Photocopies excerpts from newsletters and articles focusing primarily on World War II battleship restoration.
Charles Brown was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1950. In 1968, Brown volunteered for the United States Navy, beginning a 25-year career in the military. During this time, Brown served aboard the USS Forrestal, the USS Mt. Whitney, the USS New Jersey, the USS Iowa (BB-61), the USS Wabash, and the USS Dixon.
Excerpts from The Jerseyman (Volume 1 Issue 27)
Excerpts from The Jerseyman (April, May, June 2004)
Review of USS New Jersey facts and statistics
Article: Keeping the Memory Alive: Iowa Association works to Keep Ship's Spirit Alive (from All Hands, January 1991)
Excerpts from The Big Stick: Newsletter of Historic Ships Memorial at Pacific Square (Fall 2003)
Excerpts from The Dreadnaught: Newsletter of the Battleship Texas Foundation (Volume 6, Issue 3, Spring 2004)
Excerpts from Now Hear This: Official Newsletter of the Friends of the Battleship Wisconsin (Summer 2004, Issue 4)
Excerpts from The Bridge (2004 Issue 1)
Article: The Crack in Barbette III by Richard Landgraff
Traditions of the Navy: Origins of Their Terms and Customs by Windas
Salt Shakers by Walt Munson and other cartoons
Miscellaneous articles and poems
Excerpts from The Jerseyman (3rd Quarter 2006)
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