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United States Naval History: Periodicals

Air Power History. Air Force Historical Foundation. Washington: January 1989-.

Formerly Air Power Historian (September 1954- April 1959); Airpower Historian (July 1959-July 1965); Aerospace Historian (September 1965-December 1988).

All Hands. U.S. Bureau of Naval Personnel. Washington: June 1945-.

Formerly Bureau of Navigation News Bulletin (August 1922-July 1928); Bureau of Navigation Bulletin (October 1928-May 1942); Bureau of Naval Personnel Information Bulletin (June 1942-May 1945). Issues from 1922 to September 1942 mimeographed for limited distribution.

American Aviation Historical Society Journal. Redondo Beach, Calif.: Spring 1956-.

American Neptune. Peabody Museum of Salem. Salem, Mass.: January 1941-.

Antarctic Journal of the United States. U.S. National Science Foundation. Washington: January/February 1966-.

Approach: The Naval Aviation Safety Review. U.S. Naval Safety Center. Norfolk, Va.: July 1955-.

Armed Forces Journal International. Washington: February 1973-.

Formerly Army, Navy, Air Forces Journal and Register (March 17, 1962-June 27, 1964); Journal of the Armed Forces (July 8, 1964-June 29, 1968); Armed Forces Journal (July 6, 1968-January 1973), which was formed by the merger of Army, Navy, Air Force Journal (August 29, 1863- March 10, 1962); and Army, Navy, Air Force Register (December 13, 1879-March 10, 1962).

Armed Forces and Society. Chicago: The Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society, Fall 1974-.

Aviation Week and Space Technology. New York: January 11, 1960.

Originally Aviation Week, which was formed on July 7, 1947 by the merger of Aviation and Aviation News. Entitled Aviation Week, Including Space Technology (February 24, 1958-January 4, 1960).

Deckplate. Naval Sea Systems Command. Washington: 1980- .

Formerly Bureau of Ships Journal (May 1952-April 1966); Naval Ship Systems Command Technical News (May 1966-June 1974); NavSea Journal (July 1974- June 1979).

Fathom. Naval Safety Center. Norfolk, Va.: Summer 1969- .

Journal of Military History. American Military Institute. Washington: January 1989-.

Formerly Journal of the American Military History Foundation (1937-38); Journal of the American Military Institute (1939-40); Military Affairs (1941-1988).

Marine Corps Gazette. Marine Corps Assn.. Quantico, Va.: March 1916-.

Mariner's Mirror. Society for Nautical Research. London, Eng.: January 1911-.

Military Collector and Historian. Company of Military Collectors and Historians. Washington: Spring 1949- .

Vol. 1-3 issued in portfolios consisting of plates no. 1-48. Beginning with no. 49, plates used separately with title, Military Uniforms in America.

Military Review. U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. Leavenworth, Kans.: Summer 1922- .

Minerva: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military. Linda Grant DePauw. Arlington, Va.: Spring 1983-.

Naval Aviation News. U.S. Office of Naval Operations. Washington: October 1919-.

Naval Engineers Journal. American Society of Naval Engineers. Washington: February 1889-.

Formerly American Society of Naval Engineers Journal (February 1889-February 1962). Frequently has articles tracing developments in naval technology.

Naval History. U.S. Naval Institute. Annapolis: April 1987-.

Naval War College Review. U.S. Naval War College. Newport, R.I.: September 1948-.

Formerly Information Service for Officers (September 1948-June 1952).

The Navy Civil Engineer. U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command. Washington: February 1960- .

Navy Medicine. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. Washington: February 1953-.

Formerly United States Navy Medical Newsletter (February 1953-December 1969); U.S. Navy Medicine (January 1970-January 1987).

Navy Supply Corps Newsletter. Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. Washington: January 1943-.

Formerly Monthly Newsletter: Magazine of the U.S. Navy Supply Corps (January 1943-August 1965).

Navy Times. Washington: October 20, 1951-.

A weekly newspaper for the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. Formerly Army and Navy Bulletin. Absorbed Armed Forces (November 1952), and U.S. Coast Guard Magazine (August 1957).

Parameters. Carlisle, Pa.: U.S. Army War College, March 1971-

Sea Power. Navy League of the United States. Washington: 1916-.

Originally Sea Power (June 1916-July 1921), suspended August 1921-April 1935; Now Hear This (1950- March/April 1958); Navy-The Magazine of Sea Power (May 1958-August 1971).

Shipmate. U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association Annapolis: May 1938-.

Submarine Review. The Naval Submarine League. Annandale, Va.: July 1983-.

Surface Warfare. Naval Surface Weapons Center. Silver Spring, Md.: September 1975-.

U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings. Annapolis: 1874-.
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