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Lt. Jack Taylor and the Battle of Leyte Gulf

Lt. Jack Taylor and the Battle of Leyte Gulf

This October 24th will mark the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Leyte Gulf, the largest naval battle in history and a watershed moment in World War II. The Naval Historical Foundation remembers friend and supporter Lt. Jack Taylor, who participated in the decisive battle.

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Thursday Tidings: Two Naval Anniversaries

Thursday Tidings: Two Naval Anniversaries

Thursday Tidings this week focuses on the first African American Naval Aviator, Jesse L. Brown, born on October 13th, 1926. We are also highlighting the first group of women to be commissioned on active duty in the US Navy on October 15th, 1948.

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Making Waves: Mail Call

Making Waves: Mail Call

Making Waves: Memories, Musings, and Sea Stories is our newly featured blog from the desk of our Executive Director, Rear Adm. Sonny Masso, USN (Ret.). Our latest edition is on Mail Call, check it out, make waves with us, and share your favorite memories and stories!

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Latest Issue of Our Quarterly Publication: Pull Together

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