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Let Us Lead Toward the Ability to Fight By Dr. Daniel S. Appleton Captain USN (Ret)
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This book provides insights, specific recommendations, and a detailed set of references regarding the actions that Naval leadership should take to improve Naval warship fighting ability.
Let Us Lead Toward the Ability to Fight By Dr. Daniel S. Appleton Captain USN (Ret)
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This book provides insights, specific recommendations, and a detailed set of references regarding the actions that Naval leadership should take to improve Naval warship fighting ability.
Images of the Chancellorsville Battlefield By Captain James B. Battles, USN (ret)
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This book is a visual tour of the Civil War Battlefield at Chancellorsville, Virginia.
Warship Fighting Ability Third Revision By Dr. Daniel S. Appleton USN (Ret)
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This booklet presents a strategy for significantly improving the chances of survival for a naval surface crew in conditions of extreme violence. The booklet contains provides links to Dr. Appleton's... More > website which is rich in free downloadable reference material.< Less
Pearl Harbor, December 7th and 8th By Henry Richard Sauerheber, U.S.N.
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This book presents a vivid description of the attack on Pearl Harbor from a central position on turret 3, U.S.S. Tennessee, immediately fore of the Arizona. Photographs are explained in detail from... More > survivors, a full account of all 50 torpedoes is made, and the actions of Pearl Harbor Battleships during the War are summarized. A version of this book was accepted for copyright by the U.S. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 2008.< Less
Pearl Harbor, December 7th and 8th By Henry Richard Sauerheber, U.S.N.
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This full color text describes the attack on Pearl Harbor as described by U.S.S. Tennessee turret three catapult captain, immediately fore of the Arizona. An account of all 50 torpedoes delivered to... More > the Harbor is made. A summary of the actions of the refurbished Pearl Harbor Battleships throughout the War, and an analysis of the Congressional Pearl Harbor Survivors' Medal scene are included.< Less
Story Of The War In South Africa. 1899-1900 By Captain A.T Mahan. U.S.N
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Alfred Thayer Mahan was born in West Point, New York to Dennis Hart Mahan (a professor at the United States Military Academy) and Mary Helena Mahan. He studied at Columbia for two years and... More > then,transferred to the Naval Academy. Commissioned as a lieutenant in 1861, Mahan served the Union in the American Civil War as an officer and as an instructor at the Naval Academy. In 1865, he was promoted to lieutenant commander, and then to commander (1872), and captain (1885). In 1885, he was appointed lecturer in naval history and tactics at the Naval War College.This is his historical record of the Second Boer War.These editions are facsimile prints and may contain some formatting errors or lack of graphical clarity. Some images may have been replaced or removed from original manuscript.< Less
BuNos! Disposition of World War II USN, USMC and USCG Aircraft Listed by Bureau Number By Douglas E. Campbell
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A snapshot in time. After thousands of hours of research and data entry over a 35-year period, the information on the disposition of some 25,000 US Navy, US Marine Corps and US Coast Guard aircraft... More > needs to be published. These aircraft mainly represent those built and lost during World War II - between 7 December 1941 and 15 August 1945 - but this book also contains aircraft built before WWII that were lost during WWII or disposed of after WWII (lost during the Korean War, lost on training exercises, sold to private investors, currently located in museums and even some still proudly sitting as “gate guards” across the US, etc.).< Less
BuNos! Disposition of World War II USN, USMC and USCG Aircraft Listed by Bureau Number By Douglas E. Campbell
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After thousands of hours of research and data entry over a 35-year period, the information on the disposition of some 25,000 US Navy, US Marine Corps and US Coast Guard aircraft needs to be... More > published. These aircraft mainly represent those lost during World War II but it also contains aircraft built before and during WWII that were disposed of after WWII - lost during the Korean War, sold to private investors, currently located in museums and even some still as “gate guards” across the US. Help with my research was from archival information provided primarily by the U.S. Navy’s History and Heritage Command, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), the Smithsonian’s National Air & Space Museum, and Joe Baugher who keeps a website of military aircraft Bureau Numbers and serial numbers as up-to-date as humanly possible.< Less
U.S. Naval Strategy in the 1980s: Selected Documents (Enlarged Edition) By John B. Hattendorf, D.Phil., Captain Peter M. Swartz, USN (Ret.), Naval War College
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U.S. Naval Strategy in the 1980s: Selected Documents is the thirty-third in the Naval War College Press’s Newport Papers monograph series, and the third in a projected fourvolume set of... More > authoritative documents relating to U.S. Navy strategy and strategic planning during and after the Cold War. Edited by John B. Hattendorf, a distinguished naval historian and chairman of the Maritime History Department at the Naval War College, this volume is an indispensable supplement to Professor Hattendorf ’s uniquely informed narrative of the genesis and development of the Navy’s strategy for global war with the Soviet Union, The Evolution of the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Strategy, 1977– 1986, Newport Paper 19 (2004). It continues the story of the Navy’s reaction to the growing Soviet naval and strategic threats over the decade of the 1970s, as documented in U.S. Naval Strategy in the 1970s: Selected Documents, Newport Paper 30 (2007), and sets the stage for the rethinking of the Navy’s...< Less