General Naval Sources

Snyder & Short Enterprises
U.S.A.

Link: http://www.shipcamouflage.com
Accurate paint chips for WW-II navies of several nations. Also includes John Sheridan's extensive collection of reference material on US Navy WW2 camouflage.

UNC Definitions of Military Acronyms and Terms
U.S.A.

Link: http://metalab.unc.edu
Text file containing definitions of a large collection of military terms from sci.military news group. Defines many acronyms, including both US and Soviet ship class designation (e.g., CV - US aircraft carrier, TAKR - Soviet tactical aircraft-carrying cruiser). Also includes a complete list of all US aircraft carriers beginning with the Langley (CV-1) and definitions of a very large number of military acronyms. Maintained by University of North Carolina.

UNC World War II Resources
U.S.A.

Link: http://metalab.unc.edu
Archive page containing text files with extensive naval history information, including types of aircraft used by the USN and descriptions of classes of currently operational naval units. This material is part of University of North Carolina's MetaLab site. Other information related to World War II can be found elsewhere on UNC's MetaLab site at: http://metalab.unc.edu/pha

Warships - Modeling Allied Navies: 1900-1945
U.S.A.

Link: http://www.steelnavy.com
Emphasis on US Navy and Royal Navy. Listing of all resin warship models.

Warships of the World
U.S.A.

Link: http://www.warships1.com
Extensive collection of links and discussion boards related to Navies of many nations, both current and historic.