Proceedings Magazine - December 1999 Volume 125/12/1,162

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174

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    By J. H. Patton, Jr.
  • Interview: Australian Operations in East Timor
    Interview with Australian Chief of Navy Vice Admiral D. J. Shackleton, RAN
  • The IT-21 Advantage
    By Rear Admiral J. Cutler Dawson, Jr., Commander James M. Fordice, and Lieutenant Commander Gregory M. Harris, USN
  • The Mirror Is Cracked, Not Broken
    By Commander Erik J. Dahl, USN
  • No Silver Bullet in Missile Defense
    By Commander L. P. James, III, USN
  • Does Mentoring Foster Success?
    By W. Brad Johnson, Jennifer M. Huwe,,and Anne M. Fallow; Lieutenant Commander Rakesh Lall and Captain Elizabeth K. Holmes, Medical Service Corps, USN; and William Hall
  • Too Late fo Pearl Harbor
    By Stephen Budiansky
  • Life-Saving Service Left in the Cold
    By Captain D. A. Goward, USCG
  • Whither the Lifesavers?
    By Senior Chief Marine Science Technician Dennis L. Noble, USCG (Ret.)
  • The Lost Picture
    By Captain Vincent J. Colan, U.S. Naval Reserve (Retired)
  • Coast Guard Is a Partner in Caribbean Security
    By Eric Miller
  • It's Time for Patrol Boat Squadrons
    By Lieutenant Commander James A. Tabor, USCG
  • Not My Port in a Storm
    By Christopher A. Cook
  • Haul Down the Subs!
    By E. D. McGee and Peter J. Hanway
  • Professional Notes
  • Book Reviews & Books of Interest
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Our Transfer Policy Works Against Us
    By Lieutenant Chris Button, USCG
  • The U.S. Navy: Realistic ASW Training
    By Norman Polmar
  • Points of Interest: Reliance on Reserves Deepens
    By Tom Philpott
  • Oceans: Diving to the Edge of Creation
    By Don Walsh
  • Combat Fleets
    By A. D. Baker III
  • World Naval Developments: Debating the Test Ban Treaty
    By Norman Friedman
  • Lest We Forget
  • Notebook
  • Women Should Not Serve In Submarines
    By Richard Boyle
  • Comment & Discussion
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  • Too Late for Pearl Harbor
    By Stephen Budiansky

    Few genuine mysteries remain from what is probably the most exhaustively probed event in U.S. history—the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. One that especially has nagged historians—...

  • Coast Guard Is a Partner in Caribbean Security
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