Account of the mutiny on board the convict ship Lady Shore in 1797 from the Naval History of Great Britain.. Find out more about the voyage of the Lady Shore at Free Settler or Felon

Account of the mutiny on board the convict ship Lady Shore in 1797 from the Naval History of Great Britain.. Find out more about the voyage of the Lady Shore at Free Settler or Felon

Us Navy Ships 1898 | 1898 US Naval History - The monitor USS Puritan with deck cleared for ...

Us Navy Ships 1898 | 1898 US Naval History - The monitor USS Puritan with deck cleared for ...

CNO Naval History Essay Contest | U.S. Naval Institute

CNO Naval History Essay Contest | U.S. Naval Institute

The US Naval Academy (Annapolis, MD) -- a great tour! It is amazing to see the crypt where John Paul Jones is laid to rest, and the Naval History museum is second to none. A must see!!!

The US Naval Academy (Annapolis, MD) -- a great tour! It is amazing to see the crypt where John Paul Jones is laid to rest, and the Naval History museum is second to none. A must see!!!

Admiral David G. Farragut, circa 1863. Mathew Brady Collection. Farragut was the first man in US naval history to be a rear admiral, vice admiral and admiral. He is also noted for his order at the Battle of Mobile Bay, usually paraphrased: "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!"

Admiral David G. Farragut, circa 1863. Mathew Brady Collection. Farragut was the first man in US naval history to be a rear admiral, vice admiral and admiral. He is also noted for his order at the Battle of Mobile Bay, usually paraphrased: "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!"

Naval history is full of fatal accidents and wartime losses. Even knowing that, it's astonishing to think that, according to a United Nations report, there are more than 3 million shipwrecks on the ocean floor. Of course, most of them will languish, unexplored and invisible forever, but, fortunately for us, many of them have been cataloged and photographed. These are some of our favorites.

30 Beautifully Haunting Shipwrecks From Around the World

Naval history is full of fatal accidents and wartime losses. Even knowing that, it's astonishing to think that, according to a United Nations report, there are more than 3 million shipwrecks on the ocean floor. Of course, most of them will languish, unexplored and invisible forever, but, fortunately for us, many of them have been cataloged and photographed. These are some of our favorites.

Seventy-five years ago the U.S. Navy was waging the landmark Battle of the Coral Sea.  Courtesy of the Naval History and Heritage Command, here is an overview of that engagement, the first in history between ships that never came within sight of each other, the blows instead struck by carrier aircraft.  We will share more on the famous battle in the coming days.

Seventy-five years ago the U.S. Navy was waging the landmark Battle of the Coral Sea. Courtesy of the Naval History and Heritage Command, here is an overview of that engagement, the first in history between ships that never came within sight of each other, the blows instead struck by carrier aircraft. We will share more on the famous battle in the coming days.

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

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

African American History.

Adm. Michelle Howard becomes first four-star woman in Navy history

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