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A Navy SEAL with an M-63 A1 Stoner light machine gun exercises caution along the thickly wooded bank of a Vietnam stream in 1968. See “SEALs: 50 Years and Counting."
One hundred-fifty years ago, the ironclads Monitor and Virginia heralded a new age of naval warfare with their 9 March 1862 battle in Hampton Roads, Virginia.
Oh, the shortcomings of slow communications. The U.S. frigate Constitution caps off her storied War of 1812 career with the capture of HMS Levant on 20 February 1815 (Old Ironsides also nabbed another British prize, HMS Cyane, in the same engagement). But the peace treaty between England and the...
Captain John L. Smith shot down 19 enemy aircraft and was an inspiring leader to the Marine fighter pilots of Guadalcanal. See “No Ordinary John Smith,” p. 16.