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Sea Classics March 2018


On the cover

After being relieved from watch, a Sailor walks across the flight deck of the USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74) at Bremerton, Washington, on 25 December 2017. (USN/Erika Kugler

OTHER FEATURES

  • WRECK  OF  THE  ALFRED  D.  SNOW
    The loss of this classic sailing ship brought out the best and the worst in humanity / by Michael D. White
  • BENHAM:  FASTEST  IN  THE  FLEET 
    After fighting some of the deadliest Pacific battles, this plucky destroyer would succumb to the Tokyo Express / by Charles H. Bogart
  • THE  RED  RIVER  SQUADRON 
    What had the potential of being one of the greatest Union victories of the Civil War ended in fiasco as human greed and corruption spelled ultimate defeat / by Dana Wegner
  • HOLMAN  PROJECTOR 
    This unusual weapon aided in protecting England’s small boats during the hazardous early days of the Second World War / by Larry L. Hothem
  • RAINBOW  SHOWS  HER  COLORS 
    This tired old cruiser was the only ship available to protect Canada’s west coast interests after the start of the Great War / by Jon D. McDermott
  • THE  GREAT  BOMBAY  EXPLOSION
    A load of high explosives combined with ignorance on their handling led to a WWII disaster / by Howard Carter
  • HITLER’S  CARRIER
    The improbable life and times of Germany’s World War Two aircraft carrier — the Graf Zeppelin / by William B. Mueller
  • T.O.C.
    This months Table of Contents