Proceedings Magazine - April 1926 Vol. 52/4/278

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Motto: “Think in Oceans—Shoot at Sight!”—Lord John Fisher

Editor’s Note: Submitted in the Prize Essay Contest, 1926. Although not among the prize or...

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Aviation in National Defense

An address delivered before the National Republican Club of New York City, 6 February, 1926.

The sensationalism which has...

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The Cruiser

Motto: “Think in Oceans—Shoot at Sight!”—Lord John Fisher

Editor’s Note: Submitted in the Prize...

Summary of German Submarine Operations in the Various Theaters of War From 1914 to 1918

EDITOR'S NOTE: This paper is a translation made by Commander W. P. Beehler, U. S. Navy, Retired, who was our naval attache at Berlin after the...

Panama Tides

The difference in tides on the Pacific and Atlantic entrances of the Panama Canal was once a moot factor in the argu­ments of the sea level vs...

The Navigation of Columbus

Editor’s Note:—This article specifically treats of Columbus as a navi­gator; it will be remembered that an article appeared in the...

The Bent Arrow Rule

On pages 77 and 85 of the 1924 edition of Robison’s Manual of Radio Telegraphy and Telephony there appear statements of Fleming’s...

The Sleeping Giant: A World Power of the Future

When approaching Rio de Janeiro the coast line at the southward of the entrance to the harbor gives the appear­ance of a giant lying asleep on...

Naval Posture

A surgeon rather clever with the pen stated that tight­rope walkers were, by the nature of their work, gifted with almost ideal postures. In...

Navy Service Schools

In order to keep the Navy’s complement of petty officers approximately filled at all times, it has become necessary for the Navy to make...

Discussion

Post-Treaty Naval Design

(See page 2125, November, 1923, Proceedings)

Professional Notes
Notes on International Affairs

FROM FEBRUARY 3 TO MARCH 3

GERMANY AND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS

Special Session of Assembly...

Book Reviews

BOOK DEPARTMENT

The Institute Book Department will supply any obtainable naval, pro­fessional, or scientific book at...

Naval Historical Foundation

The Board of Control of the United States Naval Institute has given careful and deliberate consideration to the merits of the above referred to...

Minutes of Annual Meeting, 1925
Annual Financial Statement

 
 

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