Naval History & Heritage Command
This website provides extensive discussion around U.S. Naval history, traditions and ceremonies, along with interesting backgrounds on the history and evolution of naval tradition.
Submarine Force Museum
Looking for a more immersive experience in what it’s like to be on a submarine? Try the U.S. Submarine Force Library & Museum in Groton, CT. Admission is free, and you’ll have the opportunity to board the USS Nautilus (SSN 571), the first nuclear powered vessel in the world.
A Brief History of Submarine Warfare
From the Naval Heritage and History Command, this piece is an excellent review of U.S. submarine development from the Turtle to today.
Current U.S. Types of Submarines
For some information about the current types of U.S. submarines at sea, this article from the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD is a great overview.
Military History of Submarine Warfare
A non-affiliated source for a longer and deeper review of submersibles in warfare, dating back to the 17th century.
Oldies but Goodies
For a more in-depth review of the early days in diving underwater, through the Holland, this is an excellent article.
Society of Sponsors
The Society of Sponsors of the United States Navy is composed of women who have taken part in the time honored tradition of christening a ship to be commissioned in the United States Navy, or a ship that sails with the Navy, supporting the fleet in some specific way.
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