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Science And Technology Combine In Search For Underwater Resting Place Of WWII MIAs - Huffington Post


Huffington Post

Science And Technology Combine In Search For Underwater Resting Place Of WWII MIAs
Huffington Post
The people involved with the BentProp Project have individual backgrounds and skills in areas crossing over aviation, archaeology, history, navigation, photography and anthropology — all necessary ingredients to look for and find these crash sites.

What to do on a rainy day in Suffolk. Family days out to enjoy no matter what the weather - East Anglian Daily Times


East Anglian Daily Times

What to do on a rainy day in Suffolk. Family days out to enjoy no matter what the weather
East Anglian Daily Times
Help your children learn about Suffolk's disappearing coast at Suffolk Underwater Studies museum in Front Street, Orford. The museum is an active privately funded unit covering erosion, deposition and wreck and archaeology discoveries of the Suffolk ...

Festival parade to mark a rich maritime history - Shields Gazette


Shields Gazette

Festival parade to mark a rich maritime history
Shields Gazette
Councillor Alan Kerr, Deputy Leader of South Tyneside Council with responsibility for Culture and Leisure, said: “We are excited about the Summer Parade and proud it will celebrate the Borough's rich maritime history including our links to seafaring, ...

The Renaissance Man: a true national treasure - Royal Gazette


Royal Gazette

The Renaissance Man: a true national treasure
Royal Gazette
American novelist Peter Benchley, his close friend and protégé, famously described Tucker as “a walking encyclopaedia and one of the great autodidacts in the history of science — a self-taught expert on ships, coins, nautical history, underwater ...

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The Battle of Jutland is still sending signals now - Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

The Battle of Jutland is still sending signals now
Telegraph.co.uk
In 1890, the future president of the US Naval War College, Alfred Thayer Mahan, published a powerful book called The Influence of Sea Power on History. Great powers, said Mahan, are maritime nations and an army will always succumb to a naval blockade.
A century of mourning - 100 years since the Battle of JutlandTimes of Malta

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WW2 Bombs and buses 600 metres deep - HeritageDaily


HeritageDaily

WW2 Bombs and buses 600 metres deep
HeritageDaily
“The Norwegian resistance have very few vetted personnel to secure all the German soldiers and all this ordinance, and some of the stockpiles are probably booby-trapped,” said John Kjeken, a marine biologist who is studying the abandoned bombs for his ...

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Underwater Archaeology and Oil Exploration Rely on Shared Technology - Hydro International


Hydro International

Underwater Archaeology and Oil Exploration Rely on Shared Technology
Hydro International
Technologies originally developed for oil exploration have helped to reveal the location of two ancient Egyptian cities buried for over a millennium beneath the seabed in the Nile Delta. Franck Goddio is a pioneering underwater archaeologist whose ...

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In pictures: Rathlin Sound Maritime Festival attracts over 15000 visitors - Belfast Newsletter


Belfast Newsletter

In pictures: Rathlin Sound Maritime Festival attracts over 15000 visitors
Belfast Newsletter
Sponsors include Tourism Northern Ireland, Malin Waters, Rathlin Boat House Partnership, Rathlin Island Ferry Ltd, Marine Hotel Ballycastle, Naturally North Coast & Glens Market and Causeway Coast and Glens Food Network. For more information on the ...
Rathlin Sound Maritime Festival launchesCarrickfergus Times

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The Battle of Jutland reminds us that Britain relies on a strong navy to ensure its security - Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

The Battle of Jutland reminds us that Britain relies on a strong navy to ensure its security
Telegraph.co.uk
Long regarded as a tactical failure but a strategic success, Jutland occupies an uncertain place in our naval history. Certainly, Britain lost more ships and men than did Germany. This shocked a public demoralised by the carnage ... Without command of ...
Last Battle of Jutland ship to be focus of commemorationsIrish Times
Warship which survived Jutland to be opened in BelfastBelfast Newsletter
A century of mourningTimes of Malta

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China's Xi says hopes to get Philippines ties back on track - Reuters

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Reuters

China's Xi says hopes to get Philippines ties back on track
Reuters
Xi sent a message to Duterte late on Monday congratulating him on his formal election victory, and said the two countries had a long history of friendly exchanges and a deep traditional friendship, China's Foreign Ministry said. "The friendly, stable ...
Duterte's ChinaInquirer.net

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Five wrecks off Alabama helped win World War II - AL.com

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AL.com

Five wrecks off Alabama helped win World War II
AL.com
These ships were the only in our maritime history built largely by women, as most of the men from the shipyards had gone to war. While most people think of the nation's female wartime workers building airplanes and bombs, tens of thousands of women ...

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Free history tours of Toms River's downtown - Asbury Park Press

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Asbury Park Press

Free history tours of Toms River's downtown
Asbury Park Press
4. Special combination tour, featuring a shortened walking tour and a visit to the Toms River Maritime Museum. About three-quarters of a mile and takes about two hours. Starts at noon on June 18, July 30 and August 27. MORE TOMS RIVER HISTORY: Oh, ...

El Galeon visit highlights Port's maritime past - The Daily News of Newburyport

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El Galeon visit highlights Port's maritime past
The Daily News of Newburyport
The city will say goodbye to El Galeon today and rarely has a local event stimulated so much interest in maritime history. The host organization, the Custom House Maritime Museum, says it wants to sponsor annual Maritime Days in the future to keep the ...

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'Gujarat was unique in its liberal mercantile ethos' - Times of India

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'Gujarat was unique in its liberal mercantile ethos'
Times of India
This special book is dedicated to Indian maritime history which is emerging as major topic in interdisciplinary studies. "Gujarat played a creative role in many important areas of human activity for over 4,000 years. Maritime history will not make real ...

The Longest War in U.S. History - The Maritime Executive

Maritime History articles at Google News - Sun, 05/29/2016 - 19:12

The Maritime Executive

The Longest War in U.S. History
The Maritime Executive
They were the first of hundreds of thousands of Americans who served in what was the longest war in U.S. history (1959 - April 30, 1975). More than .... Amphibious readiness was a unique capability shared by the Navy and Marine Corps team in Vietnam.

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The Longest War in US History - The Maritime Executive

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The Maritime Executive

The Longest War in US History
The Maritime Executive
They were the first of hundreds of thousands of Americans who served in what was the longest war in U.S. history (1959 - April 30, 1975). More than .... Amphibious readiness was a unique capability shared by the Navy and Marine Corps team in Vietnam.

History, oddball items and even cars discovered while searching the waters of Lake Quinsigamond - MassLive.com


MassLive.com

History, oddball items and even cars discovered while searching the waters of Lake Quinsigamond
MassLive.com
Kalinowski, 62, has been doing work for Project Mishoon, an underwater archaeology project of Nipmuc Nation. The project began after a mishoon – known also as a dugout – was found in the lake. But the exploration of the depths of Lake Quinsigamond is ...

South China Sea fears grow before tribunal rules on disputed islands - The Guardian

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ABC Online

South China Sea fears grow before tribunal rules on disputed islands
The Guardian
“The US knows about its own history in south-east Asia. We will oppose the US if it stirs up any conflict in south-east Asia. But if scenarios of the .... “The White House's aversion to risk has resulted in an indecisive policy that has failed to deter ...
S China Sea case: Duterte says China must follow court rulingAsia Times
Manila's Duplicity Cannot Cover up Core IssueCRIENGLISH.com
China, Asean should join hands for peace and stability of South China SeaThe Nation
MFA China -EUobserver -ABC Online
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Hunter-gatherers roamed Florida 14500 years ago - Science News for Students


Science News for Students

Hunter-gatherers roamed Florida 14500 years ago
Science News for Students
Researchers discovered their stone tools in an underwater sinkhole. The finds may help scientists resolve ... The Page-Ladson site “is one of the best cases for pre-Clovis archaeology in the Americas,” concludes Vance Holliday. He is an archaeologist ...

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Robert Amos: Maritime Museum's smaller stage - Times Colonist

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Times Colonist

Robert Amos: Maritime Museum's smaller stage
Times Colonist
And a series of smaller displays focus attention on some of the salient chapters of our maritime history. At the moment, a small interactive presentation from Parks Canada tells the story of the 2014 discovery of the remains of the Erebus, a ship from ...

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