COURTESY OF THE WISCONSIN CENTER FOR FILM AND THEATER RESEARCH

Men of Annapolis: Good Show?

By Captain Sherman G. Alexander, U.S. Navy (Retired)
April 2002
A "technical representative" for the late-1950s television series tells how satisfied producers and U.S. Naval Academy officials were with the result.
Watercolor of USS Thresher (SSN-593) underway by Carl G. Evers

Inside the Thresher Disaster

By Philip M. Callaghan
April 2002
A letter to the Admiralty and Shipping Section of the Justice Department suggests the Navy was negligent. Is it time for another acoustic analysis?
DAVID HOFELING

Trying to 'Stay Out of the Way'

An Interview with Brian Lamb
April 2002
The U.S. Navy veteran and founder and current chief executive officer of C-SPAN talks about history, his service, and television today.
BURNELL POOLE COLLECTION

'Everybody Sick with the Flu'

By William N. Still
April 2002
As World War I stumbled to its conclusion in 1918, a menace more deadly than mustard gas, bombs, or bullets swept across the globe-killing millions in its wake. Influenza spared ...