Proceedings Magazine - May 2002 Vol. 128/5/1,191

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Highlights

  • Matt Lauer Goes Back to Sea

    The anchor of NBC’s Today Show recently spent some time on board the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) – his second visit to the ship in three years – just before she came back...

  • It's Time for Universal National Service
    By Steve Cohen

    In his State of the Union message, President George W. Bush announced a new volunteer effort dubbed "Freedom Corps." The same month, Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Evan Bayh (D-IN) introduced legislation allowing shorter military...

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  • It's Time for Universal National Service
    by Steve Cohen
  • Comment and Discussion
  • Sunk Costs Sink Innovation
    by Captain Terry C. Pierce, USN
  • Learn to Love the Gap
    by Captain Sam J. Tangredi, USN
  • Navy Shortchanges Professional Education
    by Lieutenant Commander Douglas L. Edson, USN
  • A Navy Out of Balance
    by Captain John Byron, USN (Retired)
  • We Can Fix Acquisition
    by Admiral Dennis C. Blair, USN
  • The Navy Must Make Choices
    by Captain Arthur H. Barber III, USN (Ret.)
  • CEC Provides Theater Air Dominance
    by Rear Admiral Phil Balisle, USN, and Captain Tom Bush, USN
  • The Shoal Waters of Homeland Security
    by Commander Michael R. Kelley, USCG
  • Enlist the Public in Maritime Homeland
    by Captain W. Russell Webster, U.S. Coast Guard
  • The U.S. Navy in Review
    by Scott C. Truver
  • The U.S. Marine Corps in Review
    by Lieutenant Colonel Flank G. Hoffman, USMCR
  • The U.S. Coast Guard in Review
    by Vice Admiral Howard B. Thorsen, USCG (Ret.)
  • World Naval Developments: Dod Shifts to Capability-Based Procurement
    by Norman Friedman
  • The U.S. Merchant Marine and Maritime Industry
    by Robert H. Pouch
  • Naval Aircraft and Weapons Developments
    by David L. Parsons
  • Congressional Watch
    by Bradley Peniston
  • Notable Naval Books of 2001
    by Lieutenant Colonel Richard Seamon, USMCR (Ret.)
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Don't Punish the Path Less Taken
    by Lieutenant Commander Roger Pyle, U.S. Navy
  • Flag and General Officers and Senior Enlisted Leaders of the Naval Services
  • Information Sources
  • Changes in Naval Battle Forces
    by Samuel Loring Morison
  • Matt Lauer Goes Back to Sea
    by Fred Schultz
  • Naval Systems: Aegis Open Architecture Steers toward Common Baseline
    by Ed Walsh
  • Combat Fleets
    by A. D. Baker III
  • Lest We Forget: Airborne Early Warning Barrier Squadron Pacific (AEWBarRonpac)
    by Lieutenant Commander Rick Burgess, U.S. Navy (Retired
  • Notebook
  • Coast Guard Pub One Is Our Doctrine
    by James M. Loy
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  • CEC Provides Theater Air Dominance
    By Rear Admiral Phil Balisle, USN, and Captain Tom Bush, USN

    The cooperative engagement capability nets together sensors and fire control systems to counter both aircraft and increasingly capable missiles today—and offers the potential for a joint tracking network to enable a...

  • Sunk Costs Sink Innovation
    By Captain Terry C. Pierce, USN

    The tactical component network could be a great leap forward in linking warfighting forces—if given a chance.

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  • We Can Fix Acquisition
    By Admiral Dennis C. Blair, USN


    Transformation means continuous change and requires continuous experimentation, but the current acquisition system is out of touch. The Navy still has sailors handling phone-and-distance lines on frontline destroyers...

  • The Shoal Waters of Homeland Security
    By Commander Michael R. Kelley, USCG

          
    The homeland security mission brings new responsibilities and a higher profile to the Coast Guard—which was a great comfort to New Yorkers in the days after the September attacks....

  • Enlist the Public in Maritime Homeland
    By Captain W. Russell Webster, USCG

    The resource-strapped Coast Guard must enlist the input of observant citizens in the war on maritime terrorism. One model to help deter maritime terrorist attacks while successfully integrating the public comes from the 60-year-old Coast Guard...

  • Lest We Forget: Airborne Early Warning Barrier Squadron Pacific (AEWBarRonpac)
    By Lieutenant Commander Rick Burgess, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    Airborne Early Warning Barrier Squadron Pacific (AEWBarRonpac)

    For 11 years during the Cold War, Navy ships and aircraft participated in the air defense of the continental United States. Lockheed WV-2 (EC-121K) Warning Star (...


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