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The Navy by William J. Holland, Jr.
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The Navy (2000)

by William J. Holland, Jr. (Editor)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0883631008, Hardcover)

Honor, courage, and commitment are more than just words to those who serve the nation as sailors in the United States Navy; they are core values. Written by an outstanding team of historians, authors, experts, and distinguished retired naval officers, The Navy is a riveting account of the U.S. Navy experience. Essays focus on naval history, today's fleet, ships and weapons, and the people who make it happen. Full-color and vintage photography, portraits, recruiting posters, and historically inspired paintings accompany the text. Past and present sailors, their families and friends, and the countless others who have been inspired by the exploits of the U.S. Navy are sure to cherish this handsome volume.

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To mark the 225th anniversary of the United States Navy, documents the ships and weaponry, campaigns, accomplishments, and people who have played a key role in its evolution and describes its present organization, mission, and life.

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