These sites provide general information about the U.S. Navy, the Navy Seals, and Navy ship deck logs. Learn the history and facts about these logs and the important role they play in chronicling certain ship activities.
Learn more about the U.S. Navy through their official website. NOTE: This site leads to social networking sites.
Look around this site if interested in enlisting and having a career in the Navy. NOTE: This site includes a Discussion Board and an option to chat live with a Navy moderator.
Learn more about the history of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, its current Commander, and the special projects they perform. NOTE: This site leads to social networking sites.
Known for their mental and physical strength, learn more about what it takes to become a U.S. Navy Seal. Follow an online exercise regiment and find out how to contact recruiters. NOTE: This site includes an unmoderated forum and user comments, as well as links to a blog.
This site describes what ship deck logs are and helps answer questions about how these communications are used.
Follow these links to learn more about specific ships, basic naval research, and how to find out the fate of certain ships.
This site describes the purpose of deck logs, vocabulary meanings, and where they are kept. NOTE: This site has links to user comments, a forum, and a chat room.
This is a resource that provides information about deck logs. It has links to answer questions including the purpose and content of deck logs and what information is not found in deck logs.
Read this article to learn more about how many of these diaries of ships have found a home at the Naval Historical Center in Washington, D.C.
Read these deck log poems written by sailors on different Naval ships.
Read select entries from the ship deck log of US LSM-87 from 1944 and 1945.
Follow these links to learn more about over 7,000 ship histories of US naval vessels, beginning in the post-1800s.
Read select entries from the ship deck log of US SLC CA-25 from December 1941 through January 1945.
Read select entries from the ship deck log of the USS Liberty. The links lead to PDF files showing hand-written accounts of attack and casualty reports.
November 02, 2009 at 10:29 |
Updated: December 18, 2012 at 17:30