Proceedings Magazine - May 2001 Vol. 127/5/1,179

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140

Highlights

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  • We Have a Really Short Bench
    by Thomas B. Fargo
  • Publisher's Page
    by Tom Marfiak
  • Comment and Discussion
  • Abandon Ship!
    by Lorraine Naquin Tyler
  • Network-Centric Warfare Meets the Laws of the Navy
    by Commander Sheila Scarborough, USN
  • Bridging the Civil-Military Divide
    by Lieutenant Kenneth E. Harbaugh, USN
  • Regaining the Trust
    by Captain Sam J. Tangredi, USN
  • Interview: George F. Will
  • Change Is Possible & Imperative
    by Admiral Dennis C. Blair, USN
  • The Challenge of Prolonged Peace
    by Captain Joseph F. Bouchard, USN
  • Where Is China's Navy Headed?
    by Rear Admiral Michael McDevitt, USN (Ret.)
  • Sea Change in Shipping
    by John G. Fox
  • Admirals Strike a Blow for the Press
    by Elias P. Demetracopoulos
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Whither the National Fleet?
    by Captain Bruce Stubbs, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired)
  • Punk's War
    by Commander Ward Carroll, USN
  • The U.S. Navy In Review
    by Scott C. Truver
  • The U.S. Marine Corps in Review
    by Lieutenant Colonel Frank G. Hoffman, USMCR
  • The Coast Guard in Review
    by Vice Admiral Howard B. Thorsen, USCG (Ret.)
  • World Naval Developments: Confronting the Chinese
    by Norman Friedman
  • The U.S. Merchant Marine and Maritime Industry in Review
    by Robert H. Pouch
  • Naval Aircraft and Weapons Developments
    by David L. Parsons
  • Congressional Watch
    by Bradley Peniston
  • Notable Naval Books of 2000
    by Lieutenant Colonel Richard Seamon, USMCR (Ret.)
  • The Old Breed Passes: Tom Lea and Eugene Sledge
    by Lieutenant Colonel Brendan Greeley, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Equal Work Demands Equal Pay
    by Lieutenant James R. Lamar, U.S. Navy
  • U.S. Navy: Seeking Heroes
    by Norman Polmar
  • Naval Systems: Common Command and Decision Battles for Systems Interoperability
    by Ed Walsh
  • Combat Fleets
    by A. D. Baker III
  • Changes In U.S. Naval Forces
    by Samuel Loring Morison
  • Lest We Forget: Strike Fighter Squadron 132
    by Lieutenant Commander Rick Burgess, U.S. Navy (Retired)
  • Notebook
  • References
  • Organizational
  • Information Sources
  • Confessions of a Reformed Revolutionary
    by Bill Toti
  • Advertisements
  • Network-Centric Warfare Meets the Laws of the Navy
    By Commander Sheila Scarborough, USN

  • Interview: George F. Will

    The syndicated columnist and commentator on ABC’s Sunday morning news program This Week talked recently in his Washington office with Naval Institute editor Fred L. Schultz about several topics relating to...

  • Change Is Possible & Imperative
    By Admiral Dennis C. Blair, USN

       
    Those of us who have been involved in the requirements and design of the armed forces have the feeling that the way we have done this business over the past 40 years has about run its course....

  • Punk's War
    By Commander Ward Carroll, USN


    In this excerpt from the Naval Institute Press’s new novel, a young lieutenant known as Punk and his backseater, Spud, wrestle with where to take their fuel-starved Tomcat after a jet crashes into the aircraft...

  • World Naval Developments
    By Norman Friedman


    This satellite image taken on 4 April shows the Navy EP-3E parked on a taxiway of the Lingshui military airfield on the southeastern coast of Hainan.

  • Lest We Forget: Strike Fighter Squadron 132 (VFA-132)

    Strike Fighter Squadron 132 (VFA-132)

    Strike Fighter Squadron 132 (VFA-132) was established on 3 January 1984 at Naval Air Station Lemoore, California, as a unit of the newly established Carrier Air Wing 13 (CVW-13). VFA-132...

  • Bridging the Civil-Military Divide
    By Lieutenant Kenneth E. Harbaugh, U.S. Navy

    First Honorable Mention, Arleigh Burke Essay Contest

    Many ideas have been floated, but conspicuously absent is any plan to reinvest the military in society through domestic operations. The military is an ideal starting point...

  • Regaining the Trust
    By Captain Sam J. Tangredi, U.S. Navy

    Second Honorable Mention, Arleigh Burke Essay Contest

    Officers and sailors throughout the fleet have the impression that their senior leadership no longer has the best interests of sailors, the Navy, and the nation at heart....


 
 

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