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The Naval Historical Foundation preserves and honors the legacy of those who came before us. We educate and inspire the generations who will follow. Articles in this issue of IJNH have as a common theme: the impact of conducting war in the face of technological change, which not everyone understands clearly. While change is certainly moving at warp speed in the 21st Century, we are not the...
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The United States Naval Institute Oral History Archive features the reminiscences of the legendary Captain Slade D. Cutter. Cutter turned down a music scholarship at an Illinois college to attend the Naval Academy, where he became an All-American football star and standout on the boxing team. Following graduation in 1935, Cutter embarked on a career heavily intertwined with sports. His first...
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Are you considering the U.S. Navy as enlisted or as an officer? Learn about the American Navy and your career opportunities within the U.S. Armed Forces, and about our military recruiting process. The sea is a force to be reckoned with. People have been made by it, and broken by it. But in the...
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ROYAL NAVY LOG BOOKS OF THE WORLD WAR 1-ERA, 350,000 pages transcribed, all 318 ships online, including Battle of the Falklands, Gallipoli, Mesopotamia, East Africa, China Station. Follow this link for brief details of all 318 ships. And this link to the archives (go to Vessels, type in name,...
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War History Online - The place for Military History News and Views. There are plenty of unique activities going on in Britain, France, and all over the world to commemorate the upcoming 75th anniversary of D-Day on…. HBO’s “Band of Brothers” mini-series was aired in 2001. Since that time, the...
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Website of the National Naval Aviation Museum aboard NAS Pensacola, Florida. Featuring over 150 warbirds including World War II and Vietnam combat veterans. Is the world’s largest Naval Aviation museum and one of the most-visited museums in the state of Florida. Share the excitement of Naval Aviation’s rich history and see more than 150 beautifully restored aircraft representing Navy, Marine...
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The Navy Times is the oldest and most trusted source for news and information about U.S. sailors, the military and the DoD. Do you know a Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Marine or Coastie who deserves special recognition for extraordinary service in uniform or in their community? Nominate them to be the Military Times Service Member of the year by February 15th at servicemembersoftheyear.org. Fang...
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The latest news, images, videos, career information, and links from the U.S. Army. 'Why do American warriors under fire do what men have done since this nation's inception?'. Department of the Army announces upcoming 1st BCT, 25th ID, U.S. Army Alaska unit rotation. Department of the Army announces upcoming 1st Armored Division Headquarters unit rotation. Gen. McConville confirmed as next chief...
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No permanent records were kept of who was in which company or of the photos that were taken. There are sign-in sheets from the first day of reporting to RTC in archives at the Navy History & Heritage Command in Washington D.C. Contact the command for how you can research their records. Photos taken at book camp for the Anchor Book and the printing of the Anchor books were done under contract....
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This effort was begun to share knowledge of the Navies, Federal and Confederate, during the American Civil War. It is hoped that many people will contribute articles, illustrations, artifacts, pictures, etc to more accurately shape what is known and taught about the men and their culture. Please come back frequently to see how our site grows. To join our site click on the register link to the...
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Glockner, Joseph A., CTTCS USN (Retired), Navy Homepage. The Navy CT / SECGRU History in photos, facts, and people from Joseph A. Glockner CTTCS USN (Ret). Archive of updates: CY2000 .. 2001 .. 2002/1 2002/2 2002/3 .. 2003/1 2003/2 .. 2004 .. 2005. At Corry Station (Bldg 503), Pensacola, Florida - new location. At Corry Station (Bldg 511), Pensacola, Florida - old location. The Wenger Commander...
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The Three Pillars of Longevity: Integrated Training The three pillars of longevity are fueling, recovery and integrated training. The right knowledge and balanced practice of all three will lead to View More ›. The Boards of Directors of the Navy SEAL Foundation-Hawaii and the Navy SEAL Foundation (National) are pleased to announce the merger of these two benevolent organizations which serve...
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We develop strategic and operational leaders, help the Chief of Naval Operations define the future Navy, strengthen maritime security cooperation and support combat readiness. Vice Adm. Lisa Franchetti is a native of Rochester, New York. She received her commission in 1985 through the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Program at Northwestern University, where she received a Bachelor of...
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Engineers from Mare Island Naval Shipyard came aboard to help calibrate our unit. I had just graduated from Advanced Electronics School and we worked together on the project. One of the things we ended up doing was making a very precise range ring on our SPS-21 radar by using a signal from the IFF equipment located in my ET workshop in the forward hold by running cables up over the wing of the...
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Beachfront dining of casual coastal cuisine in a laid back, family-friendly setting. Navy Beach serves casual coastal cuisine in a laid back, family-friendly setting. Positioned on a 200-foot private beach, the restaurant offers prime seating on the sand and some of the best sunsets in the Hamptons. The restaurant features fresh seafood and locally-sourced produce, as well as a large variety of...
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Recent Honorary and Memorial Gifts Gifts of support to the Naval Institute have been made in the name of the following: In honor of: A. Denis Clift, by Keith Hahn Jennifer Grove, by Robert Rose, DDS LCDR Robert B. Leet, USNR (Ret.), by Tracy Jaquier... As an independent forum for over 140 years, the Naval Institute has been nurturing creative thinkers who responsibly raise their voices on...
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The Official Website of the United States Navy: US Navy News Stories, Photos, Videos and Social Media. In Episode 3 of All Hands Magazine's mini-documentary series "Making a Sailor," the tired recruits meet their permanent recruit division commanders and experience the culture shock that is day-to-day life at U.S. Navy Recruit Training Command. The Navy announced Aug. 9 that we will convene...
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