Naval History and Heritage Command

Naval History and Heritage Command

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Fleet History Support

The intent of the Fleet History Support Team is to educate and support the U.S. Navy’s Fleet. The team of Naval Historians that will comprise this section focus on meeting the command’s moral and practical obligations to:

  • Let those who serve today know that their sacrifice will always be remembered, honored, and valued.
  • Use the Navy’s legacy of valor and sacrifice to inspire current and future generations of Navy combat leaders and team.
  • Preserve and use hard-won historical experience (lessons learned) to better accomplish the Navy’s missions.
  • Honor those fallen in battle or lost at sea by telling their story.

The Fleet History Support Team strives to build esprit-de-corps, foster combat unit cohesion and inspire our Sailors while also acting as the Navy’s institutional memory to support decision making related to Fleets, Sailors, and Ships.

The Fleet History Support Team of the Histories Branch provides a number of services to the fleet as well as to the general public:

Members of the Fleet History Support Team

  • Dr. Anna Holloway - Team Leader

Naval Historians

  • Dr. John Sherwood
  • Mr. Robert Cressman
  • Mr. Christopher Havern
  • Mr. C. Kevin Hurst
  • Mr. Jeremiah Foster
  • Dr. Tommy Sheppard
  • Mr. Christopher Martin

Contract Historians

  • Dr. Gregory Stern

Cover of publication entitled Ensuring the Lifeline to Victory: Antisubmarine Warfare, Convoys, and Allied Cooperation in European Waters During World War I by CHristopher B. Havern Sr.

Featured Fleet History Support Publication: Ensuring the Lifeline to Victory: Antisubmarine Warfare, Convoys, and Allied Cooperation in European Waters During World War I by Christopher B. Havern, Sr.

 

This volume is available free in the following format: 508-compliant PDF (1.8 MB)

Published: Tue Mar 16 15:11:10 EDT 2021