Proceedings Magazine - April 1962 Vol. 88/4/710

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Honorable Mention Prize Essay

When Americans think of the Pentagon, they are sure of at least four things: its immense size, staggering cost of operation, brass-encrusted inhabitants, and...

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Lone Carrier … Fact or Fancy?

A decade from now, naval history may well mark 25 November 1961 as a most significant date. It was on that day that USS Enterprise was...

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Balanced Forces or Counterforce—Does It Make a Difference?

Honorable Mention Prize Essay

When Americans think of the Pentagon, they are sure of at least four things: its immense size, staggering...

Guerrilla Warfare Is Different
Lone Carrier—Fact or Fancy?
The Titanic Disaster

Fifty years ago this month a great new ship was rushing westward through the night at 23 knots. Suddenly a lookout cried, "Iceberg dead...

Let's Anchor Our Trained Technicians!
The Fall of New Orleans
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Book Reviews & Book List
Professional Notes, Notebook and Progress
Forward Area Air Station
Remarks by Admiral George Anderson upon acceptance of the Office of President of the U. S. Naval Institute
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The Fury of the Seas (Pictorial)

 
 

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