Proceedings Magazine - March 1995 Vol. 121/3/1,105

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  • The Commanders Respond
  • International Navies Photo Contest Winners
  • Maritime Strategy in Asia Pacific
    By Commodore Sam Bateman, Royal Australian Navy (Retired)
  • Regional Security Links Japan & U.S.
    By Lieutenant Commander Tetsuro Doshita, Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force
  • For Example, See NATO
    By Captain- A. J. Goode, Canadian Navy
  • To Do and Die: War Crimes
    By Commander Jeffrey Blackett, Royal Navy
  • New Horizons for the European Navies
    By Commander Michael Consentino, Italian Navy
  • Is the Polish Navy Ready for NATO?
    By Lieutenant Commander Tomasz Szubrycht, Polish Navy
  • The Dutch Navy Has Potential
    By Lieutenant J. A. Kooistra, Royal Netherlands Navy
  • The Russians Are Here
    By Commander Barry Coombs, U.S. Navy, and Commander Les Sim, Royal Navy
  • Canadian Undersea Surveillance
    By Lieutenant Rodney R. Bickford, Canadian Navy
  • Peruvian Sailors Fight Ashore
    By Rear Admiral Fernando Casaretto Alvarado, Peruvian Navy
  • NATO's Star Rises in the Med
    By Commander Ingo Vormann, German Navy
  • Australia: A Blue-Water Tradition
    By Commander Allan du Toit, Royal Australian Navy
  • Building Warships Down Under
    By Commander R. T. Jackson, Royal New Zealand Navy
  • From Singapore's Humble Beginning
    By Lieutenant Colonel Leong Huat Goh, Republic of Singapore Navy
  • How the Egyptian Navy Fought the October War
    By Rear Admiral Ashraf M. Refaat, Egyptian Navy (Retired)
  • A Day in the Life of Air Rescue
    By Lieutenant Commander Shoki Inoue, Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force

    When the crew of a 400-ton fishing boat had a medical emergency—in typhoon-tossed waters south of Japan—Air Rescue Squadron 71 of the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force was ready for action.

    A mountain of water comes...

  • World Navies in Review
    By Antony Preston
  • Book Reviews & Books of Interest
  • The U.S. Navy
    By Norman Polmar
  • Points of Interest
    By Tom Philpott
  • World Naval Developments
    By Norman Friedman
  • Notebook
  • Lest We Forget
    By Eric Wertheim
  • Comment & Discussion
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