Proceedings Magazine - May 1995 Vol. 121/5/1,107


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  • The Emerging System of Systems
    By Admiral William A. Owens, USN
  • The Navy Airship—More Ship Than Plane
    By C. E. Myers, Jr.
  • Waging Peace
    By Norman R. Augustine
  • Victory and an Uncertain Future
    By Admiral J. L. Holloway, Jr., USN (Ret.)
  • Truth Without Fear'
    By Major John Hoffman, USMC
  • The Sailor Behind the Photo
    By Irv Udoff
  • Why Sailors Are Different
    By Rear Admiral James A. Winnefeld, USN (Ret.)
  • Is Mahan Relevant?
    By Lieutenant Jeffrey R. Macris, USN
  • Take All Corners
    By Lieutenant Dennis J. Palzkill, USN
  • Who Will Do What?
    By Lieutenant Colonel Mark F. Cancian, USMCR
  • A Critical Look at Who Does What
    By Rear Admiral Thomas C. Lynch, USN
  • Where Does the Corps Go . . . Now?
    By Jeffrey Record
  • Humanitarian Intervention?
    By Lieutenant Nick Olmsted, U. S. Navy

    When it comes to armed humanitarian intervention—including operation Restore Hope in Somalia—the U.S. military can no longer be joint only; it must be international.

  • The Color Purple
    By Lawrence T. Di Rita
  • Learning Jointness
    By Colonel Lawrence B. Wilkerson, USA
  • The Joint Warfighting Center Focuses on the Brave New World
    By Lieutenant Colonel Bill G. Welch, USA (Ret.), and Major William O. Welsh III, USAF (Ret.)
  • On, Over, Under, and From the Sea
    By Frank Uhlig, Jr.
  • Last of Her Class
    By Winn B. Frank
  • The U.S. Navy in Review
    By Scott C. Truver
  • Making the Navy's Case in Somalia
    By Captain K. L. Eichelberger, USN
  • Out of Somalia: United Shield
    By Lieutenant General John H. Cushman, USA (Ret.)
  • The U.S. Marine Corps in Review
    By Major Frank G. Hoffman, USMCR
  • The U.S. Coast Guard in Review Haitian Migration Operations Were a Challenge
    By Rear Admiral Richard Appelbaum, USCG
  • The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary: Preparing for the 21st Century
    By Bill Pritchard
  • World Naval Developments in Review
    By Norman Friedman
  • The U.S. Merchant Marine and Maritime Industry in Review
    By Robert H. Pouch
  • U.S. Naval Aircraft and Weapon Development in Review
    By Floyd D. Kennedy, Jr.
  • Congressional Watch
    By Tom Philpott
  • Notable Naval Books of 1994
    By Lieutenant Commander Thomas J. Cutler, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    In the long history of civilization, a few books have proved the old adage—"the pen is mightier than the sword"—by influencing thought in such a way as to change the course of history. The Confessions of Saint...

  • Points of Interest
    By Tom Philpott
  • Reference
  • Organizational
  • Information Sources
  • Combat Fleets
    By A. D. Baker III
  • U.S. Naval Battle Force Changes
    By Samuel Loring Morison
  • Notebook
  • Lest We Forget
    By Eric Wertheim
  • Comment & Discussion
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