Official and un-official sites that contain historical information as it directly relates to the United States Navy
Anaglyph stereo photos of historic U.S. Navy vessels.
George A. Spangenberg's oral history of the Naval Aircraft acquisition process from WWII through the F-14. Includes memos, papers concerning design and procurement issues from that time period.
Preserves and promotes the naval history of the U.S. News, events calendar, membership information, gift shop, and collections of photographs, research, and oral histories.
The US Navy's official source of historical information, including numerous references and links.
Memorial for 23 sailors who perished in a naval accident at Point Honda (now Vandenburg Air Force Base), California, on 9/8/1923.
Historical archive of images, documents, and memorabilia.
Photos, history, memorabilia, message boards.
Site contains ship histories, battle histories and links to first-hand accounts of the American Spanish American War navy.
During a world cruise in 1923, a Royal Navy signalman took photographs of the seven grounded USN destroyers off the Californian coast. This is an illustrated account of the tragedy.
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