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Sage advice from recent recipients of naval history's most prestigious prize.
Dr. Kenneth J. Hagan and LCDR Thomas J. Cutler offer their advice to future naval historians during the close to the McMullen Naval History Symposium.
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The first in a series of articles included in The International Journal of Naval History, published digitally by the Naval Historical Foundation.
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Our first Membership Spotlight: Meriwether Ball - USNR veteran, journalist, and author.
Our membership spotlight featuring author and CorpsStories President and CEO Meriwether Ball.
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NHF staff members were on hand at the U.S. Navy Memorial this week during a special screening and Q&A session about the latest NOVA Documentary about WWII. 
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Our Digital Content Developer got to tour the Udvar-Hazy Center yesterday with the staff of NHHC's Photo Archives. Read about it more in the link below!
NHHC photo archivists recently got to go on a behind-the-scenes tour of the aircraft restoration facility at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, VA.
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This past weekend, several NHF staff members traveled down to Norfolk to attend the commissioning of USS John Warner (SSN 785) and present to the ship a very special Navy Jack signed by Warner himself.
The newest Virginia-class submarine named after the former Secretary of the Navy was christened last weekend in Norfolk, VA.
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An interesting item found in the NHF Collection in this week's Ditty Bag, by Middendorf Curator Emily Pearce.
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"The introvert iconoclast from the Ukraine [. . .] fell under the spell and aura of Queen Victoria’s grandson."
“The introvert iconoclast from the Ukraine fell under the spell and aura of Queen Victoria’s grandson.”
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Today in 1959: NASA introduced the Project Mercury astronauts to the world. Known as the Mercury Seven or Original Seven, they are (front row, left to right) Walter M. "Wally" Schirra Jr., Donald K. "Deke" Slayton, John H. Glenn Jr., M. Scott Carpenter, (back row) Alan B. Shepard Jr., Virgil I. "Gus" Grissom and L. Gordon Cooper, Jr.

Image credit: NASA
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