Proceedings Magazine - September 2000 Vol. 126/9/1,171

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  • Not in Our Submarines
    by Admiral Carlisle A. H. Trost, USN (Ret.)
  • World Naval Developments
    by Norman Friedman
  • Comment and Discussion
  • Saving Naval Aviation
    by Lieutenant Commander Steve Rowe, USNR
  • How to Solve Ship Torpedo Defense
    by Captain Pierre G. Vining, USN (Ret.)
  • .. . From the '30-Somethings'
    by Lieutenant Commander David C. Nystrom, USN
  • The Readiness Tango of 1998
    by Commander Clay Harris, USN
  • Let's Try a New Tack with Iraq
    by Senior Chief Electronics Warfare Technician Robert S. Lanham, USN
  • Plugging the JO Leak
    by Lieutenant (junior grade) Robert N. Halsey, USCG
  • We Were Born to Fly
    by Commander George Cornelius, USN
  • Win without Fighting
    by Lieutenant David A. Adams, USN
  • Disjointed: Just How Joint Are We?
    by Lieutenant Colonel David W. Szelowski, USMCR
  • The Vulnerability Coalitions
    by Lieutenant Colonel Michael A. O'Halloran, USMC
  • Intel Cinches Inchon
    by Major Kevin Stack, USMCR
  • Mountain Air Support Demands Special Equipment and Training
    by Anil R. Pustam
  • Reinventing Maritime Power: The Navy-Marine Corps Intranet
    by Joseph Cipriano
  • Let the Market Build Married Enlisted Housing
    by Colonel F. X. Bergmeister, U.S. Marine Corps Reserve
  • Chartering and HMAS Jervis Bay
    by Commander Robert Morrison, Commander Vaughn Rixon, and Lieutenant Commander John Dudley, Royal Australian Navy
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Regionalization Creates Confusion
    by Captain Ralph J. Dean, U.S. Naval Reserve
  • Book Reviews
  • Naval Systems: Network Software May Steer Cooperative Engagement Upgrades
    by Ed Walsh
  • Points of Interest: Military Thrift Savings Plan Scheduled to Begin in a Year
    by Tom Philpott
  • Combat Fleets
    by A. D. Baker III
  • Lest We Forget
    by Rick Burgess
  • Notebook
  • Epitaph for an Aviator: "I Told Them I Needed Training"
    by Major S. D. Danyluk, USMCR
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  • Saving Naval Aviation
    By Lieutenant Commander Steve Rowe, USNR

    The Navy has unbalanced the carrier air group's support and force-protection capabilities in favor of decks jammed with strike aircraft, essentially duplicating the Air Force's role. If naval aviation is to survive, it must be...

  • Prize Winner: Win without Fighting
    By Lieutenant David A. Adams, USN

    The U.S. armed forces have become enamored of the mythical concept of decisive force—at the expense of contemplating how best to wield military power for lasting political advantage. The services must adopt a naval...

  • Not in Our Submarines
    By Admiral Carlisle A. H. Trost

    After reading the commentary by J. Michael Brower in the June Proceedings, I concluded once again that too much has been written about women in the military—or, in this case, women in submarines—by too many people who know...


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