Caveat: I am NOT a naval/marine engineer or an archaeologist. These posts cover various eras in history, many of which I have very little knowledge
Most of us are probably familiar with the canted red and blue stripe on U.S. Coast Guard vessels and aircraft. It is an internationally recognized
Essential Question: Why was the Type 93 Long Lance so dangerous? Characteristics Development Aside from the big guns of battleships, the Imperial Japanese Navy strongly
This is the start of what will hopefully be an ongoing series of blog posts on various boats, ships, and stuff that travels the seas.
Drinkers with a sailing problem…or is it the other way around? We’re taking a journey back to the days of wooden ships and iron men.
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