Naval History Magazine - December 1998 Volume 12 Number 6

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A hit movie and a recovered hull section have perpetuated a feeding frenzy of which we are all a part.

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  • Proceedings Survey

  • Standing for Our Flag

    In the June Proceedings, Captain Eyer in his “Charting a Course” column introduced retired Navy Admiral William...

  • SURVEY RESULTS: THE TOP THREE MOST EFFECTIVE NAVAL WEAPONS EVER USED!

    # 3 The Exocet Missile 

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  • Titanic Proportions
    By Kit Bonner


    A hit movie and a recovered hull section have perpetuated a feeding frenzy of which we are all a part.

  • The Navy Falls Short at Normandy
    By Adrian R. Lewis

    A deviation from doctrine put more Allied emphasis on bombers and less on naval gunfire from ships (such as HMS Nelson) on D-Day at Normandy. The troops on the beach were the ones who suffered.
    ...

  • Why We Call a Ship a She
    By Rear Admiral Francis D. Foley, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    A salty retired U.S. Navy flag officer shuns the current trend toward political correctness.


 
 

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