Proceedings Magazine - October 2000 Vol. 126/10/1,172

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Each service stands to win—or lose—depending on what national security visions the new administration embraces. System visions favor air forces (an Air Force F-16 lines up to refuel...

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Force Structure Will Change

Each service stands to win—or lose—depending on what national security visions the new administration embraces. System visions favor...

A Plague on Both Your Houses


Since 1992, Proceedings has devoted a great deal of ink to the subject of gay people being allowed to serve...

They Must Be Sturdy


Sensor, electronics, and weapons technologies have improved dramatically since 1945, making warships deadlier than ever...

What If Kursk Had Been Ours?

When Russia lost its nuclear-propelled submarine Kursk, the U.S. Navy was engaged in a program to increase U.S. submarine escape...

Weinberger-Powell Doctrine Doesn't Cut It

Lots of folks are talking about the Weinberger-Powell Doctrine again—but what does it offer the United States today? Among other things,...

What Happened to the Kursk?

Take the Small Boat Threat Seriously


For my purposes, small boats comprise what Sir Julian Corbett called "the flotilla." In his analysis of...


 
 

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