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Mountaineer Battlewagon

U.S.S. West Virginia (BB-48)

by Myron J. Smith Jr.

11"x8 1/2", 48 pages, 55 photos, paperback, $7.95.
ISBN 0-93126-16-6

 

 

 




U.S.S. Kidd (DD-661)

Data #1

by Robert Sumrall & Thomas F. Walkowiak

11"x8 1/2", 36 pages, 45 photos, paperback, $8.95.
ISBN 0-929521-29-3




 





American Battleships

A Pictorial History of BB-1 to BB-71 with prototypes Maine and Texas

by Max R. Newhart

The modern battleship can trace its ancestry back to the ironclads with their steam drives, turreted guns, and armored hulls. The operational history of the battleship begins with the commissioning of Texas (BB-000) on August 15, 1895.

8 1/2"x 11", 116 pages, over 133 photos, paperback, $9.95.
ISBN 1-57510-004-5

 

 

 




Keystone Battlewagon

U.S.S. Pennsylvania (BB-38)

by Myron J. Smith Jr.

11"x8 1/2", 44 pages, 53 photos, paperback, $7.95.
ISBN 0-933126-27-1

 




 

Fleet Submarines of WWII

by Tom Walkowiak

11"x8 1/2", 48 pages, 84 photos, paperback, $7.95.
ISBN 0-933126-72-7




 



 

 

American Cruisers of World War II
A Pictorial Encyclopedia

by Steve Ewing

8 1/2"x 11", 152 pages, more than 148 photos, paperback, $12.95.
ISBN 0-933126-51-4




 



 

Golden State Battlewagon
U.S.S. California (BB-44)

by Myron J. Smith Jr.

11"x8 1/2", 44 pages, 50 photos, paperback, $7.95
ISBN 0-933126-37-9



 





U.S.S. Iowa (BB-61)

Data # 3

by Robert Sumrall

11"x8 1/2", 54 pages, 94 photos, paperback, $8.95.
ISBN 0-933126-77-8

 

 

 

 


 

Free State Battlewagon
U.S.S. Maryland (BB-46)

by Myron J. Smith Jr.

11"x8 1/2", 48 pages, 66 photos, paperback, $7.95.
ISBN 0-933126-76-X


 

 




Destroyer Escorts of WWII

by Tom Walkowiak

11"x8 1/2", 50 pages, 84 photos, paperback, $9.95.
ISBN 0-933126-88-3



 

 





The Ship That Would Not Die

by F. Julian Becton, Rear Admiral, USN,
with Joseph Morschauser III

“Off Okinawa the Laffy fought off the greatest Kamikaze attack in naval History with 22 planes waiting to fireball into her . . . These chapters burst into action.” —Kirkus Reviews

6"x9", 308 pages, 30 photos, paperback, $12.95.
ISBN 0-933126-87-5

 


 




U.S.S. Cassin Young (DD-793)

A Fletcher Class Destroyer

by J. Scott Harmon

11"x8 1/2", 48 pages, 55 photos, paperback, $7.95.
ISBN 0-933126-58-1

 

 

 

 




Two Ocean Battleship

U.S.S. Nevada (BB-36)

by Harvey M. Beigel

11"x 8 1/2", 92 pages, 70, photos, paperback, $12.95.
ISBN 1-57510-098-3

 

 

 


 

U.S.S. Los Angeles (CA-135)
Cold War Sentinel

by Harvey M. Beigel

11"x 8 1/2", 60 pages, 71 photos, paperback, $9.95.
ISBN 1-57510-067-3

 

 


The “Lady Lex” and the “Blue Ghost”
A Pictorial History of the USS Lexingtons CV-2 and CV-16

by Steve Ewing

This book is a pictorial history of two of the most famous aircraft carriers of World War II. The U.S.S Lexington (CV-2) and (CV-16). (CV-2) was lost in the Battle of The Coral Sea. Its nameĀ­sake, (CV-16), was launched in 1942. It was home of naval aviation training at Pensacola, Florida for many years. It is now the U.S.S. Lexington Museum on the Bay in Corpus Christi, Texas.

11"x 8 1/2", 48 pages, 55 photos, paperback, $7.95.
ISBN 0-933126-35-2



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