» Military - Ships & Subs - Past & Present
  • HyperWar - US Navy Ships, 1940-1945 - Index of the ships of the U.S. fleet (Navy and Coast Guard) in commission during World War II. Ships are listed by type (battleships, aircraft carriers, etc.), including the conventions for naming ships of the type, with further links to lists of individual ships by type and class, leading to individual pages for each ship which include description, history, and photo (where available)
  • Photo Archive - The simple goal of NavSource Naval History is the preservation of naval history, in the form of images and text, also to help former shipmates find each other by providing reunion and contact information
  • History of the World's Navy's - Historical naval website dedicated to the ships of the world's navy's including battleships, aircraft carrier and cruisers. Each page has a naval enthusiasts message board to be used by all guest of this website and particularly family members of crew past and present
  • US Navy Ship History - Naval history site that deals mainly with ship histories and other naval incidents and information of the Pacific Northwest
  • Howstuffworks "Navy Ships" - The Navy is based on ships and boats. There are seven different types of boats used, along with a variety of aircraft
  • U.S. Navy Ships - Information about holdings of and use of the Research Rooms of the United States National Archives and Records Administration
  • US Naval Ships - Locate Navy websites from an inventory of 10,000 ships and bases. From WW1,WW11, Korea, Vietnam, plus the Gulf war for histories, pictures, reunions, and personnel locators
  • USS Pueblo - The USS PUEBLO was a U. S. Navy vessel sent on an intelligence mission off the coast of North Korea. On January 23, 1968, the USS PUEBLO was attacked by North Korean naval vessels and MiG jets. Eighty-two surviving crew members were captured and held prisoner for 11 months. The pages on this site tell the story of the Pueblo Incident and present the USS PUEBLO Veteran's Association
  • Blow the Ballast - An educational resource for students and teachers tells the tragic but inspiring story of the USS Squalus, a pre-WWII submarine that sank in 1939. Thirty-three men trapped in its hull survived and were rescued after 39 grueling hours 243 feet below the surface, a feat never before accomplished by the US Navy
  • Great Ships - The Postcard and Ephemera Collection of Jeff Newma." Includes many of History's great ships
  • Battleship North Carolina - The official web site for the USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial located in Wilmington, North Carolina. Contains the history of all United States ships called North Carolina. North Carolina World War II memorial. In depth history of USS North Carolina, BB-55, and her participation in WWII. Complete list of officers and crew. Pictures and diagrams of the physical structure of a battleship
  • Lusitania Online - Lusitania's last captain tells his story of his last command - the story of the sinking of the R.M.S. Lusitania. She was carrying military cargo
  • Schooner Man - If you are looking for information on a schooner, brig, brigantine, bark and fully rigged tall ship start your search here

YouTube Videos
  • YouTube - Ships of the United States Navy
  • YouTube - US Aircraft Carrier Fleet Evolution - The Greatest Navy "City of Steel" Fleet
  • YouTube - Aircraft Carrier Documentary Part 1 of 3
  • YouTube - Aircraft Carrier Documentary Part 2 of 3
  • YouTube - Aircraft Carrier Documentary Part 3 of 3