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  3. Primary references (manuals, glossaries, etc. Wherever possible, hyperlinks between these histories and documents have been included.
  4. "Order of Battle" information compiled by the HyperWar authors. This currently includes pages for each of the ships in the U.S. Fleet; a start on pages for U.S. Army Divisions; and a smaller start on pages for U.S. Marine Corps Divisions.

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