Proceedings Magazine - July 1958 Vol. 84/7/665

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  • A Case for the Attack Carrier in the Missile Age
    Commander Laurence B. Green

     

    The influence of recent Soviet technological accomplishments has increased the gravity of the international situation and brought home to Americans the knowledge that our national survival is very much at stake. Since military...

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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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  • There Must Have Been a Third Ship!
    By John Carroll Carrothers

    An Analysis of the Andrea Doria-Stockholm Disaster

  • Down to the Sea in Ships'--Names
    By Captain William F. Calkins, USNR

    When the Navy launches a new vessel, many people have had a hand in the event: designers, engineers, shipfitters, draftsmen, stenographers, welders, bookkeepers, and accountants. Literally thousands of civilian and naval personnel have made their...

  • Sea Power And Limited War
    By Commander Malcolm W. Cagle, USN

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  • Was the Invasion Of Southern France A Blunder?
    By Dr. Maurice Matloff

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  • A Case For The Attack Carrier In The Missile Age
    By Commander Laurence B. Green, USN

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  • The Nation's Safety Valve
    By Lieutenant Commander D. P. Dakos, USNR

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  • A Matter Of Judgment
    By Lieutenant Theodore Taylor, USNR

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  • Exploits And End Of The Battleship Bismarck
    By Commander T. Gerhard Bidlingmaier, German Federal Navy

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  • The Lenin and the Soviet Grand Design for the Arctic
    By Lieutenant James H. Guill, USNR

    December 5, 1957, was a dark, drizzly Thursday in Leningrad, but to those huddled around the shipbuilding ways in Krylov Shipyard No. 194, it seemed as though a Communist sun was shining. The Lenin, first Soviet nuclear-powered icebreaker and the...

  • U. S. Naval Air Station, North Island (Pictorial)
  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Professional Notes

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  • The Forrestal-Class Attack Carrier
    By Captain W. D. Brinckloe, USN

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