Proceedings Magazine - January 1971 Vol. 97/1/815

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Prior to September 1910—when the Navy Department appointed an officer to keep abreast of world aviation developments—the U. S. Navy had manifested little interest...

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  • Naval Aviation: The Beginning
    By Thomas Ray

    Prior to September 1910—when the Navy Department appointed an officer to keep abreast of world aviation developments—the U. S. Navy had manifested little interest in aviation except to send token representation to...

  • Vital Interests and Volunteer Forces
    By Lt. Leon P. Brooks, USN

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  • Shipboard Habitability: Restricted Areas
    By Cdr. Melville]. Byington, Jr., USN

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  • Tomorrow's Warships: Their Cost and Value
    By Vice Adm. B. B. Schofield, RN (Ret.)

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  • Battle Management for Strategic Weapons Systems
    By Col. Ralph L Giddings, Jr., USA (Ret.)

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  • Two-Two-Twelve-Three: the Brand-new Ball Game
    By Capt. Sigmund Bajak, USNR

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  • Pictorial—Naval Air Reconnaissance
    Compiled by Cdr. James E. Wise, Jr., USN

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  • Remember the Rochester
    By Captain Gordon F. Ogilvie, U. S. Marine Corps (Retired)

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Book Reviews and Book List

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  • Professional Notes and Notebook

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