Lest We Forget
- Double-Barreled Killer. // Time;1/7/1952, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p13
The article highlights the 5,500-ton U.S.S. Norfolk, the largest destroyer leader which arrived in Camden, New Jersey in January 1952.
- USS Kidd Declared an AWS Historical Welded Structure. Campbell, Susan // Welding Journal;Aug2003, Vol. 82 Issue 8, p61
Reports on the American Welding Society's designation of the U.S. navy destroyer USS Kidd as a Historical Welded Structure. History of military operations; Damages incurred during the Second World War; Ship restoration.
- USS Zumwalt. Polmar, Norman // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Aug2000, Vol. 126 Issue 8, p87
Features the Zumwalt-class destroyers of the United States Navy. Changes in warship development; Reduction of manning; Increase in firepower and propulsion; Hull design; Distinction between battleships, aircraft carriers and destroyers.
- USS Lassen Commissioned; DDG 95 Will Honor MOH Hero Williams. Burgess, Richard R. // Sea Power;Jul2001, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p21
Focuses on the commissioning ceremonies of the USS Lassen, an Arleigh Burke-class Aegis guided-missile destroyer, in Florida in 2001. Commandant for the ship; Speakers during the commissioning ceremonies; Manufacturer of the destroyer; Helicopter pilot with whom the destroyer was named.
- Stealthy New Look For The Navy. // Popular Mechanics;Aug2002, Vol. 179 Issue 8, p34
Reports on the construction of DDX, a family of destroyers, cruisers and combat ships for the U.S. Navy.
- Combat fleets. Baker III, A.D. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Aug99, Vol. 125 Issue 8, p93
Features news and developments concerning the combat fleets of different nations as of August 1999. Australia's first wave-piercing catamaran-hulled ship, the Royal Australian Navy's Jervis Bay; De-activation of Germany's United States-built Charles F. Adams-class guide-missile destroyer...
- Historic Fleets. Baker III, A. D. // Naval History;Jun2002, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p12
Highlights the service career of U.S. Navy Fletcher class ships. Tenure of service of John Rogers; Career of destroyer ship Cautilahuac in the Mexican Navy; Year when Consolidated Steel built the Fletcher class ships.
- The Perfect Squelch. Van Pelt, James C. // Saturday Evening Post;2/9/1952, Vol. 224 Issue 32, p73
The article presents an anecdote about a captain who became unpleased with a crew after inspecting a destroyer.
- Greetings From the Flagship. Johnson, J. W. // Saturday Evening Post;1/24/1948, Vol. 220 Issue 30, p68
The article presents an anecdote about a destroyer steaming toward an Italian shore to carry a surprise bombardment when its truck lights, running lights and battle identification lights all ablaze after someone accidentally tripped the master switch.