Official web site of the U.S. Navy
The Mission of the Institute is to provide an independent forum for those who dare to read, think, speak, and write in order to advance the professional, literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other issues critical to national defense.
The Histories Branch researches and writes the multi-volume Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, available in many libraries in the United States and abroad. Compiled like an encyclopedia, each volume includes summary histories of U.S. Navy ships from certain sections of the alphabet. The volumes also include an assortment of appendices on small craft, dictionary entries for Confederate Navy ships and various essays related to naval ships. U.S.S. Rochester page
The Navy Log is a continuously growing National Registry of Sea Service with more than 640,000 records. You can search for shipmates or enter information about your own service or that of a loved one. You can search by Name or Duty Station.
Korean War history resources, Korean War MIA Family DNA, 2200 unit pages, KIA-MIA-POW-WIA casualty lists, Command Reports, Unit Histories, Maps
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. We also hope to help historians and researchers find information and sources not previously available through private photo collections and records donated to us by former ships personnel. We also make available to everyone public images and records found scattered in various locations Indexed in one place for easy reference.
HullNumber.com’s mission is to provide a means for shipmates to keep in touch with one another.
You will find lots of useful CPO/Navy information and links on the website. There are over 50,000 Chief email addresses in a searchable database available to CPO’s only. Lots of other CPO related information including history and traditions, anecdotes, graphics, cartoons, retirement info, a private CPO only Forum and much, much more.
“We are an all-volunteer, tax-exempt organization by, for, and about U.S. Navy cruisers and their crews. Our headquarters is located in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Formed in 1992 by seven cruiser sailors (see the ‘History’ tab), the organization has grown rapidly into a vibrant, member-oriented association with 3,300 active members. We have members who served in all 168 cruisers, the number of ‘modern’ cruisers built since the 1930’s!”
You are currently visiting the largest European US Navy website. The whole project was started in early 1999 by two German students and has since then developed into an interesting and informative source of US Navy related information.