12 new ships
- Raising The Monitor. // Weekly Reader News - Edition 4;9/20/2002, Vol. 84 Issue 4, p4
Reports on the recovery of the submerged warship Monitor at the Atlantic Ocean. Contribution of the Monitor to world history; Display of the ship's artifacts at the maritime museum; Shipbuilding features.
- Past, present and future. // All Hands;May95, Issue 937, p12
Presents illustrations of American naval ships published in the past issues of `All Hands' magazine.
- Looking ahead... // All Hands;May95, Issue 937, p14
Illustrates possible future designs of American naval ships. Includes surface effect ships; Small waterplane twin hull.
- Ships' doors. Mooney, Ray // All Hands;May95, Issue 937, p28
Presents photographs highlighting door decorations in several naval ships. Includes decorations at USS Enterprise, USS George Washington and USS Comstock; Factors that drive sailors to decorate a ship's doors.
- EVACUATION IN LIBERIA: USS Guam (LPH 9) supports Assured Response. Wagner, E. Michael // All Hands;Sep96, Issue 953, p18
The article presents information on the USS Guam (LPH 9), a naval ship, and its various operations during the evacuation efforts in Liberia.
- 1996 Battle `E' winners. // All Hands;Jul97, Issue 963, p40
Presents the winning warships in the Battle Efficiency Award in the United States. Recognition of a surface ship's sustained superior performance in an operational environment; Names of the winning ships.
- USS Cormorant commissioned. // All Hands;Jul97, Issue 963, p44
Reports that the coastal mine hunter Cormorant was commissioned at Harbor Island, Tampa, Florida. Total number of officers and crews commissioned; Cormorant as the seventh of the 12 Osprey-class ships to be built.
- THE STORY OF THE VASA. ABBINK, EMILY // dig;May2011, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p16
The article relates the story of the royal warship of Sweden called Vasa that sank at the harbor of Stockholm, Sweden before it started to sail on August 10, 1628.
- `The famous fighting ship' ends service. Towler, Blake // Naval Aviation News;Nov/Dec95, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p11
Reports that the amphibious assault ship `Tripoli' has been decommissioned. Awards and citations of the ship; Deployments.
- LCS Crew to be Hybrid Sailors. Henson, Susan // All Hands;Sep2005, Issue 1061, p6
Focuses on a training program for the first crew members of the U.S. Navy's first Littoral Combat Ship.