The Near Death of the US Navy
The Navy reached a peak in 1945, but a series of events led to a near insurrection called Revolt of the Admirals.
Although World War II had many famous ships, few remember the USS Langley, which was America's first aircraft carrier and met a terrible end.
The explosion left a 13-foot deep crater in the middle of a cornfield.
Almost lost to history in a boneyard, the C-47 plane "That's All, Brother" will lead the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.
Anti-Access and Area Denial warfare is the current buzz-phrase, but past attempts by German and Japanese forces could inform modern strategists about its effectiveness.
Losing the two capital ships that comprised Force Z was a major blow to the Royal Navy in World War II, but the British could have maintained control in the Pacific as a matter of chance.
The HMS Campbeltown was already a well-worn ship when the US Navy handed it over to the British during World War II, but that's what made it perfect for a daring raid on St. Nazaire!
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