Proceedings Magazine - August 2001 Vol. 127/8/1,182

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  • Book Reviews

    Waging Modern War

    General Wesley K. Clark. New York: Public Affairs, 2001. 479 pp. Map. Photos. Index. $30.00 ($27.00).

    Reviewed by Admiral Charles S. Abbot, U.S. Navy (Retired)

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  • Transformation Is a Trap
    by Merrick Carey
  • World Naval Developments
    by Norman Friedman
  • Publisher's Page
    by Tom Marflak
  • Comment and Discussion
  • Naval Close Air Support Should Be a Priority
    by Major Tim J. MacKenzie, USMC
  • Up, Up and Away
    by Captain Charles H. Brown, USN (Ret.)
  • Thanks, R.G.
    by Lieutenant Colonel Brendan Greeley, USMC (Ret.)
  • Commanding NATO Operations from the Sea
    by Vice Admiral Mike Mullen, USN
  • Never Give Up in the War for People
    by Master Chief Anthony A Evangelista, USN
  • DD-21: Another Seawolf?
    by Captain David Lewis, USN
  • It's Time to Think as One Navy
    by Commander Mark Hagerott, USN
  • EC-121 Down!
    by Commander Richard A. Mobley, USN
  • Dead Man Walking
    by Lois Gruendl
  • Use Spot 7 on Carriers
    by Commander Anthony Vanaria, U.S. Navy, and Amy Hunger
  • Real-time Targeting: Myth or Reality?
    by Anthony R. Wells
  • Loss of Numbers Was a Punishment
    by Lieutenant Commanders Eugene and Jay Fide11, U.S. Coast Guard Reserve (Retired)
  • Deepwater or Deep Trouble
    by Thomas S. Hoback
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Want to Fix Retention? Start by Fixing Tri-Care
    by Captain Bill Toti, U.S. Navy
  • The Foglights of War
    by Captain Daryl Grissom, USMC
  • There but for the Grace of God
    by Captain Dick Couch, USNR (Ret.)
  • Book Reviews
  • U.S. Navy: Carrier Conundrum Continues
    by Norman Polmar
  • Oceans: Seeking the Bismarck
    by Don Walsh
  • Points of Interest: Rumsfeld Team Retrieves Reins of Military Medicine
    by Tom Philpott
  • Combat Fleets
    by A. D. Baker III
  • Lest We Forget
    by Eric Wertheim
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Vieques: Get Over It
    by Captain John L. Byron, U.S. Navy (Retired)
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  • Up, Up and Away
    By Captain Charles H. Brown, USN (Ret.)

    The Navy has a long history of experimenting with (and rejecting) vertical/short take-off and landing fighters. With the advent of Joint Strike Fighter (hovering at left is Boeing’s demonstrator), it is time for the Navy...

  • Thanks, R.G.
    By Lieutenant Colonel Brendan Greeley, USMC (Ret.)

    You could walk into any club on any Naval or Marine Corps air station from Breezy Point to Cubi and it would be there: that unforgettable image.

    If it was your airplane or your ship—wonderful. But no matter. It was somebody’s...

  • DD-21: Another Seawolf?
    By Captain David Lewis, USN

    The full repercussions of canceling the Seawolf (SSN-21) submarine program are just now being felt in the fleet. Can the Navy afford the consequences if DD-21 follows the same path?

  • Nobody asked me, but...: Vieques: Get Over It
    By Captain John L. Byron, USN (Ret.)

    God Bless Gordon England! In the new Secretary of the Navy's first noteworthy decision, he directed the Navy to abandon its weapons range at Vieques within two years and find a new place to train. In doing so, he got the Navy off a horribly foul...

  • Lest We Forget: USS Salamaua (CVE-96)

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    Originally named Anguilla Bay (ACV-96), the USS Salamaua (CVE-96) was reclassified as an escort carrier on 15 July 1943, receiving the name Salamaua in November 1943 for...


 
 

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