Proceedings Magazine - March-April 1915 Vol. 41/2/156

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The qualification of a few pilots of hydro-aeroplanes in the last three years, and the taste of experience under semi-service conditions during the late unpleasantness at Vera Cruz, have served...

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The Role of Doctrine in Naval Warfare

Prize Essay, 1915

Motto: “Let us learn to think in the same way about...

Discussion of Prize Essay, 1915

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The Work Ahead of Naval Aviation

The qualification of a few pilots of hydro-aeroplanes in the last three years, and the taste of experience under semi-service conditions during...

Discussion: The Role of Doctrine in Naval Warfare

REAR ADMIRAL BRADLEY A. FISKE, U. S. Navy.—It is to be hoped that every officer in the service will study Mr. Knox's essay, and become...

The Signal Question in the Atlantic Fleet

Since the revised and improved edition of the General Signal Book has been introduced on board the ships composing the Atlantic fleet, the...

The Exploits of the Emden

Motto: Nil desperandum

In a war of the size and extent of the Great World War, the magnitude and importance of the major operations are apt...

Loyalty

Motto: "Do the duty that lies nearest thee."—CARLYLE

The Frolic in the Baltic, 1867: A Reminiscence

Admiral Farragut came out to Cherbourg in the summer of 1867, his flag hoisted on board the steam frigate Franklin, to take command of the...

Description of the Recovery of a Bower Anchor and Fifty-Two and a Half Fathoms of Chain in Deep Water By the Battleship Michigan, Atlantic Fleet, 1911

The Atlantic fleet had been maneuvering in Cape Cod Bay under the command of Rear Admiral Schroeder, the then commander-in-chief. In the afternoon...

The Island of Guam as a Naval Base

Except as a naval base—a place from which to sail forth to "capture or destroy the enemy, fleet "—Guam has no value to the...

Naval War College Principles and Methods Applied Afloat

*Lecture delivered at the Naval War College during the summer of 1914.

The president of the Naval War College has done me the honor of...

The United States Navy in Mexico 1821-1914

CHAPTER III

WAR WITH MEXICO-THE OCCUPATION OF CALIFORNIA, 1845-1847

Notes on the Dispatch and Transit of Ships through the Panama Canal

Before entering into the details of the dispatching of ships through the canal, it will probably be well to give a. short description of the canal...

The Letters of a Retired Rear Admiral to His Son in the Navy

LETTER NO. I.—THE RETIRED LIST

 

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The Man's The Thing

I. OUR COAT DOES NOT FIT

 

The Ships of the United States Navy

AN HISTORICAL RECORD OF THOSE NOW IN SERVICE AND OF THEIR PREDECESSORS OF THE SAME NAME

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A Battery Officer's Suggestion

In preparing a battery for target practice, there are a number of small details which must be attended to, and the omission of any one may spell...

Discussion: The U. S. S. " Oneida"

(SEE PAGES 1114 AND 1118, WHOLE NO. 152)

COMMANDER RALPH EARLE, U. S. Navy.—As many people have been...

Discussion: Can the Graduation of the Compass Into Points Be Dispensed With?

(SEE PAGE 1659, WHOLE No. 154)

LIEUTENANT H. S. BABBITT, U. S. Navy.—In the very interesting article on...

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