Proceedings Magazine - May 1989 Vol. 115/5/1,035

Highlights

  • Operation Praying Mantis: The Surface View
    By Captain J. B. Perkins III, U. S. Navy

    For the escorts of Battle Group Foxtrot, preparations for the 18 April 1988 Operation Praying Mantis began in the southern California operating area ten months earlier. From this first underway period as a unit, the Battle Group Commander, Rear...

  • Notable Naval Books of 1988
    By Lieutenant Commander Thomas J. Cutler, U. S. Navy

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  • Where We Were
    By Clay Barrow
  • Requirements Drive Navy Force Levels
    By Admiral Carlisle A. H. Trost, USN
  • Gulf Ops
    By Ronald O'Rourke
  • Operation Praying Mantis: The Air View
    By Captain Bud Langston, USN, and Lieutenant Commander Don Bringle, USN
  • Operation Praying Mantis: The Surface View
    By Captain J. B. Perkins III, USN
  • The Vincennes Incident
    By Norman Friedman
  • Friend or Foe?
    By Rear Admiral Edward W. Carter III, USN (Ret.)
  • Righting the Rules of Engagement
    By Lieutenant Colonel W. Hays Parks, USMCR
  • Special Trust and Confidence
    By Colonel Harry G. Summers, USA (Ret.)
  • Excerpt: Special Trust and Confidence (1956 Proceedings)
    By Lieutenant Colonel R. D. Heinl, Jr., USMC
  • Selling the Navy’s Secrets: The Decade of the Spy
    By Norman Po/mar and Thomas B. Allen
  • Ultra and the Walkers
    By Captain Esmond D. Smith, Jr., USN
  • Busting the Navy 'Trusts'
    By Rear Admiral Stuart F. Platt, USN (Ret.)
  • Gorshkov’s Final Words: What Do They Mean? Introduction
    By Captain Steve F. Kime, USN
  • Gorshkov’s Final Words: What Do They Mean? Foreword
    By Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union S. G. Gorshkov
  • Gorshkov’s Final Words: What Do They Mean? A Nuclear War-Fighting Treatise
    By Rear Admiral Thomas A. Brooks, USN
  • Gorshkov’s Final Words: What Do They Mean? A Matter of Timing?
    By Captain Arthur K. Cebrowski, USN
  • Gorshkov’s Final Words: What Do They Mean? Hull Down on the Red Horizon
    By Captain Larry Seaquist,-USN
  • Gorshkov’s Final Words: What Do They Mean? A Uniquely Naval Design
    By Commander Robert W. Herrick, USN (Ret.)
  • The U. S. Navy in 1988
    By John F. Morton
  • The U. S. Marine Corps in 1988
    By Colonel John C. Schatfen, USMC (Ret.)
  • The Corps in 1988
    By the Honorable Ben Blaz
  • Forging Ahead...
    By the Honorable John W. Warner
  • Into the Future
    By the Honorable Sam Nunn
  • The U. S. Coast Guard in 1988
    By Captain G. Stephen Duca, USCG (Ret.)
  • The Coast Guard Auxiliary
    By Lieutenant Commander W. Russ Webster, USCG
  • The U. S. Merchant Marine and the Maritime World in 1988
    By James Asher
  • U. S. Naval Aircraft and Weapon Developments in 1988
    By Floyd D. Kennedy, Jr.
  • Congressional Watch, 1988
    By Lawrence J. Cavaiola
  • World Naval Developments
    By Norman Friedman
  • The Soviet Navy, 1988 What the Soviets Are Saying . . .
    By Captain William H. J. Manthorpe, Jr., USN (Ret.)
  • Soviet Navy Operations, 1988
    By Rear Admiral Thomas A. Brooks, USN
  • Reference: Information
  • Reference: Organization
  • Reference: Benefits
  • Information Sources
  • Pay Tables
  • Tomorrow’s Fleet
    By Scott C. Truver
  • Ships’ Status Changes
    Compiled by Fred W. Cassaday, Jr.
  • Combat Fleets
    By A. D. Baker III
  • Notable Naval Books of 1988
  • Notebook
  • Comment and Discussion
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