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The Navy Calendar
The Navy calendar is a tribute to the men and women who have fought to protect our nation, to deter aggression, and to maintain freedom of the seas. Navy and Marine Corps action over the past 239 years is represented here in full-color paintings. Significant events in naval history are listed in every month. Sales of the calendar benefit the Naval Historical Foundation. Anchor’s aweigh!
14 x 22 inches, open
Featured Paintings, Artists, Vessels and Locations:
- “USS Dallas at Dock” Monica Allen Perin; Toulon Harbor, France
- “Capture of HM Ships Cyane and Levant by the US Frigate Constitution” James Queen; Atlantic Ocean off Africa
- “USS Curtis Wilbur” Morgan Ian Wilbur; Pacific Ocean
- “River Boat #117 Under Attack at Night” John Steel; South Vietnam
- “The Cruizer Taking HMS Oxford” William Nowland Van Powell; Off Virginia Coast
- “The Battle of Midway” Robert Benney; Mid-Pacific Ocean
- “USS Iowa” Leslie Arthur Wilcox; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- “Dying Banshee” Hugh Cabot; Korea
- “Troops Going Down Landing Nets” James Turnbull; Western Pacific
- “USS Abraham Lincoln” Walter W. Bollendonk; Portsmouth, New Hampshire
- “Steam Beast” Erick Marshall Murray; Persian Gulf
- “World War I Battle Fleet Returning to New York Harbor” Henry Reuterdahl; Lower Hudson River, Manhattan, New York
The Navy Background
The Navy commissioned its first planes in 1911. From open cockpit machines to fighter jets, aircraft have played an important role in the Navy's work ever since. Sales of the calendar benefit the Naval Historical Foundation. Each month includes information about the painting and day-to-day factual briefs about naval conflicts and commissions. The paintings are drawn from the Navy's official collection at the Naval History and Heritage Command.
The Navy Calendar
This beautifully designed publication is attractive and useful, with calendar grids that have large blocks for every day of the week. The monthly calendar also includes grids for the previous and forthcoming months, to make planning more convenient. The Navy calendar opens to a generous 14 by 22 inches, nearly 10 percent larger than most other brands and includes major holidays and phases of the moon. Tide-mark Press publishes distinctive books, cards and calendars. Full-color calendar titles range from nautical, art, and landscape, to trains, planes, and gardening.