Proceedings Magazine - October 2001 Vol. 127/10/1,184

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133

Highlights

  • Leadership & Management
    By Lieutenant Jason Hudson, U.S. Naval Reserve

    Good leadership involves more than managerial skills. It's time to focus on taking care of our people.

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  • Coast Guard Has Outgrown Transportation
    by Bruce Stubbs
  • World Naval Developments
    by Norman Friedman
  • Publisher's Page
    by Tom Marfiak
  • Comment and Discussion
  • SAM Threat Over Iraq
    by Commander Walter Hudson, USN
  • Don't Forget Dedicated Mine Countermeasures
    by Lieutenant Commander Patrick A. Molenda, USN
  • A Warship with Real Innovation
    by Captain Robert F. Fox, USN (Ret.), and Captain William E. Richardson, USN (Ret.)
  • In Search of the Zero-Defects Monster
    by Lieutenant Commander Bill Hamblet, USN
  • Is Security Possible in a Globalizing World?
    by Franklin D. Kramer
  • A Team of Heroes
    by Captain Edward Masso, USNR
  • Return of the Sullivans
    by Lieutenant Commander Michael Collins, USNR
  • Did Intelligence Fail Us?
    by Rear Admiral T. A. Brooks, USN (Ret.)
  • Aviation Security Breached
    by Commander Bob Stumpf USN (Ret.)
  • Bring On the Gray War
    by Commander Ward Carroll, USN
  • Globalization Is Tested
    by Thomas P. M. Barnett
  • The Navy Has a Stake in Space
    by Rear Admiral Rand H. Fisher, USN, and Captain Kent B. Pelot, USN (Ret.)
  • Deploying with Allies in Asia
    by Major Jonathan O. Gackle, USMC
  • Jointness Is Killing Naval Innovation
    by Captain Terry C. Pierce, USN
  • Steam Over Wind
    by Captain Terry C. Pierce, USN
  • Homeland Security Is a Coast Guard Mission
    by Commander Stephen E. Flynn, USCG
  • We Need More Civil Service Members
    by Commander Michael Morris, USNR
  • It's Not Your Father's Hornet
    by Patrick J. Finneran Jr. and Vice Admiral John Lockard, USN (Ret.)
  • Regionalization: An Insider's View
    by Captain Joseph F. Bouchard, USN
  • From Shipyard to Scrapyard
    by Gordon E. Hogg
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Base Evaluations on Professional Performance
    by Lieutenant Jeff Nowak, U.S. Navy
  • Sea Lance Ensures Access to the Littorals
    by Robert C. Harney
  • Retention Isn't About the Economy, Stupid
    by Captain L. H. Rosenberg, U.S. Navy
  • Where Is the All-Electric Navy?
    by Scott C. Truver
  • Flight Operational Quality Assurance Works
    by Captain Richard F. Healing, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), and Lieutenant Colonel Thomas R. Kovach, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)
  • New U.S. Fleet Forces Command
    by Rear Admiral Paul J. Ryan, U.S. Navy
  • NROTC Midshipmen Receive Awards
  • Leadership & Management
    by Lieutenant Jason Hudson, U.S. Naval Reserve
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Industry and Environmental Groups Should Join Forces
    by Lawrence P. Chicchelly
  • Book Reviews
  • eForum Tactical Scenario: The Battle for Charleton Sea
  • Oceans - Our Living Earth: Hydrothermal Vents on a Moving Seafloor
    by Don Walsh
  • Points of Interest: Pentagon Seeks Modest Changes in Controversial Spouse Law
    by Tom Philpott
  • Combat Fleets
    by A. D. Baker III
  • Lest We Forget: USS Haddo
    by Eric Wertheim
  • Notebook
  • Every Sailor Should Be a Rifleman
    by Russell W. Evenson
  • Advertisements
  • Comment & Discussion
  • The Navy Got It—Desert Storm's Wake-Up Call
    By Commander Thomas A. Parker, USN
  • Alone, Unarmed . . . and Unavailable
    By Commander Gerard Leygraaf, USN (Ret.)
  • Consolidate, Cut Costs . . . But Be Smart
    By Vice Admiral W. C. Bowes, USN
  • Scratch One Flattop?
    By Jim Courter, Jack Kemp, Trent Lott, and Robert Torricelli
  • Commentary: Jettison JAST—Fast
    By James L. George
  • Is Fixed-Wing CAS Worth It?
    By Lieutenant Colonel William G. Welch, USA (Ret.)
  • The Future Is Attack Helicopters
    By Lieutenant Colonel Barry M. Ford, USMC
  • Close Air Support Must Be Joint
    By Lieutenant Commander Matthew J. Faletti, USN
  • Naval Aviation and Stealth
    By Captain Dennis Krieger, USN (Ret.)
  • On Your Wing
    By Commander John B. Nichols III, USN (Ret.), with Barrett Tillman
  • JPATS Update
    By John D. Morrocco
  • Special: Peleliu 1944: Why Did We Go There?
    By Eugene B. Sledge
  • Marshall-ing Joint Leadership
    By Lieutenant Colonel Jay L. Lorenzen, USAF
  • Combined Arms, Combined Services
    By Captain Dean T. Katsiyannis, USA
  • Reengineering Combat Readiness
    By Captain Powell A. Fraser, USN
  • Tailhook: What Happened, Why & What's to be Learned
    By Colonel W. Hays Parks, USMCR (Ret.)
  • Nobody Asked Me, But …
    By Lieutenant Commander William J. Davis, Jr., U.S. Navy
  • Nobody Asked Me, But …
    By Commander R. B. Grablman, U.S. Navy
  • Professional Notes
  • Book Reviews & Books of Interest
  • Points of Interest
    By Tom Philpott
  • The U.S. Navy
    By Norman Polmar
  • World Naval Developments
    By Norman Friedman
  • Combat Fleets
    By A. D. Baker III
  • Notebook
  • Lest We Forget
    By Eric Wertheim
  • Advertisements
  • Freedom Isn't Free: Special Section in Response to Terrorist Attacks

    The title of this special section honors Commander Dan Shanower, USN, and his fellow citizens who were killed in the attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center on 11 September 2001. A life member of the Naval Institute...

  • A Team of Heroes
    By Captain Edward Masso, USNR

    Freedom Isn't Free Special Section, October 2001

    As commanding officer of the Naval Reserve Navy Command Center (NCC) Detachment 106, it is my duty to assess crises in...

  • Did Intelligence Fail Us?
    By Rear Admiral T. A. Brooks, USN (Ret.)

    Freedom Isn't Free Special Section, October 2001

    Intelligence Failure! scream the headlines. Why didn’t U.S. intelligence know that between 0900 and 1000 Eastern...

  • Aviation Security Breached
    By Commander Bob Stumpf, USN (Ret.)
  • Bring on the Gray War
    By Commander Ward Carroll, USN
  • Globalization Is Tested
    By Dr. Thomas P. M. Barnett

    Freedom Isn't Free Special Section, October 2001
       
    Globalization has taken some serious hits in recent years. Now, with the terrorist strikes in...

  • U.S. Survives Blackest Tuesday
    By Norman Friedman

    The USS Cole (DDG-67) was rolled onto Northrop Grumman’s floating drydock in Pascagoula, Mississippi. Structural replacements and repairs are complete, and the destroyer will be redelivered to the Navy next spring. The Navy...

  • Pentagon Aftermath Photo Gallery

    11 September 2001 Attack - Pentagon Aftermath

    ...
  • World Trade Center Aftermath Photo Gallery

    11 September 2001 Attack - WTC Aftermath

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  • SAM Threat over Iraq
    By Commander Walter Hudson, USN

    U.S. aircraft operating over the Iraqi no-fly zone—such as the F/A-18 Hornets of VFA-105 right, returning to the Arabian Gulf from a Southern Watch patrol—are vulnerable to increasingly sophisticated surface-to-air...

  • Homeland Security Is a Coast Guard Mission
    By Commander Stephen E. Flynn, USCG


    Defending the United States against terrorist attack—especially in vulnerable ports—is a mission that fits the Coast Guard's capabilities perfectly.

  • World Naval Developments: U.S. Survives Blackest Tuesday; Fleet Reorganization Promises Integration; Stealth Faces New Challenge
    By Norman Friedman


    The USS Cole (DDG-67) was rolled onto Northrop Grumman's floating drydock in Pascagoula, Mississippi. Structural replacements and repairs are complete, and the destroyer will be redelivered to the Navy next...

  • Publisher's Page

    As NATO and official governments offer condolences and support from around the world in the aftermath of the 11 September terrorist attack, international Naval Institute members, authors, and friends e-mailed us instantly to extend their...

  • Lest We Forget: USS Haddo (SS-255)
    By Eric Wertheim

    USS Haddo (SS-255)

    Launched on 21 June 1942 and commissioned on 9 October of that same year, the submarine USS Haddo (SS-255) was built by Electric Boat Company of Connecticut. The Haddo departed New...

  • Return of the Sullivans
    By Michael Collins


    Freedom Isn't Free Special Section, October 2001

    As commanding officer of the Naval Reserve Navy Command Center (NCC) Detachment 106, it is my duty to assess...


 
 

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