Proceedings Magazine - November 2001 Vol. 127/11/1,185

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Needed: Civilian and Military Leaders
World Naval Developments: Striking bin Laden
Publisher's Page
Comment and Discussion
Channeling Our Outrage
Go After Them and Eliminate Them
The Fleet Is Ready
Ready for the Campaign Ahead
Coast Guard Answers 9/11 Call
Homeland Security: Impossible?
Actions We Must Take
Cashiering Freedom for Security
The Dark Side of Globalization
Who Are Our Quiet Warriors?
Forces Fighting for Enduring Freedom
An Indian View of War on Terrorism
The Faith behind the Terror
We Must Win This New War
Globalization Gets a Bodyguard
Reform Is Overdue
Legion Lessons for Today's Marines
Warfighting Brought to You by . . .
The Corps since Vietnam: Changed for the Better?
All Bleeding Stops Eventually
When Medical Support Falls Short
How Ready Are We?
National Security Depends on Deepwater
The Air Force Is Disarming Itself
A Debt of Blood
A Visit to Voi
Sensors Are the Missing Ingredient
The Future Maritime Prepositioning Force
Dog Company Defends at Dawn
UAV 101
Nobody Asked Me, But ... Force Protection Means Getting Back to Basics
Book Reviews
The U.S. Navy: Transformation, Terrorism, and the QDR
Naval Systems: Marine Corps Starts Air Command-and-Control Upgrade
Points of Interest: Reserve Families to See Better Medical Benefits
Combat Fleets
Lest We Forget: Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 531
Notebook
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Go After Them and Eliminate Them

Cashiering Freedom for Security

The United States is engaged in a war of intimidation—as both victim of and avenging angel for the events of 11 September. As the price of...

Who Are Our Quiet Warriors?

Cowinner, Marine Corps Essay Contest Legion: Lessons for Today's Marines

Cowinner, Marine Corps Essay Contest: Warfighting Brought to You by . . .

. . . several people, but most notably, an unlikely source. The groundwork for the way the U.S. Marine Corps does business was laid by none other...

National Security Depends on Deepwater

The U.S. Coast Guard, the nation's fifth armed service, faces an organizational crossroad. The key to its continued existence as an armed force...

Lest We Forget: Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 531 (VMFA-531)

Marine Fighter-Attack Squadron 531 (VMFA-531)

Marine Fighter-Attack Squadron 531 (VMFA-531) was activated at MCAS Cherry Point,...


 
 

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