A Century of Service 

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The U.S. Navy on Cape Henlopen, Lewes Delaware, 1898 to 1996. 


 

 

Read Reviews

here___


TO BUY THE BOOK

go to

www.CedarTreeBooks.com

 

Or attend one of the

presentations/book-

signings listed at the bottom of the page. 



1. Early Naval

Communications

Stations____.

 

2. WW I: Naval Section Base____.

 

3. WW II:Harbor Entrance Control Post (HECP)

and Captain of the Port (COTP)____.

 

4. Cold War: Naval  

Tropospheric-Scatter 

Radio Station____.

 

5. Cold War:Navy Sound Surveillance System (SOSUS) Naval Facility (NavFac) ____.

 

6. Cold War:Terminal Building oNavFac___


7. Harbor Defense Units____


7.Reserves____



 

 

Presentations and book-signings.


Thursday 16 Oct.  6:30 PM Lewes Library


Sunday, 19 Oct. all day

Book Sale

Btry 519 Fort Miles

Cape Henlopen State

Park


Friday 14 Nov. 7:30

Overfalls Foundation

St. Peters Parish Hall

Lewes


Saturday 15 Nov. 9-3

Friends of Cape Henlopen

State Park

Book Sale

Park Officers Club

 

Comments or Questions

to

navy-cape@earthlink.net
or voicemail or text to

302-569-9259


 














The U.S. Navy maintained installations on Cape Henlopen continuously from 1898 to 1996.  (See the map below.)

 

The recently released book: A Century of Service: The U.S. Navy on Cape Henlopen, Lewes, Delaware, 1898-1996 provides the history of that naval presence. 

 

Purchasers of the book can use the user ID "reader" and the password provided on page 133 of the book (EXCEPT use 7 vice &)  to click on the _____after any installation to access pages providing additional information and pictures       

To see a news article about the Delaware Division of Parks and

Recreation unveiling a marker in front of the Biden Environmental

Conference Center commemorating these Navy sites, go here____.

To read about "Submarines at the Cape: Friend and Foe", go here____.

 

                                            Other topics coming soon.