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Each bimonthly issue of Naval History features personal stories and historic essays, full-color and vintage black-and-white pictorials, first-person reminiscences, book reviews, and in-depth looks at some of history's pivotal naval battles and missions. From the burning deck of the USS Bunker Hill . . . to the first days of WAVE training . . . and the early days of naval aviation . . . no magazine covers naval history more personally or dramatically than Naval History. Recently redesigned by National Geographic's former art director, each issue offers historical essays, book reviews, museum reports, pictorials, oral histories, and personal profiles.
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