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Advancement Manual for the Advancement of Enlisted Personnel of the U.S. Navy and U.S. Naval Reserve By Department of the Navy
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To provide procedures for administering the advancement in rate system for enlisted members serving on active duty in U.S. Navy, U.S. Naval Reserve and inactive U.S. Naval Reserve. This instruction... More > is a complete revision and should be reviewed in its entirety.< Less
Old Glory and the U.S. Navy By Randall M. Rueff
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The flag of The United States of America a.k.a. Old Glory and the flag of the U.S. Navy proudly flying on a flag pole on Evelyn Street in Taylorsville, Indiana U.S.A. on 7-7-2014 A.D. Contains 4... More > similar yet different photographs.< Less
U.S. Navy Signalman In Their Own Words By Eugene Stevens
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Stories of U.S. Navy Signalman, told in their own words. In the U.S. Navy, "signalman" (nicknamed "Sigs", "Flags", or "Skivvy Waver") was a job field combining... More > both visual communications, and advanced lookout skills. While there was certainly a Signalman rating before World War II (the Signalman rating is one of the oldest in the Navy), a specialized Signalman rating was established shortly after the war. Then, Signalmen were identified by the symbol of two crossed semaphore flags on the left sleeve of the uniform, integrated with their rank insignia.< Less
U.S. Navy Signalman In Their Own Words By Eugene Stevens
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For over a hundred years, US Navy Signalman provided visual communications for naval vessels and professional recognition and identification as trained watch standers and lookouts.In US Navy... More > Signalman "In Their Own Words" Signalmen from different time periods tell their stories about being Signalmen.< Less
Divine Wind: Kamikaze Attacks Against the US Navy By Gary Mortensen & Scot Laney
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As US forces gained momentum in the Pacific, the Japanese military found itself increasingly on the defensive and incapable of defeating the vast armadas it was encountering. By April 1st of 1945,... More > American forces had landed on Okinawa and were beginning their push inland in what would become some of the heaviest fighting of WWII. This rare imagebook captures this through remarkable photographs. A publication of the National Combat History Archive Press.< Less
U.S. Navy Towing Manual By Naval Sea Systems Command
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Modern Navy towing, as we perceive it today, began at the beginning of World War II. Prior to WWII, the Navy owned few salvage ships of its own and depended heavily on contracted assets to perform... More > the duties of towing and salvage. Merritt-Chapman and Scott was one of the premier towing and salvage contractors of the day and maintained an inventory of assets. They held a contract with the Navy to perform ship salvage on an asneeded, no cure-no pay basis. As the US watched the war in Europe develop, the need for specialized vessels and a dedicated service became apparent. The Royal Navy of Great Britain was forced into performing these tasks as German U-boats inflicted damage throughout the military and commercial fleet. Performing towing and salvage services on damaged vessels was most often a faster and cheaper way of putting the necessary tonnage back into service.< Less
Jack Colombo US Navy v.1 By Mark E. Rich
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America's newest secret agent travels the would to destroy immenemt threats to democracy!
Jack Colombo US Navy v.1 By Mark E. Rich
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America's newest secret agent travels the would to destroy immenemt threats to democracy!
WW ll ARMED GUARD US NAVY By Philip I. Crumb
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Experiences during WW ll in the Pacific
U.S. Navy Underwater Cutting & Welding Manual By Department of the Navy
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Ship Salvage, Harbor Clearance and Wreck Removal oftentimes require extensive underwater cutting and welding. The lack of recent fleet experience in these areas dictates the need for a manual that... More > incorporates state of the art equipment and tried and proven underwater cutting and welding techniques. The knowledge contained in this manual is a collection of fleet and commercial experience. It has been reviewed by technical experts with extensive salvage and underwater cutting and welding experience. This revision of the Underwater Cutting and Welding Manual has been prepared to provide the most current information on equipment and procedures available. All of the equipment covered may not be found on the Diving Equipment Authorized for Navy Use (ANU) list (NAVSEAINST 10560.2), but is included in this manual as an aid to the salvor who finds himself in a “must get the job done” situation. Further guidance can be found in Appendix E.< Less

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