Proceedings Magazine - October 1995 Vol. 121/10/1,112


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  • Commentary: It's the Future
    By Seth Cropsey
  • Commentary: Business as Usual?
    By David Evans
  • Service Academies—Critical to Our Future
    By Admiral Charles R. Larson, U.S. Navy

    During an April 1995 address at the U.S. Naval Academy's Foreign Affairs Conference, Secretary of Defense William Perry was asked, "Where will the service academies be in the 21st century?" His quick reply was, "In...

  • Naval Academy Memories
    By Edward L Beach, Jimmy Carter, John H. Dalton, John S. McCain, III, Robert C. McFarlane, and Walter M. Schirra,
  • A Face in the Yard
    By Lieutenant Colonel Anthony J. Garcia, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)

    Faces of the Naval Academy Essay Contest Winner

    Her name was Kathleen Lewis Grant, and to the young Marine with whom she shared the story of her life she came to symbolize the bond that draws graduates and...

  • A Perfect Form One
    By Commander Jim Stavridis, U.S. Navy

    Faces of the Naval Academy Essay Contest First Honorable Mention

  • For Many Friends
    By Captain R. H. Smith, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    Faces of the Naval Academy Essay Contest Second Honorable Mention

    A kaleidoscope of friends, faces, and possible futures leads to one conclusion: We must keep this place.

    Commentary relating to...

  • Heroes of King Hall
    By Midshipman 1/C Richard S. Langton, U.S. Navy

    To serve 11,000 meals a day, they begin work at 0100 and don't close shop for 21 hours. In between, the professionals at King Hall exhibit unmatched teamwork and dedication to service.

  • Exchange of Place
    By Lieutenant Commander Joe Yodzis, U.S. Navy and Lieutenant Pierre Graffin, French Navy

    A U.S. and a French naval officer compare notes after completing their respective exchange duty tours at the French Ecole Navale and the U.S. Naval Academy.

    By Lieutenant Commander Joe Yodzis, U.S. Navy


  • The Rise & Decline of Coercive Statecraft
    By James Nathan
  • Keeping the Generation X Junior Officer
    By Lieutenant Hal Goetsch, USN
  • To Render Assistance
    By Commander Trueman W. Sharp, MC, USN; Captain John D. Malone, MC, USN; and Commander Joseph F. Bouchard, USN
  • The Navy Must Suppress Enemy Air Defenses
    By Commander Kenneth G. Krech, USN
  • Rethinking the Ship
    By Michael Vlahos
  • Losing the Horse-holders
    By J. Robert Bost, James G. Mellis, and Philip A. Dent
  • Sea Shadow Tests Combat Systems
    By Garard J. Mayer
  • Destroyers Deliver "Urgent Fury"
    By Captain Michael C. Potter, SC, USNR
  • TQL Forum: Lessons Learned from the USS Conolly
    By James L. Gibson, Ph.D., and Captain Robert L. Holt, U.S. Navy
  • Special: London Conference Stresses Importance of Offshore Mission
    By Antony Preston
  • Professional Notes
  • Nobody Asked Me, But …
  • Book Reviews & Books of Interest
  • Republic Navies
    By Norman Polmar
  • Points of Interest
  • World Naval Developments
    By Norman Friedman
  • Combat Fleets
    By A. D. Baker III
  • Notebook
  • Lest We Forget
    By Bob Lawson
  • Comment & Discussion
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