Proceedings Magazine - November 1957 Vol. 83/11/657

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Fifteen years ago, Robert M. Stanley of Bell Aircraft Corporation flew the United States into the jet age. The XP-59A (Navy XF2L-1) Airacomet freed American aviation of the many limitations...

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  • Naval Aviation in the Jet Age
    By Dr. Gerald E. Wheeler

    Fifteen years ago, Robert M. Stanley of Bell Aircraft Corporation flew the United States into the jet age. The XP-59A (Navy XF2L-1) Airacomet freed American aviation of the many limitations imposed by the standard reciprocating engine and...

  • Is U. S. Aid to the Orient Working?
    By Joseph Z. Reday

    There is an old sarcastic saying to the effect that “you have to know so-and-so pretty well in order to dislike him.” That is about what seems to be happening to us in the Orient. We once were a highly popular nation in this part of...

  • Recruits and Basic Leadership Opportunities
    By Captain W. J. Catlett, Jr., U. S. Navy

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  • Toward A Nuclear-Powered Seaplane
    By Commander Arthur D. Struble, U. S. Navy

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  • The Coin of Individual Dignity
    By Lieutenant Commander Keith N. Sargent, U. S. Navy

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  • The U. S. Merchant Marine And National Defense
    By Rear Admiral Walter C. Ford, U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • First Landing At The Pole
    By Chief Journalist Joseph E. Oglesby, U. S. Navy

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  • Middle East Challenge
    By Captain Brown Taylor, U. S. Navy

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  • Tsunamis, The Strangest Waves On The Sea
    By Captain Elliott B. Roberts, U. S. Coast & Geodetic Survey

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  • No Hiding Place—Off Okinawa
    By Commander J. Davis Scott, U. S. Naval Reserve

    For more than ten years this has been an untold story. Written aboard the USS Bennington (CV-20)—a member of Task Force 58- during the weeks when the Bennington was a vital part of the "Fleet That Came to Stay...

  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Professional Notes

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  • A Naval Pioneer on Puget Sound
    By Rear Admiral G. Van Deurs, U. S. Navy (Ret.)

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