Proceedings Magazine - October 1971 Vol. 97/10/824

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In this, the third of Mr. Ray's three-part series of articles about the dawn of Naval Aviation-the first two have appeared, respectively, in the January and July 1971 issues-the author...

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    By Capt. R. H. Smith, USN (Ret.)

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    By Jac Weller
  • Survival of the Fittest in Naval Aviation
    By Lt.Cdr. J. E. Burgess, USN
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    By Ens. H. L B. Wilder, USN
  • Physical Fitness in the Sea Services
    By Capt. Paul Morosky, USCGR
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  • Gliding Experiments at the Naval Academy
    By Captain Charles G. Halpine, U. S. Navy (Retired)
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  • Book Reviews and Book List
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  • The Naval Officer's Career—"Exigencies of the Service"
    By Capt. R. H. Smith, USN (Ret.)
  • Gibraltar: Monument to Seapower
    By Jac Weller

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  • Survival of the Fittest in Naval Aviation
    By Lt.Cdr. J. E. Burgess, USN

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  • Midshipmen’s Foreign Exchange Cruises
    By Ens. H. L. B. Wilder, USN

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  • Physical Fitness in the Sea Services
    By Capt. Paul Morosky, USCGR

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  • Pictorial—Naples Revisited
  • Gliding Experiments at the Naval Academy
    By Captain Charles G. Halpine, U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Book Reviews and Book List

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  • Professional Notes
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