F8 for command history in bash
In Windows command prompt, I can type a word and hit F8 to iterate the history of that word. For example, if I type "java ThisProgram" and then later type "java "ThatProgram" I can just enter "java" and hit F8 and it will cycle through those 2 entries and complete the statements on the command line.
I was wondering if there is anything like this in the bash shell on Linux. I know about up/down arrow keys and this is useful, but I am very used to F8.