ALL PHOTOS BY ANDREW COOPER, ? TOUCHSTONE PICTURES AND

Pearl Harbor: Bombed Again

By Lawrence Suid
August 2001
The author of two books on Hollywood's handling of military history—Sailing on the Silver Screen and Guts & Glory—takes aim at the new film.
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Pearl Harbor's Forgotten Ship

By Thomas O'Brien
August 2001
Four unsung survivors talk about their escape from the Utah, a ship that capsized on the opposite side of Ford Island from Battleship Row.

'I Was Alone in Enemy Territory'

By Rear Admiral Macpherson Berrien Williams, U.S. Navy (Retired)
August 2001
The air group commander from the Yorktown (CV-10) bails out over the Philippines in 1944 and finds himself in a jungle thick with Japanese patrols.
U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY PHOTO BY CLIFF MAXWELL

'Trying to Defend the Planet'

An Interview with Scott Carpenter, Commander, U.S. Navy (Retired)
August 2001
The Mercury astronaut/SEALAB aquanaut says deep-sea exploration is still defense-oriented but in a different sense; it could save us from ourselves.