Naval Naval War
Writing and Publishing Naval Historypa
Published authors will share their publishing experences and offer tips and suggestions on what publishers look for and how to get a project publishedbragr
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Demonstrations and discussion by leading game designers including Lonnie Gill, designer of General Quarters
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Archival research and West Coast naval history resources.
The West Coast has a variarity of little known but important archival naval history and maritime history resources. These will be identified and discussed in this seminar.
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Writing for the Naval Institute.
The Naval Institute has been an independent forum for nearly 150 years and is the most important medium for sharing information about naval history, sea power and this county's maritime heritage. This workshop will discuss the role of the Institute and how to participate in the forums it makes available. aph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy.
The Art of Modeling and Building Dioramas
Karl Zingheim, historian of the USS Midway Museum will showcase his work and be available to discuss modeling techniques and answer questions about doing museum quality work. aagraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy.
Thomas J. Cutler (Lt Cdr USN (ret)
Cutler, longtime Senior Acquisitions Editor for Naval Institute, currently holds the Gordon England Chair of Professional Naval Literature. He is the author of Leyte Gulf and many other works.
Gill is the author of GENERAL QUARTERS, a landmark naval war game system that has since become a standard in the hobby. Gill will be available to demonstrate and discuss naval war-gaming.
Karl Zingheim (Lt. USN ret)
Zingheim is currently Historian for the USS Midway Museum. He is an author, modeller and researcher. He will be available to discuss naval modeling and West Coast naval history resources.