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A Token of Appreciation for Our Vietnam Vets

By Lt. Cmdr. John Supple, Naval History and Heritage Command   Anyone who has been to a Navy Week in the last two decades knows how great it is to be a Sailor in the United States Navy. People buy you lunch. Businesses give you discounts. Pedestrians thank you, and the drivers …

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Navy Legend Vice Adm. Stockdale Led POW Resistance

By Devon Hubbard Sorlie, Communication and Outreach Division, Naval History and Heritage Command It’s been more than 50 years since then-Cmdr. Stockdale was shot down in Vietnam during his third tour. He had already flown nearly 200 combat missions during the three deployments, earned numerous awards and medals for his …

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The Legacy of Ships Named Enterprise

  by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Eric Lockwood, Naval History and Heritage Command, Communication and Outreach Division On March 6, 1822, a 12-gun schooner named Enterprise captured four pirate vessels in the Gulf of Mexico. The event is little known, not well documented, and it was one of her …

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