Sea Classics Magazine

Where History Sets Sail

Read about the world’s major sea battles and first-hand accounts from the men who fought and lived through them. From the early days of sailing vessels, to the post Cold War nuclear navies of today, Sea Classics has it all. Sea Classics offers special features including the Navy & Maritime Museum issue, a full-color warships calendar and even a holiday gift guide for the sailor in your family.

ON THE COVER:
For its day, the USS Scorpion was a potent weapon. The Skipjackclass
of nuclear subs could travel at over 30-knots and had six 21-inch torpedo
tubes capable of firing everything from WWII-vintage Mark 14 torpedoes
up to the first versions of the multi-purpose Mark 48. When the Scorpion
disappeared in 1968, the Navy panicked — could the sub have been a victim of the Soviets?

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