Accidental fires ignited three U.S. aircraft carriers during the Vietnam War, killing 206 American sailors and injuring 631 others.
A look at seven of the most infamous mutinies throughout seafaring history
U.S. Navy brought situation on itself by granting captains "letters of marque" to harass Spanish ships
‘So This Is War’—A Young Marine Officer’s Account of Days Before Pearl Harbor and the Stunning Start of Pacific Conflict
Robert D. Taplett missed Japan's sneak attack but was there for Doolittle Raid
Surgeons kept temperature, pressure, wind speed, and humidity records—but they didn't know what to do with the data
Long before it became Margaritaville, Key West was a boom town built on bad news
During the Red River Campaign, a Louisiana major kept notes on a newspaper and eventually slipped them to a Rebel general