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2034: A NOVEL OF THE NEXT WORLD WARBook Talk - May 29 @ 12:00PM EDTFormer Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), Admi...
05/25/2021

2034: A NOVEL OF THE NEXT WORLD WAR
Book Talk - May 29 @ 12:00PM EDT

Former Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), Admiral James Stavridis talks about his newest book, "2034: A Novel of the Next World War", a taut geo-political thriller set in the not-too-distant future where a clash of two world powers alters the balance of global military, economic, and political stability. The book, co-authored by Elliot Ackerman, is a New York Times best-seller, and is both a timely and relevant meditation on contemporary political strategy and its consequential outcomes.

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Join us live on May 29th at 12:00 p.m. EDT here:
https://www.navyhistory.org/book-talk-admiral-james-stavridis-usn-ret/

2034: A NOVEL OF THE NEXT WORLD WAR
Book Talk - May 29 @ 12:00PM EDT

Former Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), Admiral James Stavridis talks about his newest book, "2034: A Novel of the Next World War", a taut geo-political thriller set in the not-too-distant future where a clash of two world powers alters the balance of global military, economic, and political stability. The book, co-authored by Elliot Ackerman, is a New York Times best-seller, and is both a timely and relevant meditation on contemporary political strategy and its consequential outcomes.

Register and request a Signed Bookplate here:
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Join us live on May 29th at 12:00 p.m. EDT here:
https://www.navyhistory.org/book-talk-admiral-james-stavridis-usn-ret/

NELSON AT SEA 2502021 marks the Semiquincentennial of a young Horatio Nelson first going to sea in 1771 with the Royal N...
05/02/2021

NELSON AT SEA 250

2021 marks the Semiquincentennial of a young Horatio Nelson first going to sea in 1771 with the Royal Navy.

Join us on May 15 at 11 AM for a retrospective of Lord Nelson's early years as noted British naval historian Stephen Howarth, who co-authored NELSON: THE IMMORTAL MEMORY with his father, provides a chronological overview of the young sailor's career and insights into those who influenced his development as one of Britain's greatest admirals. Howarth will then be joined by famed fellow historian Andrew Lambert, who will offer his own insights, as well as Fleet Commander Vice Admiral Jerry Kyd CBE, RN, who will offer insights on how the Nelson mystique has carried down through generations. Additionally, Admiral James Foggo III, USN, will remark upon the exemplary leadership that Admiral Nelson epitomized.

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Join us live on May 15th at 11 a.m. EDT here:
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NELSON AT SEA 250

2021 marks the Semiquincentennial of a young Horatio Nelson first going to sea in 1771 with the Royal Navy.

Join us on May 15 at 11 AM for a retrospective of Lord Nelson's early years as noted British naval historian Stephen Howarth, who co-authored NELSON: THE IMMORTAL MEMORY with his father, provides a chronological overview of the young sailor's career and insights into those who influenced his development as one of Britain's greatest admirals. Howarth will then be joined by famed fellow historian Andrew Lambert, who will offer his own insights, as well as Fleet Commander Vice Admiral Jerry Kyd CBE, RN, who will offer insights on how the Nelson mystique has carried down through generations. Additionally, Admiral James Foggo III, USN, will remark upon the exemplary leadership that Admiral Nelson epitomized.

Register and post questions for the panelists here:
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Join us live on May 15th at 11 a.m. EDT here:
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Brown Water Bluejackets:Vietnam—The Navy in the Mekong DeltaThe Naval Historical Foundation is dedicating this forthcomi...
04/09/2021

Brown Water Bluejackets:
Vietnam—The Navy in the Mekong Delta

The Naval Historical Foundation is dedicating this forthcoming "Second Saturday" (April 17, 2021 , 11 a.m. EDT) to the heroic actions of American Sailors who fought a rather unconventional naval war on the rivers and canals of the Mekong Delta during our involvement in the Vietnam War. Join with historians John Sherwood and Tom Cutler as they provide historical overviews of the U.S. Navy's organization, platforms and tactics followed by a roundtable discussion with three remarkable veterans of the brown water warfare – Navy Cross Recipient Vice Adm. David Robinson, Seawolf pilot Capt. Richard Krulis and River Division 535 Patrol Officer Lt. Rolland Kidder.

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Join us live on April 17th at 11 a.m. EDT here:
https://www.navyhistory.org/second-saturday-webinar-series/

Brown Water Bluejackets:
Vietnam—The Navy in the Mekong Delta

The Naval Historical Foundation is dedicating this forthcoming "Second Saturday" (April 17, 2021 , 11 a.m. EDT) to the heroic actions of American Sailors who fought a rather unconventional naval war on the rivers and canals of the Mekong Delta during our involvement in the Vietnam War. Join with historians John Sherwood and Tom Cutler as they provide historical overviews of the U.S. Navy's organization, platforms and tactics followed by a roundtable discussion with three remarkable veterans of the brown water warfare – Navy Cross Recipient Vice Adm. David Robinson, Seawolf pilot Capt. Richard Krulis and River Division 535 Patrol Officer Lt. Rolland Kidder.

Register and post questions for the panelists here:
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Join us live on April 17th at 11 a.m. EDT here:
https://www.navyhistory.org/second-saturday-webinar-series/

Panel: 'Navy Has Done Itself a Major Favor' in Releasing Thresher Investigation - USNI News
03/16/2021
Panel: 'Navy Has Done Itself a Major Favor' in Releasing Thresher Investigation - USNI News

Panel: 'Navy Has Done Itself a Major Favor' in Releasing Thresher Investigation - USNI News

The rolling release of a previously secret report and investigation of the 1963 loss of USS Thresher (SSN-593), the Navy’s worst submarine disaster, is providing new lessons for today’s sailors and shipbuilders, said the former submarine commander who brought suit to declassify the documents. No...

The USS Thresher (SSN-593) On Eternal Patrol: What We Now KnowSecond Saturday Webinar - March 13 @ 11:00 AM (ET)Nearly 5...
03/05/2021

The USS Thresher (SSN-593) On Eternal Patrol: What We Now Know

Second Saturday Webinar - March 13 @ 11:00 AM (ET)

Nearly 58 years ago the nuclear-powered submarine USS Thresher submerged east of Cape Cod never to surface.
In recent months the US Navy has released hundreds of pages from the Navy Court of Inquiry hearings held subsequent to the tragic loss of Thresher and her crew.

Join us for our March Second Saturday with retired Captain James Bryant, Stephen Walsh, Norman Friedman, and Norman Polmar who will offer analysis on the causes of the Thresher catastrophe.

Learn more, pre-register, and view the livestream on March 13 @ 11:00 AM (ET) all on our website at: https://www.navyhistory.org/second-saturday-webinar-series/

Thank you to our generous event lead sponsor: General Dynamics - Electric Boat and also Applied Math Inc.

The USS Thresher (SSN-593) On Eternal Patrol: What We Now Know

Second Saturday Webinar - March 13 @ 11:00 AM (ET)

Nearly 58 years ago the nuclear-powered submarine USS Thresher submerged east of Cape Cod never to surface.
In recent months the US Navy has released hundreds of pages from the Navy Court of Inquiry hearings held subsequent to the tragic loss of Thresher and her crew.

Join us for our March Second Saturday with retired Captain James Bryant, Stephen Walsh, Norman Friedman, and Norman Polmar who will offer analysis on the causes of the Thresher catastrophe.

Learn more, pre-register, and view the livestream on March 13 @ 11:00 AM (ET) all on our website at: https://www.navyhistory.org/second-saturday-webinar-series/

Thank you to our generous event lead sponsor: General Dynamics - Electric Boat and also Applied Math Inc.

Vice Admiral Sam Gravely - Surface Warfare ExtraordinaireJoin us for our next Second Saturday Webinar on Feb. 13 at 11:0...
02/01/2021

Vice Admiral Sam Gravely - Surface Warfare Extraordinaire

Join us for our next Second Saturday Webinar on Feb. 13 at 11:00 am. Distinguished speakers and Panelists Include: Secretary BJ Penn, Ms. Roslyn Brock, Dr. Regina Akers, Paul Stillwell, adn Retired Rear Admiral Julius Caesar, who will discuss the incredible life and accomplishments of Vice Admiral Sam Gravely, the first African American in the U.S. Navy to serve aboard a fighting ship as an officer, the first to command a Navy ship, the first fleet commander, and the first to become a flag officer.
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Vice Admiral Sam Gravely - Surface Warfare Extraordinaire

Join us for our next Second Saturday Webinar on Feb. 13 at 11:00 am. Distinguished speakers and Panelists Include: Secretary BJ Penn, Ms. Roslyn Brock, Dr. Regina Akers, Paul Stillwell, adn Retired Rear Admiral Julius Caesar, who will discuss the incredible life and accomplishments of Vice Admiral Sam Gravely, the first African American in the U.S. Navy to serve aboard a fighting ship as an officer, the first to command a Navy ship, the first fleet commander, and the first to become a flag officer.
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Happening tomorrow - The Navy in Operation Desert Storm: A Thirty Year Retrospective. Learn more and sign-up today! You ...
01/15/2021
The Navy in Operation Desert Storm: A Thirty-Year Retrospective

Happening tomorrow - The Navy in Operation Desert Storm: A Thirty Year Retrospective.

Learn more and sign-up today! You don't want to miss this.

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The Naval Historical Foundation is pleased to present the latest installment of our Second Saturday webinar series on January 16. On 1 December 1990, Vice Admiral Stanley R. Arthur relieved VADM Henry H. Mauz, Jr. as Commander U.S. Naval Forces Central Command/Commander U.S. SEVENTH Fleet. The month...

U.S. Navy
01/05/2021

U.S. Navy

Nominations Open for Capt. Joy Bright Hancock, Master Chief Anna Der-Vartanian Leadership Awards

The awards have been presented annually since 1987 to recognize the inspirational leadership of the recipients whose ideals and dedication foster cultural inclusiveness through reinforcing the integral role of women play in the Navy.

DETAILS ➡️ https://go.usa.gov/xA5YP

U.S. Naval Support Activity Naples, Italy
12/07/2020

U.S. Naval Support Activity Naples, Italy

On this day 79 years ago, at 7:55 a.m. local time, World War II came to the U.S. with a massive surprise attack by the Imperial Japanese Navy on the American naval fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Despite the shock of the attack, service members fought back with extraordinary courage and resilience. Yet tragically, 2,403 Americans lost their lives and a further 1,178 were injured.

Today, on National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, we reflect on and honor the sacrifices of those who perished in defense of our nation on that fateful Sunday morning – a date which will live in infamy.

#AboveAndBeyondTheCall #NationalPearlHarborRemembranceDay

This #GivingTuesday, please consider supporting the work of the Naval Historical Foundation through a tax-deductible gif...
12/01/2020
Naval Historical Foundation

This #GivingTuesday, please consider supporting the work of the Naval Historical Foundation through a tax-deductible gift or membership. Your support makes our work of preserving, commemorating, and educating naval history possible.

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The Naval Historical Foundation preserves and honors the legacy of those who came before us. We educate and inspire the generations who will follow.

U.S. Naval Institute
11/17/2020

U.S. Naval Institute

RISING HISTORIAN CATEGORY: Lieutenant Commander Andrew Rucker, USN won Third Prize for his essay “The Little Carriers That Could: Lessons for Great Power Competition from the Independence Class CVLs”. View the event to hear from Lieutenant Commander Rucker as well as all the winners. Thank you to General Dynamics for making this opportunity available!
Register Here https://www.usni.org/events/cno-naval-history-essay-contest-award-winner-recognition-event

NOAA Monitor National Marine Sanctuary
11/16/2020

NOAA Monitor National Marine Sanctuary

For this #MonitorMondays artifact, we present the red signal lantern. On the night of December 31, 1862, U.S. Navy USS Monitor sank in heavy seas off the coast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. During the sinking, eye witnesses reported that at approximately 1:30 A.M., the red distress signal lantern burning atop the turret and the ship itself was no longer visible. Almost 115 years later, on July 25, 1977, during the first submersible dive to USS Monitor, archeologists spotted a small object in the sand. It turned out to be the red signal lantern. It was the last visible sign of USS Monitor before it sank, and the very first artifact recovered from the wreck, signaling a rebirth of this mighty Civil War icon.

To learn more about conservation efforts for USS Monitor, visit https://monitor.noaa.gov/about/conservation.html.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), The Mariners' Museum and Park

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11/09/2020

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Register today for our next Second Saturday Webinar!

Did you know that Theodore Roosevelt wrote a landmark naval history of the War of 1812 when he was only twenty-three? Roosevelt's work has remained an important text - but has it truly stood the test of time? What did Roosevelt get right, and what did he get wrong?

Register today to hear from an outstanding panel on Saturday November 14 as they answer these, and your, questions.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/run-silent-run-deep-tickets-123508403961Our next Second Saturday program will be offered on...
10/02/2020

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/run-silent-run-deep-tickets-123508403961

Our next Second Saturday program will be offered on October 10 at 11 AM (EASTERN) focusing on Captain Edward L. "Ned" Beach and Run Silent Run Deep. Our program will open with presentations by Ned's bride of many decades, Ingrid Beach, Captain James Bryant, and Dr. David Alan Rosenberg who will offer insightful discussion on the technical and historical context behind Run Silent Run Deep as well as an overview of the career of Captain Beach and his writing of the book while he served as the naval aide to President Eisenhower. Following the presentations, we will offer commentary from three well-known retired submariners who have familiarity with the Beach manuscript. They are:

Admiral Thomas B. Fargo. The former Commander of Pacific Command, Fargo once hosted cast-members for the movie Hunt For Red October on his submarine Salt Lake City and had a father who was a classmate of Ned Beach at the Naval Academy.

Vice Admiral Albert H. "Big Al" Konetzni Jr. Known as "Big Al, the Sailors Pal" Vice Admiral Konetzni once filled the shoes of Vice Admiral Charles A. Lockwood who commanded the U.S. submarine campaign against the Japanese Empire and also had command of an attack submarine.

Rear Admiral John B. Padgett III. The 30th Commander of Submarine Force U.S. Pacific Fleet filled Lockwood's shoes as the commander of the Pacific Fleet submarine force and also adds the perspective of a former attack submarine commander.

Click the Eventbrite link above to sign up for this free webinar today!

Join us for the Naval Historical Foundation's next installment of our Second Saturday Webinar series: Herman Wouk: The C...
09/08/2020

Join us for the Naval Historical Foundation's next installment of our Second Saturday Webinar series:

Herman Wouk: The Caine Mutiny The Art of Historical Fiction-
How True Was it to the History of the Time in Print and on Film?

Scheduled for September 12 at 11 AM Eastern.
Author Captain Kevin Miller, USN (Ret.) and film producer CAPT David Kennedy, USN (Ret.) will have a a lively comparison on Herman Wouk's writing of The Caine Mutiny and how that story translated to the silver screen. Dr. Dave Rosenberg will moderate.

Register today!
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vkbdNmqJRiagnlI-qfAHQg

National Museum of the United States Navy
08/17/2020

National Museum of the United States Navy

Admiral Arleigh Burke became Chief of Naval Operation #otd in 1955 and remained in this position for nearly six years. ADM Burke’s leadership through crises and his “innovations in policy and programs…shaped the service’s course for much of the rest of the century.” Read more about this distinguished CNO’s life and career below! #CNO #Leadership #NHHC #NavyHistory #NMUSN #NavyReadiness #NavyMuseumFromHome

Chief of Naval Operations Addresses a U.S. Naval Academy pep rally on 23 November 1960, on the eve of that year's Army-Navy football game [Official U.S. Navy Photograph, from the collections of the Naval History and Heritage Command, NH 54900].

https://www.history.navy.mil/research/library/online-reading-room/title-list-alphabetically/a/arleigh-burke-the-last-cno.html

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In honor of Independence Day, a special encore presentation of Episode 26 of NO HOME FOR HEROES - History's Military Mysteries: Missing In Action is now available at your favorite podcast site and featured on TuneIn Radio. The episode is titled "A MIA Born On the Fourth of July" and is hosted by Chief Rick Stone. It is now posted at: https://content.blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/Episode_26.mp3 For a full list of all 70 episodes of NO HOME FOR HEROES: https://blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/ This episode of NO HOME FOR HEROES and many more episodes are available FOR FREE on Apple podcasts or any other popular platform where you like to listen to podcasts or on the web site at ChiefRickStone.com Enjoy!
Episode 70 of NO HOME FOR HEROES - History's Military Mysteries: Missing In Action is now available at your favorite podcast site and featured on TuneIn Radio. The episode is titled "Lost At Sea For Over 75 Years? No, Not Really." and is hosted by Chief Rick Stone. It is now posted at: https://content.blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/Episode_70.mp3 For a full list of all 70 episodes of NO HOME FOR HEROES: https://blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/ This episode of NO HOME FOR HEROES and many more episodes are available FOR FREE on Apple podcasts or any other popular platform where you like to listen to podcasts or on the web site at ChiefRickStone.com Enjoy!
In honor of Father's Day, a special encore presentation of Episode 23 of NO HOME FOR HEROES - History's Military Mysteries: Missing In Action is now available at your favorite podcast site and featured on TuneIn Radio. The episode is titled "Dear Son, We Will Never Meet..." and is hosted by Chief Rick Stone. It is now posted at: https://content.blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/Episode_23.mp3 For a full list of all 69 episodes of NO HOME FOR HEROES: https://blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/ This episode of NO HOME FOR HEROES and many more episodes are available FOR FREE on Apple podcasts or any other popular platform where you like to listen to podcasts or on the web site at ChiefRickStone.com Enjoy!
Episode 69 of NO HOME FOR HEROES - History's Military Mysteries: Missing In Action is now available at your favorite podcast site and featured on TuneIn Radio. The episode is titled "Misidentified: The Strange Case of Captain Walker" and is hosted by Chief Rick Stone. It is now posted at: https://content.blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/Episode_69.mp3 For a full list of all 69 episodes of NO HOME FOR HEROES: https://blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/ This episode of NO HOME FOR HEROES and many more episodes are available FOR FREE on Apple podcasts or any other popular platform where you like to listen to podcasts or on the web site at ChiefRickStone.com Enjoy!
Episode 68 of NO HOME FOR HEROES - History's Military Mysteries: Missing In Action is now available at your favorite podcast site and featured on TuneIn Radio. The episode is titled "The Navy Buried Them At Sea But No One Told the Families" and is hosted by Chief Rick Stone. It is now posted at: https://content.blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/Episode_68.mp3 For a full list of all 68 episodes of NO HOME FOR HEROES: https://blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/ This episode of NO HOME FOR HEROES and many more episodes are available FOR FREE on Apple podcasts or any other popular platform where you like to listen to podcasts or on the web site at ChiefRickStone.com Enjoy!
In honor of Memorial Day, a special encore presentation of Episode 19 of NO HOME FOR HEROES - History's Military Mysteries: Missing In Action is now available at your favorite podcast site and featured on TuneIn Radio. The episode is titled "The Eternal Patrol of the USS Triton" and is hosted by Chief Rick Stone. It is now posted at: https://content.blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/Episode_19.mp3 For a full list of all 67 episodes of NO HOME FOR HEROES: https://blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/ This episode of NO HOME FOR HEROES and many more episodes are available FOR FREE on Apple podcasts or any other popular platform where you like to listen to podcasts or on the web site at ChiefRickStone.com Enjoy!
Episode 67 of NO HOME FOR HEROES - History's Military Mysteries: Missing In Action is now available at your favorite podcast site and featured on TuneIn Radio. The episode is titled "A Pearl Harbor Mystery That Had Even the Navy Confused" and is hosted by Chief Rick Stone. It is now posted at: https://content.blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/Episode_67.mp3 For a full list of all 67 episodes of NO HOME FOR HEROES: https://blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/ This episode of NO HOME FOR HEROES and many more episodes are available FOR FREE on Apple podcasts or any other popular platform where you like to listen to podcasts or on the web site at ChiefRickStone.com Enjoy!
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Episode 65 of NO HOME FOR HEROES - History's Military Mysteries: Missing In Action is now available at your favorite podcast site and featured on TuneIn Radio. The episode is titled "A China Marine Meets His Fate" and is hosted by Chief Rick Stone. It is now posted at: https://blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/ This episode of NO HOME FOR HEROES and many more episodes are available FOR FREE on Apple podcasts or any other popular platform where you like to listen to podcasts or on the web site at ChiefRickStone.com Enjoy!
Episode 64 of NO HOME FOR HEROES - History's Military Mysteries: Missing In Action is now available at your favorite podcast site and featured on TuneIn Radio. The episode is titled "Finding A Rock In An Australian Cloud - Part Two" and is hosted by Chief Rick Stone. It is now posted at: https://blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/ This episode of NO HOME FOR HEROES and many more episodes are available FOR FREE on Apple podcasts or any other popular platform where you like to listen to podcasts or on the web site at ChiefRickStone.com Enjoy!
Episode 63 of NO HOME FOR HEROES - History's Military Mysteries: Missing In Action is now available at your favorite podcast site and featured on TuneIn Radio. The episode is titled "Finding A Rock In An Australian Cloud" and is hosted by Chief Rick Stone. It is now posted at: https://blubrry.com/nohomeforheroes/ This episode of NO HOME FOR HEROES and many more episodes are available FOR FREE on Apple podcasts or any other popular platform where you like to listen to podcasts or on the web site at ChiefRickStone.com Enjoy!