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

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155

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  • Balancing Star Wars and Muddy Boots
    by Mr. Robert Wilkie
  • World Naval Developments: What Happened to the Kursk?
    by Norman Friedman
  • Comment and Discussion
  • Force Structure Will Change
    by Thomas P. M. Barnett and Henry H. Gaffney Jr.
  • Weinberger-Powell Doctrine Doesn't Cut It
    by Jeffrey Record
  • A Plague on Both Your Houses
    by Andrew G. Webb
  • From the Sea ... to Cyberspace
    by Rear Admiral Dick Mayo, USN
  • Turning Information into Knowledge
    by Captain Mark Tempestilli, USN
  • They Must Be Sturdy
    by Ib S. Hansen
  • Lessons for Combined Rules of Engagement
    by Commander Mike Spence, USN
  • We Need a New Advancement System
    by Master Chief Machinist's Mate Mark Butler, USN
  • Wake-Up Call in Kosovo
    by Dr. Milan Vego
  • Launching the Real Maritime Security Force
    by Captain Bruce Stubbs, USCG (Ret.)
  • Presence with an Attitude!
    by Captain Kathy Dimaggio, USN, Lieutenant Colonel Bob Freniere, USAFR, Commanders Mark Landers and Bill Mysinger, USN, and Lieutenant Commanders Pete McVety and Mark A. Becker, USN
  • Navy Delivers the Armor
    by Senior Chief Engineman William Fagiola, USN (Ret.)
  • Outsourcing R&D—Panacea or Pipe Dream?
    by Michael L. Marshall and J. Eric Hazell
  • What If Kursk Had Been Ours?
    by Norman Polmar
  • Before They Were Stars
    by Lieutenant Commander Fred Kacher, USN
  • Blue-on-Blue in the Falklands
    by Captain Michael C. Potter, SC, USNR
  • Naval Intelligence Must Focus on Time-Critical Targeting
    by Lieutenant Commander Dan Shanower, U.S. Navy
  • Take the Small Boat Threat Seriously
    by Captain Wayne P. Hughes, Jr., U.S. Navy (Retired)
  • Reduced Manning and High-Tech Bridges Demand New Training Standards
    by Captain Brian Boyce, U.S. Navy (Retired)
  • A Mid-Course Correction for Team Coast Guard
    by Commander John Leonard, U.S. Coast Guard Reserve
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Why Isn't Junior Officer Retention Working?
    by Lieutenant Nicole Tonnessen, U.S. Navy
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Don't Forget Our Others Recruiters
    by David P. Grady
  • Book Reviews
  • Oceans: Sub Returns from Patrol - 136 Years Later
    by Don Walsh
  • Points of Interest: With No SecDef Support, Elderly Still Score Healthcare Gains
    by Tom Philpott
  • Combat Fleets
    by A. D. Baker III
  • Lest We Forget
    by Eric Wertheim
  • Notebook
  • Logistics Support Doesn't Work
    by Rowland G. Freeman, Ill
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  • Force Structure Will Change
    By Thomas P. M. Barnett and Henry H. Gaffney Jr.

    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 for a mission over Kosovo); nation-state visions...

  • A Plague on Both Your Houses
    By Andrew G. Webb


    Since 1992, Proceedings has devoted a great deal of ink to the subject of gay people being allowed to serve openly in the U.S. armed forces. Most recently, retired Navy Captain James F. Kelly Jr. wrote a...

  • They Must Be Sturdy
    By Ib S. Hansen


    Sensor, electronics, and weapons technologies have improved dramatically since 1945, making warships deadlier than ever. At the same time, however, combatants have become more susceptible to dramatic damage if hit today...

  • What If Kursk Had Been Ours?
    By Norman Polmar

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

    The U.S. Navy has had both submarine...

  • Weinberger-Powell Doctrine Doesn't Cut It
    By Jeffrey Record

    Lots of folks are talking about the Weinberger-Powell Doctrine again—but what does it offer the United States today? Among other things, the Weinberger-Powell Doctrine is simplistic and flawed, and its proponents' distinction between value...

  • What Happened to the Kursk?
    By Norman Friedman

  • Take the Small Boat Threat Seriously
    By Captain Wayne P. Hughes, Jr., U.S. Navy (Retired)


    For my purposes, small boats comprise what Sir Julian Corbett called "the flotilla." In his analysis of naval tactics at the dawn of the 20th century, Some Principles of Maritime Strategy,...


 
 

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