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One of our most popular questions. The following Off-site links are to the official US Navy webpages for ship status. Please remember, the Navy lists ships alphabetically by their first name, so USS Charles F. Adams (DDG-2) would be listed under "C," not "A."
Another Off-site website that may help you is NavSource.
Looking for your ship's next reunion? Click here: Naval Associations and Reunions.
Looking for on-line photographs or the official history (DANFS) of your ship? Try these Off-site links.
We get numerous requests for UK and US Government information on ships, service records, crew rosters, log books, photographs, plank owner certificates, war diaries, etc. Sorry, but the Webmasters of NavWeaps do not personally own any of these kinds of documents. In order to free up our time, we have created this section that shows all the information that we have as to where and how you can get these documents. Please note, everything we know about finding this kind of information is given below, we have nothing else in this area. If you send us an Email asking for further information, we can only direct you back to this webpage.
Some libraries have copies of US Navy Cruise Books. The Department of the Navy has a very brief listing of these books plus other information at this Off-site webpage:
Photographs and other Documents
The following Off-site websites sell photos and other documents:
Questions about US Naval History
For a listing of some common US Navy questions:
For information regarding US Merchant Marine ships and personnel:
We also have a listing of USN and other Navy-related Reunion Associations that may be able to assist you. Click here: Naval Associations and Reunions.
You might also want to visit our Links site. If we know of a webpage devoted to a naval subject or ship, we show it at our Links site.
Finally, you might want to take a chance and see if anyone who visits us has what you are looking for by posting a message at our Help Bulletin Board. You should include the fact that you have already read this "Documents" page, as that will prevent responses directing you back here.