Naval History Magazine - August 1995 Volume 9 Number 4


  • The Navy Takes to the Air Races
    By John D. Pelzer

    Navy and Marine Corps aviators flying high-speed seaplanes during the golden age of air racing showed the public the potential of aviation at sea. Beginning in 1926, in races held off Anacostia...

  • 'If It’s Lost...': An Interview with Clive Cussler

    The best-selling novelist talked recently with Naval History Editor Fred L. Schultz about his group’s rediscovery of the Civil War submarine CSS Hunley and the uncertain future of the pioneering vessel. ...

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