Proceedings Magazine - July 1996 Volume 122/7/1,121

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  • What Price Leadership?
    By Dan Howard

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  • Mrs. Boorda's Message to the Navy
    By Betty Boorda

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  • Could I Have Saved Admiral Boorda?
    By Lieutenant Colonel James G. Zumwalt, USMCR

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  • The Admiral the Reporter, and the Sailor's Wife
    By Ed Oifiey

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  • A Letter to the Plank Owners
    By Brigadier General Mark Hamilton, USA

    In another of the strange and sometimes cruel ironies that mark the course of history, the tragedy of Admiral Mike Boorda’s death very likely will be remembered as the turning point for the U.S. Navy in its course toward a much improved...

  • Give Her All You Got
    By Captain Kevin Green, USN

    Dear Commander Jones:

    I was delighted to receive your letter of introduction and hope you are finding the long command pipeline both useful and enjoyable. As the days draw you close to assumption of command you undoubtedly will have many...

  • Sell It Like It Is
    By Master Chief Boatswain's Mate Ray Bollinger, USCGR

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  • Ducks In the Desert 2010
    By Commander Steve Jarrett, USN (Retired)

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  • Keeping Up With the Revolution
    By Captain Jim Patton, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    In his final appearance before Congress prior to his retirement earlier this year as Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Bill Owens warned that—although the exploitation of high technology is critical to...

  • Fight Fast First
    By Lieutenant Colonel John A. Martin, USA, and Lieutenant Colonel Mark Gunzinger, USAF

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  • High Altitude Endurance UAVs
    By Michael L. McDaniel
    The Tier 2+ and Tier 3- unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) of the Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA), although not Navy programs, may be of great use in naval operations.

    These UAVs emerged from the High Altitude Endurance UAV...

  • Stretched Too Thin
    By Major David A. Anderson, U.S. Marine Corps

    Realigning to meet the nation’s changing needs will require a painful reorganization—to include standing down the III Marine Expeditionary Force on Okinawa—but the Marine Corps that emerges can provide...

  • Tomorrow's Fleet—Part I
    By Scott C. Truver

    Once considered the submarine of the future, the Seawolf (SSN-21) is now considered a “bridge” to the less-expensive NSSN. And for the first time in 30 years, the Navy is cooking up a new carrier design.

  • The U.S. Navy Must Re-Evaluate Its Doctrine
    By Ensign Patrick. M. Kelly, U.S. Navy

    Capstone Essay Contest

  • Carrier Aviation Faces an Uncertain Future
    By Ensign Michael Langbehn, U.S. Navy

    Capstone Essay Contest

  • SSNs Have Role in Low Intensity Conflicts
    By Ensign William C. Pritchett, U.S. Navy

    Capstone Essay Contest

  • Henry Morgan's Raid Is Relevant
    By Second Lieutenant Mark Kerber, U.S. Marine Corps

    Capstone Essay Contest

  • Submarine Officer Training: A Required Shift in Focus
    By Lieutenant John R. Hindinger, U.S. Navy

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  • 122nd Annual Meeting & Sixth Annapolis Seminar
  • Professional Notes

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  • Book Reviews & Books of Interest

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  • The U.S. Navy
    By Norman Polmar

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  • World Naval Developments
    By Norman Friedman

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  • Combat Fleets
    By A. D. Baker III

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  • Lest We Forget
    By Eric Wertheim

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  • Notebook
  • Comment & Discussion

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