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Sea Classics  December 2016


On the cover

75th Anniversary of the Japanese Sneak Attack on America - A day That Changed The World

OTHER FEATURES

  • THE FIRST CASUALTY
    The Japanese claimed it to be an accident, but for hundreds of American Bluejackets scrambling for their lives, the attack on the USS Augusta was unmitigated / by R/ADM. C.W. SCHANTZ
  • USS PANAY: THE CLOCK STARTS TICKING
    The Japanese government called the treacherous attack on the gunboat a “mistake.” Yet for that nation’s militants, it was the start of the long path to Pearl Harbor / by Jared Dean
  • “DAMN THE TORPEDOES”: DEADLY BATTLE FOR MOBILE BAY
    The last major naval battle of the Civil War pitted courageous
    captains bent on victory / by Robert L. Trimble
  •  THE BATTLE AT X8
    The weekend boredom aboard Destroyer Tender USS Whitney would end most dramatically in the early morning hours of 7 December 1941 as the ship and her charges stood tall in an unprecedented attack against American territory / by Raymond A. Mann
  • PEARL'S  SUICIDE  "HERO GODS"
    The Imperial Japanese Navy’s force of midget submarines was less than successful during the enemy’s sneak attack on the Hawaiian bases / by Nicholas A. Veronico
  • T.O.C.
    This months Table of Contents