Mr. Caiella was a senior editor of Naval History and Proceedings.

Articles by J. M. Caiella

Aerial starboard view of USS Iwo Jima (LPH-2) stadning off the Mekong Delta
U.S. Army Large Tug Major Elisha K. Henson (LT-5) at the  H. Lee White Maritime Museum, Oswego, New York

One of the Very Few

By J. M. Caiella
June 2019
Fewer than 30 vessels that served in the Normandy invasion are still afloat. The U.S. Army large tug LT-5 is the last functional U.S. Army vessel that participated.
Starboard profile drawing of USS Wyoming (Monitor No. 10)
Oil painting on canvas showing USS Supply by W. R. May
Profile drawing of USRC Bear

The Star-Crossed Somers

By J. M. Caiella
June 2018
The Somers was laid down at the Brooklyn Navy Yard in early 1842 and commissioned on 12 May. On 13 September, after a shakedown cruise that summer under Commander Alexander ...
U.S. Revenue Cutter Hudson rushes to the aid of the stricken torpedo boat USS Winslow
J. M. Caiella

Museum Report

By J. M. Caiella
June 2009
An Unlikely Location Why would a sign at the limits of a sleepy upstate New York hamlet on the eastern edge of the Adirondack Mountains claim the village as the ...