Proceedings Magazine - July 2002 Vol. 128/7/1,193

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  • Book Reviews

    The Pueblo Incident: A Spy Ship and the Failure of American Foreign Policy

    Mitchell B. Lerner. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press, 2002. 408 pp. Map. Photos. Index. $34.95 ($31.45).

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  • World Naval Developments: Experiment Proves Value of Small Force with Heavy Firepower
    by Norman Friedman
  • Comment and Discussion
  • What Can We Learn from Enduring Freedom?
    by Milan Vego
  • Prepare for a Period of Consequence
    by Lieutenant Colonel Frank G. Hoffman, USMCR, and CommaIder Stephen E. Flynn, USCG (Ret.)
  • It's the Right Thing to Do
    by Capiain Bruce Stubbs, USCG (Ret.)
  • It Must Lead, Inspire, and Excite
    by Eugene R. Fidell
  • Let Squads Call Air Strikes
    by F. J Bing West
  • Give Terminal Control to the Grunts
    by Colonel James J. Kuzmick, USMCR (Ret.)
  • Catching Up with Migrant Smugglers
    by Lieutenant Danny G. Shaw, USCG
  • Attack on the Cole: Medical Lessons Learned
    by Captain Konrad E. Hayashi, MC, USN; Master Chief Raymond E. Bailey, USN; Chief Cliff Moser, USN; and Rear Adiniral Bonnie B. Potter, MC, USN
  • A Common Support Aircraft Is Possible
    by Commander Michael Prosperi, USN
  • Don't Forget the Antiship Missile
    by Lieutenant Commander Douglas E. Eurom, USNR, and Lieutenant Mark Hughes, USN
  • Getting More Out of Training
    by Commander Bruce J. Ricketts, USNR
  • Submarines: Utility beyond Afghanistan
    by Rear Admiral. W. J. Holland, USN (Ret.)
  • This Is Really Neat Stuff
    by John Flink
  • Secret Mission to Singapore
    by Jerome M. O'Connor
  • Acting CO--King for a Day
    by Lieutenant Commander Tom Evanoff, U.S. Navy
  • Navy MH-53Es Can Support the Marines
    by Lieutenant Commander Robert H. Buckingham, U.S. Navy
  • IPPD Helps Build the Fleet's New Carriers
    by Robert Bender
  • Tomcats Need Phoenix Missiles
    by Lieutenant Brian Cepaitis, Lieutenant Erik Hess, and Lieutenant Commander J.J. Patterson, U.S. Navy
  • JOs Can Help Reduce Unplanned Pregnancies
    by Ensign Graham McAllister, U.S. Naval Reserve
  • Home Porting Subs Overseas Makes Sense
    by Ensign Brian E. Ray, U.S. Naval Reserve
  • UAV: Unemployed Aviators Vanquished?
    by Ensign Andrew Neil Winberry, U.S. Naval Reserve
  • The Brigade Is Closer Now
    by Ensign Graham Plaster, U.S. Naval Reserve
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... We Are Going to War with Iraq
    by Rear Admiral George R. Worthington, U.S. Navy (Retired)
  • Book Reviews
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Counter the Violence with Comfort and Mercy
    by Commander Douglas D. Wright, Dental Corps, U.S. Naval Reserve
  • Naval Systems: Marines Looking for Next-Generation Land Systems
    by Ed Walsh
  • Points of Interest: Thrift Savings Plan to Be Improved
    by Tom Philpott
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Quit Tobacco Now
    by Lieutenant Steven J. Escobar, Medical Corps, U.S. Navy
  • Combat Fleets
    by A. D. Baker III
  • Lest We Forget: Patrol Bombing Squadron 63 (VPB-63)
    by Lieutenant Commander Rick Burgess, U.S. Navy (Retired)
  • Notebook
  • Really Put Humans First
    by Robert Pine Jr.
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  • What Can We Learn from Enduring Freedom?
    By Dr. Milan Vego

    The key to success in Afghanistan was U.S. carrier air power—here, an F/A-18C Hornet launches for a combat mission from the USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67). Still, the conflict revealed some serious problems. The U...

  • Attack on the Cole: Medical Lessons Learned
    By Captain Konrad E. Hayashi, Medical Corps, USN; Master Chief Raymond E. Bailey, USN; Chief Cliff Moser, USN; and Rear Admiral Bonnie B. Potter, Medical Corps, USN

    After the 12 October 2000 attack on the USS Cole (DDG-67), in which 17 sailors were killed and 42 were wounded, the U.S. Navy received a costly education in medical readiness. We must ensure these lessons are heard...

  • Secret Mission to Singapore
    By Jerome M. OConnor

    An August 1941 meeting between President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (right, with Admirals Ernest King and Harold Stark on board HMS Prince of Wales) yielded more than the...

  • Counter the Violence with Comfort and Mercy
    By Commander Douglas D. Wright, Dental Corps, USNR

    Despite continued hopes for a future international peace conference in the Middle East, suicide bombers and Merkava tanks remain constant features on the front pages of U.S. newspapers. While peace efforts are frustrated for a variety of reasons...

  • Lest We Forget: Patrol Bombing Squadron 63 (VPB-63)
    By Lieutenant Commander Rick Burgess, USN (Ret.)

    Patrol Bombing Squadron 63 (VPB-63)

    Patrol Bombing Squadron 63 (VPB-63) was established as Patrol Squadron 63 (VP-63) on 19 September 1942. The squadron was a PBY-5A Catalina unit planned for "Black Cat" antishipping...


 
 

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