Jan K. Herman

Jan K. Herman served as the historian of the Navy Medical Department and as special assistant to the Surgeon General for thirty-three years. He also produced an hour-long documentary, The Lucky Few, which has gained international acclaim since its premiere at the Smithsonian in 2010. He is the author of Battle Station Sick Bay and lives in Takoma Park, MD.

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BATTLE STATION SICK BAY
In this compelling oral history, Navy medical personnel from World War II recall their experiences... Read More
The Lucky Few
As the Vietnam War reached its tragic climax in the last days of April 1975, a task force of U.S.... Read More
The Lucky Few
As the Vietnam War reached its tragic climax in the last days of April 1975, a task force of U.S.... Read More
Author Events
Guest Speaker & Book Signing
Noon, “Authors on Deck,” U.S. Navy Memorial, 701 Pennsylvania Ave NW, #123, Washington, D.C. Read More
Blog Talk Radio Interview
1:00pm, “Military Monday w/John Gresham" - Listen live at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/writestream... Read More
Taped Radio Interview
2:00pm, “Frontlines of Freedom,” w/host Denny Gillem, www.FrontlinesOfFreedom.com Read More
Guest Lecturer
12:30pm, “Shifley Lecture Series,” U.S. Naval Academy Museum, 118 Maryland Ave., Annapolis, MD /... Read More

 
 

Conferences and Events

Maritime Security Dialogue

Wed, 2018-11-28

Maritime Security DialogueThe Return of Great Power Competition and SECOND Fleet A discussion with VADM Andrew "Woody"...

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15 November - Discussion

Thu, 2018-11-15

16 November - Meet & Greet

Fri, 2018-11-16

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