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

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Not in Our Submarines
World Naval Developments
Comment and Discussion
Saving Naval Aviation
How to Solve Ship Torpedo Defense
.. . From the '30-Somethings'
The Readiness Tango of 1998
Let's Try a New Tack with Iraq
Plugging the JO Leak
We Were Born to Fly
Win without Fighting
Disjointed: Just How Joint Are We?
The Vulnerability Coalitions
Intel Cinches Inchon
Mountain Air Support Demands Special Equipment and Training
Reinventing Maritime Power: The Navy-Marine Corps Intranet
Let the Market Build Married Enlisted Housing
Chartering and HMAS Jervis Bay
Nobody Asked Me, But ... Regionalization Creates Confusion
Book Reviews
Naval Systems: Network Software May Steer Cooperative Engagement Upgrades
Points of Interest: Military Thrift Savings Plan Scheduled to Begin in a Year
Combat Fleets
Lest We Forget
Notebook
Epitaph for an Aviator: "I Told Them I Needed Training"
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Saving Naval Aviation

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Prize Winner: Win without Fighting


The U.S. armed forces have become enamored of the mythical concept of decisive force—at the expense of...

Not in Our Submarines

After reading the commentary by J. Michael Brower in the June Proceedings, I concluded once again that too much has been written about...


 
 

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