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

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Why Not Plug-and-Play Naval Units?
Interview: Australian Operations in East Timor
The IT-21 Advantage
The Mirror Is Cracked, Not Broken
No Silver Bullet in Missile Defense
Does Mentoring Foster Success?
Too Late fo Pearl Harbor
Life-Saving Service Left in the Cold
Whither the Lifesavers?
The Lost Picture
Coast Guard Is a Partner in Caribbean Security
It's Time for Patrol Boat Squadrons
Not My Port in a Storm
Haul Down the Subs!
Professional Notes
Book Reviews & Books of Interest
Nobody Asked Me, But ... Our Transfer Policy Works Against Us
The U.S. Navy: Realistic ASW Training
Points of Interest: Reliance on Reserves Deepens
Oceans: Diving to the Edge of Creation
Combat Fleets
World Naval Developments: Debating the Test Ban Treaty
Lest We Forget
Women Should Not Serve In Submarines
Comment & Discussion
Women Should Not Serve in Submarines

On 3 June 1999, when Secretary of the Navy Richard Danzig raised the prospect of women in submarines at the Naval Submarine League Symposium, I...

Too Late for Pearl Harbor

Few genuine mysteries remain from what is probably the most exhaustively probed event in U.S. history—the Japanese...

Coast Guard Is a Partner in Caribbean Security

Facing many of the same missions as its Caribbean counterparts, the U.S. Coast Guard—here, training with the Grenada...


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