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The defective Mark 14 torpedo

From duds to lethal, the Mark 14 torpedo was troublesome at first for American submariners. By Mark Carlson Lieutenant Dan Daspit, captain of the U.S...

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Tragic Surrender

The day after Pearl Harbor, a big Japanese pressure descended on the British army at Singapore and gave Britain its most humiliating defeat. By Mark Simmons On...

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Bombs, Booze, and Broads

Albert W. Boam, a former B-24 navigator, recollects his coaching, bombing the Reich, getting shot down, and surviving months in a German POW camp. By Glenn...

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NA-16 Wirraway: From Trainer to Fighter

The Australian Wirraway was pressured into a task for which it was not meant throughout World Struggle II. By Glenn Barnett By the mid-1930s many individuals...

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An American Invasion in New Zealand

U.S. Marines coaching in New Zealand for Pacific amphibious operations developed a singular and enduring bond with their gracious hosts. By Bruce M. Petty...

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The OSS and the Fourth Dimension of Warfare

John Singlaub served as a covert operative in Europe and the Pacific. Under is Bob Bergin’s interview with Singlaub, first revealed in 2008. by Bob...