Proceedings Magazine - January 2001 Vol. 127/1/1,175

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Hazarding the Cole
World Naval Developments
Deadly Force Is Authorized
Orienting the Corps to the Internet
When Worlds Collide
Finding the e-Navy
Reorganizing the Navy Helo Force
Wading Out of the Iraqi Quagmire
In Search of Real Leaders
Total Force—We Aren't There Yet
Desert Storm: Ten Years After
Stopped Short by Mines
Changing the Way Navy Deploys
Fire! Fire! Fire! All Hands Man Your Battle Stations!
The Need for Speed
Lessons of a Platoon Commander
Marine Corps Snaps
TAOs Must Fight at the Operational Level
Antiship Missiles Create New Challenges
Naval Postgraduate School Is in Sync with Fleet
Standardizing Material Condition Assessments
Nobody Asked Me, But ... Make My Mark Where?
Book Reviews
The U.S. Navy: State of the Fleet
Naval Systems: Transduction Revolution Might Lead to DD-21 Sonar
Points of Interest: Redux Bonus to Get Tax Breaks
Combat Fleets
Lest We Forget
The New American Way of War Continuous Transformation
Comment and Discussion
Deadly Force Is Authorized

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