Fred Schultz has been in the publishing business since 1980 and was editor-in-chief of Naval History from 1993-2005. He has done interviews with some 75 high-profile people, including historians, government officials, combat veterans, journalists, explorers, and Hollywood stars. He is currently a freelance writer living in Annapolis.

Articles by Fred Schultz

History Makers Interviews

'At That Very Moment in Time'—Part Two

By Fred Schultz
December 2020
As we concluded Part One of this look back on the 20th anniversary of the Naval Institute Press book History Makers: Interviews, a longtime U.S. Naval Institute member, retired ...
History Makers Interviews

'At That Very Moment in Time': Part One

By Fred Schultz
October 2020
October 2020 marks the 20th anniversary of the Naval Institute Press book History Makers: Interviews. Assembled in this volume is a select lineup of notable people whose words appeared in ...
TOM W. FREEMAN

For Those Who Dare

By Fred L. Schultz
October 2006
A journey through the history of the U.S. Naval Institute, focusing on the personalities who have helped build its cachet.
U.S. NAVY

On Our Scope

By Fred L. Schultz, Editor-in-Chief
June 2005
The old saying about a picture being worth a thousand words is especially true when it comes to catching the eye of a potential book (and magazine, for that matter) ...
NAVAL HISTORICAL CENTER

On Our Scope

By Fred L. Schultz, Editor-in-Chief
April 2005
In 2004, Naval History’s parent organization, the U.S. Naval Institute, decided to change the format of the seminar program that traditionally complemented the organization’s Annual Meeting. The program, which ...

On Our Scope

By Fred L. Schultz, Editor-in-Chief
February 2005
It is hard to believe ten years have passed since the February 1995 Naval History, when we commemorated the 50th anniversary of what Retired Marine Corps Colonel Joe Alexander ...

On Our Scope

By Fred L. Schultz, Editor-in-Chief
December 2004
If this issue has a theme, it is combat photography. We begin with an article about one of the most-analyzed photographs of World War II, an aerial shot captured from ...
C. NAZELROD, S. LEE

On Our Scope

By Fred L. Schultz, Editor-in-Chief
October 2004
It is becoming increasingly clear that we can do only so much with ink on paper to bring history alive. Describing movements of ships and amphibious landings with words, maps ...
COURTESY OF HENRY BALLONE

On Our Scope

By Fred L. Schultz, Editor-in-Chief
August 2004
Navies finally may be attracting long-overdue attention from the Civil War history community. In this issue, we present some cases in point in an expanded section made possible through a ...

Books by Fred Schultz