Proceedings Magazine - August 1994 Vol. 120/8/1,098

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  • The Navy After Next
    By Secretary of the Navy John H. Dalton

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  • The Value of Being There
    By Admiral Henry H. Mauz, Jr., U.S. Navy

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  • A True Force in Readiness
    By Captain Neil C. Cams, U.S. Marine Corps, and Captain Stanton S. Coerr, U.S. Marine Corps

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  • Manning PLAN
    By Captain John E. O’Neil, Jr., U.S. Navy

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  • Why Honor?
    By Matt A. Coleman

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  • 'I Crashed on Through': An Interview with Vice Admiral John D. Bulkeley, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    Fresh from the 50th anniversary commemoration of the Normandy invasion, the World War II Medal of Honor recipient recently talked to Naval History editor Fred L. Schultz for Proceedings about his dramatic...

  • Do We Need a Few Good Men?
    By Brigadier General John C. Bahnsen, U.S. Army (Retired)

    The U.S. armed forces need to set a single standard for a job and stick to it. Not everyone can be a Ranger or a fighter pilot, but it doesn't have anything to do with gender.

  • Commentary: Time for a ". . Sea" Change
    By Admiral J. M. Boorda, U.S. Navy

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Combatant Craft Have a Role in Littoral Warfare
    By RADM George R. Worthington, USN (Ret.)

    Navy strategy in the post-Cold War period has, by default, opened the operational door wider for Naval Special Boat Squadrons, whose dual missions of Coastal Patrol and Special Warfare will be central to the Navy's future employment. The...

  • Operational Maneuver From the Sea
    By Commander Terry Pierce, U.S. Navy

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  • China's Navy Stirs
    By Lieutenant Michael G. Forsythe, U.S. Navy

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  • The Next U.S. Warship Design
    By Reuven Leopold

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  • Do We Need a Few Good Men?
    By Brigadier General John C. Bahnsen, USA (Ret.)
  • Measuring Up
    By Major L. A. Pfluke, U.S. Army

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  • A Tale of Two Bases
    By Commander Mark W. Danielson, U.S. Navy

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  • Smoke and Mirrors?
    By Captain James A. Kenney, U.S. Navy (Retired)

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  • Nobody Asked Me, But... What Do We Stand For?
    By Lieutenant Carey Matthews, U.S. Naval Reserve

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  • Professional Notes

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  • Nobody Asked Me Either, But...Gratuitous Religious Comment
    By Major David S. Jonas, U.S. Marine Corps

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  • Book Reviews & Books of Interest

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  • Other Navies: A New Measure of Naval Forces
    By Norman Polmar, Author, The Ships and Aircraft of the U.S. Fleet

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  • World Naval Developments: British Harriers Point the Way
    By Norman Friedman, Author, Naval Institute Guide to World Naval Weapons Systems

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  • Combat Fleets
    By A. D. Baker III, Editor, Combat Fleets of the World

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  • Notebook

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  • Lest We Forget
    By Bob Lawson

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