This Day in Naval History - Jan. 04 | Military

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A Profound Day in Our History: December 7, 1941

Overview: The Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941 Teach your kids,no one else will.

Gary Powers wasn’t the only one. More than 200 airmen were shot down while spying on the Soviet Union. Shot down by the Chinese in 1953, P2V-5 crewmen were rescued in the Formosa Strait. Based in Alaska. (Naval History and Heritage Command)

Gary Powers wasn’t the only one. More than 200 airmen were shot down while spying on the Soviet Union. Shot down by the Chinese in crewmen were rescued in the Formosa Strait. Based in Alaska. (Naval History and Heritage Command)

CSS Virginia was the first steam-powered ironclad warship of the Confederate States Navy, built during the first year of the American Civil War; she was constructed as a casemate ironclad using the raised and cut down original lower hull and steam engines of the scuttled USS Merrimack. Virginia was one of the participants in the Battle of Hampton Roads, opposing the Union's USS Monitor in March, 1862. The battle is chiefly significant in naval history as the first battle between ironclads.

CSS Virginia was the first steam-powered ironclad warship built by the Confederate States Navy during the first year of the American Civil War

CSS Virginia - the first steam-powered ironclad warship built by the Confederate navy during the first year of the Civil War; she was constructed as a casemate ironclad (as opposed to a turreted ironclad) using the raised and cut down original lower hull and engines of the scuttled steam frigate USS Merrimack and participated in the Battle of Hampton Roads, opposing the Union's USS Monitor in March 1862. The battle is chiefly significant in naval history as the first battle between…

CSS Virginia Limited Model Ship 34"

CSS Virginia [ironclad warship, Civil War], aka CSS Merrimack after the wooden ship that was purposefully scuttled in shallow water to provide the below-line hull. Launched first year of the American Civil War

Us Navy Ships 1898 | 1898 US Naval History - The Battleship USS Iowa, the first ship in Dry ...

1898 US Naval History - The Battleship USS Iowa, the first ship in Dry Dock at the New York Navy Yard

Raphael Semmes was the undisputed Civil War naval "ace of aces", with 83 "kills" (warships and merchant ships sunk or bonded). He would command two Confederate commerce raiders during the war: CSS Sumter and CSS Alabama. Semmes repeatedly made daring escapes from Federal warships and fleets chasing him and single-handedly crippled US shipping around the globe. He also used the Alabama to support the campaign to liberate Galveston, sinking the warship USS Hatteras.

Captain Semmes, at center, and first officer Lieutenant John McIntosh Kell pose aboard the raider CSS Alabama. (Naval History and Heritage Command)

WW2 History - War at Sea: A Naval History of World War II by Miller, Nathan Book

WW2 History - War at Sea: A Naval History of World War II by Miller, Nathan Book

History - War at Sea: A Naval History of World War II by Miller, Nathan Book

First Woman In Naval History Set To Receive 4th Star

First Woman In Naval History Set To Receive 4th Star

Special Women's History Month essay by Aberjhani: "W. Du Bois likely would have been a fan of Women’s History Month"

Treasure Island Naval History Mural | Atlas Obscura

Treasure Island Naval History Mural

Discover Treasure Island Naval History Mural in San Francisco, California: An enormous artwork that colorfully celebrates over 150 years of US military achievements.

Waterfront Mansion Housed Crew That Made Naval History - House of the Day - Curbed National (How the other half lives.)

Waterfront Mansion Housed Crew That Made Naval History

This waterfront mansion has wood siding, a brick base, stacked balconies, brick chimney and covered patio space.

This was the original artwork of  James Montgomery Flagg for a World War I Navy recruiting poster.  It was photographed following restoration in 1986.

Oil painting by artist James Montgomery Flagg. This was the original artwork for a World War I Navy recruiting poster.

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