Proceedings Magazine - July 2000 Vol. 126/7/1,169

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158

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  • After Kosovo: SACEUR No Longer
    by A. J. Bacevich
  • World Naval Developments: Naval Gunfire Support…from the DD-21
    by Norman Friedman
  • Comment and Discussion
  • Stop the Revolution; I Want to Get Off
    by Commander Bill Toti, USN
  • A Commander Reflects
    by General Anthony C. Zinni, USMC
  • Get the Facts on the Anthrax Vaccine
    by Lieutenant Commander Pietro D. Marghella, MSC, USN, and Major Guy Strawder, MS, USA
  • Cruise Missile Defense From the Sea?
    by Brigadier General Bruce Byrum, USMC (Ret.), and Scott Truver
  • Rethinking the Naval Postgraduate School
    by Lieutenant Commander Janice Graham, USN (Ret.)
  • A Hostile Sub Is a Joint Problem
    by Lieutenant Commander Clark V. Brigger, USN
  • Ready or Not?
    by Commander Darrel Milburn and Lieutenant Commander Jonathan Heller, USCG
  • Do We Still Need Navy CSAR?
    by Commander Gregory Rucci, USN
  • The Retention Problem No One Talks About
    by Lieutenant Commander Bryan G. McGrath, USN
  • Thorns in the Dragon's Side
    by Lieutenant Commander Michael W. Studeman, USN
  • Interview: Sebastian Junger
    by Fred Schultz
  • The Air Force Wasn't Even Close
    by Commander James Paulsen, USN
  • Vincent Astor Memorial Leadership Essay Contest First Honorable Mention: Learning to Lead the DI Way
    by Lieutenant (junior grade) Kenneth Harbaugh, USN
  • Why Play Survivor Benefit Plan Roulette?
    by Captain Gray Morrison, U.S. Naval Reserve
  • Fire Support ONLINE
    by Lieutenant Scott A. Carpenter, U.S. Navy
  • Handling the Arleigh Burkes - Part Two
    by Commander Gene Moran, U.S. Navy and Lieutenant (junior grade) Amy Morrison, U.S. Navy
  • Don't Make SWO the Default
    by Ensign Ian Scaliatine, USNR
  • Retaining Aviators Is the Issue
    by Ensign Lesley Alexander, USNR
  • The Battle of the Five Hills
    by Second Lieutenant Kathryn Hendel, USMCR
  • A Submariner to Be Remembered
    by Ensign John Peter Stevenson, USNR
  • Anthrax Vaccine Is Too Risky
    by Ensign Warren Ross, USNR
  • A Noble Recovery
    by Michael Esslinger
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... We Can't Afford to Leave the Media Alone
    by Captain K. J. Kalogiannis, U.S. Marine Corps
  • Book Reviews
  • Points of Interest: Congress Moves to Improve Military Elderly Healthcare
    by Tom Philpott
  • Combat Fleets
    by A. D. Baker III
  • Naval Systems: Dahlgren Launcher Effort Evolves for Joint Use
    by Ed Walsh
  • Lest We Forget
    by Lieutenant Commander Rick Burgess, U.S. Navy (Retired)
  • Notebook
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Remind Them: It's More Than Just a Job
    by Senior Chief Electronics Warfare Technician Robert S. Lanham, U.S. Navy
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  • Stop the Revolution; I Want to Get Off
    By Commander Bill Toti, USN

    My favorite joke is one I learned from my grandfather. It goes like this:

    A man walks into a market and inquires about the price of tomatoes. (Italian allegory usually has something to do with tomatoes.)
    The proprietor...

  • A Commander Reflects
    By General Anthony C. Zinni, USMC


    This article is a transcript of General Zinni's Robert McCormick Tribune Foundation—U.S. Naval Institute Address, March 2000.

    I joined the Marines in 1961, so it's been 39 years. My retirement date is...

  • Rethinking the Naval Postgraduate School
    By Lieutenant Commander Janice Graham, USN (Ret.)

    The Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, costs the Navy much more than educating officers at any civilian university. A public-private partnership arrangement not only would be cheaper and more efficient, but...

  • The Retention Problem No One Talks About
    By Lieutenant Commander Bryan G. McGrath, USN

    The expansion of educational and economic opportunities for women in the United States has fueled the Navy's officer retention problem. There just aren't as many women today willing to make the sacrifices that come with being...

  • Interview: Sebastian Junger

     
    Just returned from Sierra Leone on assignment for Vanity Fair magazine, the freelance journalist and author of The Perfect Storm (New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1997) met recently in New York...

  • Don't Make SWO the Default
    By Ensign Ian Scaliatine, USNR

    Commander William Earl Fannin, Class of 1945, Capstone Essay Contest

    This essay contest is for first-class midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy and is named in honor of Commander William Earl Fannin, U.S. Naval...

  • Retaining Aviators Is the Issue
    By Ensign Lesley Alexander, USNR

    Commander William Earl Fannin, Class of 1945, Capstone Essay Contest

    This essay contest is for first-class midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy and is named in honor of Commander William Earl Fannin, U.S. Naval...

  • The Battle of the Five Hills
    By Second Lieutenant Kathryn Hendel, USMCR

    Commander William Earl Fannin, Class of 1945, Capstone Essay Contest

    This essay contest is for first-class midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy and is named in honor of Commander William Earl Fannin, U.S. Naval...

  • A Submariner to Be Remembered
    By Ensign John Peter Stevenson, USNR


    Commander William Earl Fannin, Class of 1945, Capstone Essay Contest

    This essay contest is for first-class midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy and is named in honor of Commander William Earl Fannin, U.S....

  • Anthrax Vaccine Is Too Risky
    By Ensign Warren Ross, USNR


    Commander William Earl Fannin, Class of 1945, Capstone Essay Contest

    This essay contest is for first-class midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy and is named in honor of Commander William Earl Fannin, U.S....


 
 

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