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NAVADMIN 108/17, released on 3 May 2017, commemorates the centennial of World War I with focus on the 4 May 1917 arrival of six U.S. Navy destroyers in Queenstown, Ireland. 

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WWI. Now as Then: Honor, Courage, Commitment. Graphic by Merv Ortiz, National Naval Aviation Museum.

This set of graphics was created by Merv Ortiz at the National Naval Aviation Museum. Graphics are sized for Facebook and are available for free download and use:

Learn about the ships and sailors of World War I in these blogs posted on the Naval History and Heritage Command blog site The Sextant.


These downloadable infographics include information about the World War I–era Navy in the context of development of Navy technology and traditions. Click each thumbnail image to view and download the infographic.

History of Veterans Day

Evolution of the Destroyer

Evolution of Power

Evolution of the Cruiser

History of U.S. Navy Music Infographic
Evolution of Navy Music

Published: Thu Mar 08 14:08:11 EST 2018