Proceedings Magazine - May 1996 Volume 122/5/1,119

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'About Fighting and Winning Wars': An Interview with Dick Cheney

The former Secretary of Defense and now President, Chairman of the Board, and CEO of the Dallas-based Halliburton Company fielded a wide range of...

The NEW Military Professionals
The Navy's Pressure Cooker
The Year of the Rat
Reshaping U.S.-China Relations
ASW as Practiced in Birnam Wood
Moving Sea Power Ashore
Our Differing View of War
The Day It Became the Longest War

The Pentagon is a busy place, where the workday starts early-especially so, as the expression goes, if "a war is on." In that respect,...

The U.S. Navy
Vision for the Future
The U.S. Marine Corps
Why Sea Dragon?
Marine Role in Europe Changes
The U.S. Coast Guard
World Naval Developments
Sweden Launches Second AIP Submarine
Combat Fleets
The U.S. Merchant Marine and Maritime Industry
U.S. Naval Aircraft and Weapon Development
Congressional Watch
Notable Naval Books of 1995

In 1986, the "Notable Naval Books" column ended with the congratulatory observation that "these books are a small cross-section of...

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U.S. Naval Battle Force Changes
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