Naval History and Heritage Command

Naval History and Heritage Command

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Navy Reservists

Navy Reservists

US Navy reservists from units VTU-0615R, GVTU 0614R, and NCDD-206 have assisted the library with developing the Naval History and Heritage Command website. The website is consulted by a world-wide audience of many thousands of people, including naval personnel, on a monthly basis, and has received the recognition of the National Endowment of the Humanities as one of the best teaching-related resources on the Internet. Reservists must receive permission from their unit commanding officer to participate in this effort. Website development consists of digitizing (word processing and/or scanning), proofreading, and formatting electronic files. Items for website posting include subject presentations as well as individual documents and publications relating to naval and military history. In order to comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act and to make materials easy to use by researchers, the library is focused on producing text files of historic materials. Selected reservist projects include:

Al Qaeda: Statements and Evolving Ideology
Antisubmarine Information (1918)
Antisubmarine Warfare (1917)
“Brief History of the Seagoing Marines”
Islam: A Primer
Islamic Terrorism and the Balkans
V-22 Osprey Tilt-Rotor Aircraft

 

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Published: Fri Jun 03 09:31:46 EDT 2022