Tag Archives: U.S. Navy

Naval History Inspirations

Unofficial Insignia – Liberty Cuffs and Diesel Boats Forever World War II sailors sewed hidden patches under the sleeve cuffs of their dress blue jumpers. Once on leave, they unbuttoned their “liberty cuffs” and turned them over to display colorful dragons, mermaids, dolphins (for submariners), and birds (for the “airedales” who worked on Navy aircraft). [...]

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Submarine Movies

Operation Pacific The Enemy Below Destination Tokyo Hellcats of the Navy Run Silent Run Deep

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The Navy Art Collection

From the Naval History and Heritage Command: “The Navy Art Collection has over 15,000 paintings, prints, drawings, and sculpture. It contains depictions of naval ships, personnel, and action from all eras of U.S. naval history, but due to the operation of the Combat Art Program, the eras of World War II, the Korean War, the [...]

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