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    • 360-Degree Feedback: Can We Handle the Truth?

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    • Loose Lips Can Still Sink Ships

              Commander Mike Morley, USN, and Lieutenant (j.g.) Lamar Stanley, USN 

     

    • Fusion Is More Than Cooperation

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    By Commander Henry J. Hendrix, U.S. Navy 
    A scholar of the life and times of President Theodore Roosevelt pays a centennial tribute to TRs grand scheme, the Great White Fleet. 
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      “I am glad Mahan is having such influence with your people,” wrote Roosevelt to Hermann Speck von Sternburg,

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      24. Theodore Roosevelt to Hermann Speck von Sternburg, 17 January 1898, in Theodore Roosevelt, 

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    Newspaper articles about Pearl Harbor 

    detail the destruction caused during the darkest two hours and 20 minutes in the history of the American Navy. The Japanese sneak attack of December 7, 1941, not only killed over 2,000 American sailors, it plunged the United States headlong into World War II.

     

    The attack on Pearl Harbor on that placid Sunday morning in 1941 would become a signature moment for a generation. Like the attack on the Maine and the Battle of the Alamo before it, the attack on Pearl Harbor became the rallying point for American soldiers in every theatre of combat during World War II.

     

    Although America did not enter World War II until after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the events leading up to the attack showed a growing desire for US entry into the growing conflict.

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