Cold War 1 – How the American Navy Pivoted its Submarine Force to Win the Day I love this time of year. Perspectives on the achievements of the past year reign supreme in the press and on almost all manner of media. With the advances of social media, the avalanche of looking back articles will […]Read More LOOKING BACK: NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY- EIGHT is gone. (How the submarine force pivoted in 1958 to win the Cold War)
Would you do it again? As I have written before, so many people have the same reaction when you tell them that you were a Submariner. “Oh, I could never do that.” You just give them a certain smile of understanding and know that they are probably right. It takes a certain kind of crazy […]Read More Would you do it again?
When I first started the blog, life was very different… The intent was to share some ideas on lean manufacturing while celebrating the heritage of the United States Navy submarine forces. A lot of water has gone under the bow since those days. Over 260,000 views later, I find that the submarine stories have continued to […]Read More Happy Anniversary – Three years
Yesterday, two things happened for theleansubmariner.com First, thanks to a lot of visitors, we passed the 45,000 view milestone. 279 posts on 16 pages covering everything from Americana to Zombies (A-Z). Sadly, I also found out that I was banned from one of my favorite places to post Lucianne.com. The people who post there are […]Read More 45,000… it was the best of times and the worst of times