Proceedings Magazine - November 2000 Vol. 126/11/1,173

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  • Did They Hear Me?
    by Lieutenant (junior grade) Kenneth E. Harbaugh, USN
  • World Naval Developments: Force Structures Are in Flux
    by Norman Friedman
  • Comment and Discussion
  • Terrorism Strikes the U.S. Navy
    by Norman Polmar
  • Digital Training Calls for Live Fires
    by Captain Charles M. Andrews, USMC
  • Don't Forget How to Fight
    by Captain Calvert L. Worth, USMC
  • Shots Fired from Outpost Hedy
    by Martin Russ
  • Gapped Billets Exist—Deal With It
    by Colonel Drew A. Bennett, USMC
  • IT Doesn't Run By Itself
    by Captain John V. Moloko, USMC
  • Dirty Hands and White Cake: Marine Corps Birthday at Majon-ni
    by Brigadier General Edwin H. Simmons, USMC (Ret)
  • Marine Tanks See the Light
    by Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth W. Estes, USMC (Ret.)
  • Strategic Vision Can Be Powerful
    by Don DeYoung
  • How Many Subs Do We Need?
    by Rear Admiral Al Konetzni, USN
  • Only Total Victory
    by Lieutenant Commander Llewellyn D. Lewis, USN
  • TriCare from the Inside & Out
    by Dr. Lee D. Hieb
  • Combating Terrorism
    by Lieutenant Commander Thomas Rancich, USN
  • The Missing Piece to the OMFTS Puzzle: The Quad TiltRotor (QTR)
    by Major General Richard L. Phillips, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired), and Lieutenant Colonel Mark J. Gibson, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)
  • Displacement Vessels for Our Atmospheric Ocean
    by Richard G. Van Treuren
  • SWOs Need More Hands-on Shiphandling Training
    by Lieutenant Commander Michael L. Crockett, U.S. Navy
  • Book Reviews
  • Naval Systems: Navy Tests Integrated Bridge Systems
    by Ed Walsh
  • Points of Interest: Commissaries Fight for Shoppers
    by Tom Philpott
  • Combat Fleets
    by A. D. Baker III
  • Lest We Forget
    by Lieutenant Commander Rick Burgess, U.S. Navy (Retired)
  • Notebook
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Why Should I Stay in the Navy?
    by Chief Electronics Technician Joseph T. Monaghan, U.S. Navy
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  • Combating Terrorism
    By Lieutenant Commander Thomas Rancich, USN

    Sidebar: In the Wake of the Attack on the Cole

    As the United States makes itself less vulnerable to conventional attack, our enemies will seek...

  • Terrorism Strikes the U.S. Navy
    By Norman Polmar

    A terrorist bomb ripped open the Aegis destroyer USS Cole (DDG-67) while the warship was mooring in the port of Aden about noon on 12 October. The blast tore a hole approximately 40 by 40 feet in the port side of the amidships hull,...


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