Proceedings Magazine - February 2002 Vol. 128/2/1,188

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Warning to Navigators: Geodesy & Datums Are Here

Such wonders of modern technology as the Global Positioning System (GPS) have improved nautical navigation to an incredible extent, all owing...

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Choosing the Chairman
World Naval Developments: Danes Purchase Larger Ships
Comment and Discussion
It's Not about Fun
We Always Must Be Vigilant
No More Catch Phrases, Please
Midnight in Baghdad
When Mom Wears Steel-Toed Boots
U.S. and Indian Navies Close Again
Centralization: A Prescription for Failure
Interview: Joe Galloway
Nobody Asked Me, But ... Naval Reserve Officers: Cheaper by the Dozen?
Faster "Street-to-Fleet" for Naval Aviation
A Legacy of Bravery
Urban Combat Is Complex
In Peril in New York
Coast Guard Needs Enlisted Intel Specialists
Make Performance Evaluations Work
Are Marines Soft-Pedaling Maneuver Warfare?
Warning to Navigators: Geodesy & Datums Are Here
Stop Rogue Merchant Ships
Nobody Asked Me, But ... What Is the Cost of Geographical Diversity?
Book Reviews
U.S. Navy: Updating Submarine Rescue
The DSRV System
Oceans - Seaport Security: The Impossible Dream?
Points of Interest: Pay and Benefits Gains Continued in 2001
Combat Fleets
Lest We Forget: USS Monssen
Space-Based Weapons Are Wrong
Interview: Joe Galloway

When Mom Wears Steel-Toed Boots

Juggling a fast-track Navy career with the demands of a family requires a fine sense of balance—and learning to live...

It's Not about Fun

On board our carriers in the Arabian Sea fighting the war against terrorism, and in ships throughout the fleet, sailors are...

Lest We Forget: USS Monssen (DD-798)

USS Monssen (DD-798)

Commissioned on 14 February 1944, the USS Monssen (DD-798) was destined for a life of...


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