Proceedings Magazine - February 2001 Vol. 127/2/1,176

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143

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  • Strategic Agility, Operational Reach, and Tactical Flexibility
    by General James L. Jones, U.S. Marine Corps
  • World Naval Developments
    by Norman Friedman
  • Comment and Discussion
  • Tragedy Update
    by Norman Polmar
  • Top Ten Post-Cold War Myths
    by Thomas P. M. Barnett and Henry H. Gaffney Jr
  • The Navy Can't Be Their Last Resort
    by Quartermaster First Class Christopher Briem, USNR
  • An Epiphany of Sacrifice
    by Electronics Technician First Class Mark D. Cochenour II, USN
  • A Blanket for My Rack?
    by Intelligence Specialist First Class Melissa R. Milich, USNR
  • The Super Hornet Solution
    by Lieutenant Commander Don Braswell, USN
  • Airborne Electronic Attack: What's Next?
    by Commander Allan J. Assel, USN
  • Let's Take Stand-off Jamming to the Next Level
    by Captain D. H. Krieger, USN (Ret.)
  • Service before Self
    by Commander Joseph A. Gattuso Jr., USN (Ret.), and Lori Tanner
  • Manning DD-21
    by Commander John P. Cordle, USN
  • Think Dual-Capable Platforms
    by Captain James H. Patton Jr., USN (Ret.)
  • How to Capture a Rebel Warship
    by Jim Bampfield
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Don't Slam the Door on Our Youth
    by Commander Emery Haskell, U.S. Naval Reserve
  • One Helo Does NOT Fit All
    by Lieutenant Commander Mark Beddoes, U.S. Navy and Lieutenant Charles McKinney, U.S. Navy
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Search and Rescue
    by Lieutenant Christopher Bish, U.S. Coast Guard
  • PC Gaming and Simulation Supports Training
    by Captain David S. Coleman, U.S. Navy Reserve (Retired)
  • Hatch a New Breed of Gator
    by Commander T. J. McKearney, U.S. Navy (Retired)
  • Missile Defense Exposes Real Fears
    by Robert J. Peterson
  • Book Reviews
  • U.S. Coast Guard: Setting Records - the Hard Way
    by Norman Polmar
  • Oceans: Nautilus: What's in a Name?
    by Don Walsh
  • Points of Interest: Housing Allowance Reform Continues into New Year
    by Tom Philpott
  • Combat Fleets
    by A. D. Baker III
  • Lest We Forget
    by Eric Wertheim
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Why Rush Unmanned Combat Vehicles?
    by Captain Kenneth G. Krech, U.S. Navy
  • Notebook
  • Advertisements
  • Top Ten Post-Cold War Myths
    By Thomas P. M. Barnett and Henry H. Gaffney Jr.

       
    As a mobile, sea-based containment force, the U.S. Navy will continue to play an important role in the nation's foreign policy, but its missions will mirror the clustered responses in Iraq and...

  • The Navy Can't Be Their Last Resort
    By Quartermaster First Class Christopher Briem, U.S. Naval Reserve

    Recruiting is as tough as ever; it may get worse in the future. To attract today’s youth, the Navy must be ready to give sailors the educational opportunities and skills they want while they serve—instead of...

  • An Epiphany of Sacrifice
    By Electronics Technician First Class Mark D. Cochenour II, U.S. Navy

    Being a young sailor isn't easy. "In the Navy" is not the hip refrain it once was. Remembering what those who gave their lives for their country were fighting for, however, can affect profoundly even those in the...

  • A Blanket for My Rack?
    By Intelligence Specialist First Class Melissa R. Milich, U.S Naval Reserve

    Being able to keep warm when it's cold outside shouldn't be a matter of rank. Making sure that the people under your command are taken care of is a sacrifice everyone should be able to make.

    Did you study for it...

  • How to Capture a Rebel Warship
    By Jim Bampfield

    A slave working at a Charleston shipyard learned the ropes sufficiently to sneak a Confederate ship—the Planter—past Fort Sumter and into Union hands. His exploits thrust him into the national spotlight as a war hero, and...

  • Lest We Forget: Ashland (LSD-1)


    Ashland (LSD-1)

    The dock landing ship Ashland (LSD-1) was the first of a new class of amphibious warships. Commissioned on 5 June 1943, she was sent to Pearl Harbor in August. The Ashland...


 
 

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