Many of us are familiar with the great naval battles of WWII and their associated ships. Names like Missouri, Enterprise, Yorktown, Indianapolis, Yamato, Akagi, Bismarck,
*I cannot speak for every navy or coast guard in the world, so this is largely from the perspective of the U.S. Navy and U.S.
Ships In Class Ships Laid Down Launched Commissioned Decommissioned Fate Bibb (WPG-31) 15 Aug. 1935 14 Jan. 1937 10 Mar. 1937 30 Sept. 1985 Sunk
Essential Question: Why does the U.S. Coast Guard call their ships “cutters”? Have you ever wondered why the Coast Guard calls their ships “cutters”? Much
Most of the us are probably familiar with the canted red and blue stripe on U.S. Coast Guard vessels and aircraft. It is an internationally
Fog can be quite dangerous at sea. Fog hides many things, and not just supernatural-undead pirates in John Carpenter films. U.S. Coast Guard Cutter McCulloch