Proceedings Magazine - January 2000 Vol. 126/1/1,163

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On Kosovo
World Naval Developments: Was Kosovo the Future?
Comment and Discussion
Cultural Changes: What Stays & What Must Go
Tomrorow's Sea Power Plays Today
The Allure of Service
Early Command: Yes, or No Thanks?
The Sooner You Can Get This Job, The Better
Keep the Big Guns
The Sailor Is the Constant
Gender and the Civil-Military Gap
Interview: Australian Chief of Navy
Piracy Is Deadlier Than Ever
Muzzling Admiral Burke
Navy Bogeys One
100 Years of Submarines
How to Evaluate Technology in the Real World
Searching for EgyptAir Flight 990
Book Reviews
NATO Navies: Hello, Sailor: Gays in the European NATO Navies
Naval Systems: Commercial Data Link Processors
Points of Interest: Slower Minority Promotions Tied to Pre-Service Education
Combat Fleets
Lest We Forget
Notebook
Nobody Asked Me, But ... Seek Performance--Not Perfection
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Cultural Changes: What Stays & What Must Go

Eight new flag officers have laid out what they believe are the central issues for the surface Navy in the coming century—such as...

Gender and the Civil-Military Gap

There appears to be a growing gap in understanding between civilian society and the U.S. military. If there is such a gap,...

Muzzling Admiral Burke

Timing is everything. When Admiral Arleigh A. Burke stated, "I don't think Russia will dare start a general nuclear war,...


 
 

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