Naval History Magazine - December 2000 Volume 14 Number 6

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She's smaller than originally thought, and her bow is curved, not square. These are among the first mysteries solved by the raising of the Civil War submarine H. L. Hunley...

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  • The Hunley Resurfaces
    By J. A. Hitchcock

    She's smaller than originally thought, and her bow is curved, not square. These are among the first mysteries solved by the raising of the Civil War submarine H. L. Hunley after 136 years on the bottom of Charleston...

  • The Log of Matthew Roving Episode 2: A Riddle in the Sand
    By Don Wallace; Illustrated by Jan Adkins

  • Hornet Redefines 'Presence'
    By Lily Iona MacKenzie; Photography by Rich Pedroncelli

    That favorite buzzword for naval deterrence means something totally different these days to volunteers on board a carrier-turned-museum ship, referred to by one of her last skeleton crew as "the old gray lady." These...


 
 

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