entirely by reservists, the USS Abercrombie (DE343) and her sister ships did the... Read More
The Big E
A lasting memorial to the USS Enterprise, this classic tale of the carrier that contributed more... Read More
Subchaser
In a wartime Navy of giant carriers and battleships, tiny wooden subchasers did not command much... Read More
The Big E
A lasting tribute to the USS Enterprise, this heavily illustrated, new edition tells the classic... Read More
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