Robert A. Taylor is associate dean and head of the School of Arts and Communication at the Florida Institute of Technology, and professor of history there. His scholarship has touched on amphibious operations in World War II as well as the training of NCDU’s and UDT “frogmen” in Florida during the war.

Articles by Robert A. Taylor Ph.D.


Swimming Goes to War

By Specialist (Athletics) Third Class Robert L. Haines & Edited by Robert A. Taylor Ph.D.
June 2021
The importance of swimming in winning World War II as told from a March 1945 article in "The Mock-Up".