Proceedings Magazine - March 2001 Vol. 127/3/1,177

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It's About Accountability
World Naval Developments: New Theories on the Kursk Disaster
Comment and Discussion
World Navies in Review
Beyond the Horizon: Regional Security for Asia-Pacific
Small Navies Have a Future
Protecting Bangladesh
International Navies Photo Contest Winners
Maritime Partnership for Peace Seeks Interoperability & Stability
Croatian Phiblex 2000 Storms New Ground
Royal Australian Navy: On Course for the 21st Century
Democracy and Sea Power in Nigeria
Russia's Waste: A Catastrophe Waiting to Happen?
The Kursk's Uneasy Legacy
Naval Trends in the 21st Century
Waging War on Germs in Korea
Don't Ignore Electronic Attack
Marshaling for the Littoral Campaign
Swarm the Littorals!
Tall Tales of the Civilian World
Nobody Asked Me, But ... Restore Sea Duty to Preeminence
On a Bittersweet Adventure at Sea
Tomorrow's U.S. Fleet
Book Reviews
Nobody Asked Me, But ... Clausewitz Is Dead
Naval Systems: NavSea Interoperability Focuses on "Root Causes"
Points of Interest: The Ex-Spouse Law - Can It Be Reformed?
Lest We Forget: Attack Squadron 164 (VA-164)
Notebook
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The Kursk's Uneasy Legacy

The tragic loss of the Russian Navy's Kursk has raised the old issue of what to do about waste from nuclear accidents...

It's About Acountability

I have read the Chief of Naval Operations' all-Navy message regarding the Judge Advocate General's Manual investigation of the attack on the USS...

Lest We Forget: Attack Squadron 164 (VA-164)

Attack Squadron 164 (VA-164)

The Navy established attack squadron 164 (VA-164) on 1 September 1960 as one of two light attack...


 
 

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