THE ANCHORED ROOTS OF NAVAL HISTORY:
An Australian Visits the Navy Department Library

"Every family has a history. Every family has a story. This helps explain why you are the way you are."

1918 Chelsea Naval Aeroplane clock - rare and I have it running!  Keeps good time even after 96 years

Many people around the United States are following the ongoing crisis with Ebola. Here is an image from 1918 at the Philadelphia Naval Aircraft Factory concerning Spanish Influenza and its impact on the war effort. #factsnotfear

Let’s hope the rain doesn’t get too bad!

Shown is the 1942 flood at the Washington Navy Yard. 

(NHHC Photo #NH 82601)

It’s October - so how about a twist on a spooky science fiction story? Check out this fun fact for this Tuesday’s weekly #NavyHistoryinPopularCulture!

THE NEW NAVAL HISTORY IN THE DIGITAL FRONTIER:

Looking to the past using the digital platforms of today: an article discussing the future of naval history. 

A case for credible naval history in the digital world - an introspective article by Digital Content Developer Matthew Eng. Monday on the NHF blog.

We fight for the users. 

The funny (and punny) Art History SnapChats are a hit on the Internet. What about naval history snapchats?  You decide! A little fun for this friday before the holiday weekend.