Proceedings Magazine - August 2002 Vol. 128/8/1,194

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What follows is a compendium of axioms and aphorisms sure to bring glory and happiness to naval officers who seek out their wisdom.

On the Profession & One's Posture as a Naval...

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  • Life's Rules
    By Captain John Byron, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    What follows is a compendium of axioms and aphorisms sure to bring glory and happiness to naval officers who seek out their wisdom.

    On the Profession & One's Posture as a Naval Officer

    1. Justice will triumph, right prevail...

  • Transforming Isn't Just Chanting Slogans
    by David L. Grange
  • World Naval Developments: Coast Guard Prepares for Larger Role with Deepwater Funding
    by Norman Friedman
  • Comment and Discussion
  • Constancy Amid Great Change
    by Admiral Thomas H. Collins, USCG
  • Deepwater Will Provide Homeland Security
    by Rear Admiral Patrick Stillman, USCG, and G. Giddens
  • Ready to Surge
    by Lieutenant David L. Teska, USCGR
  • History Is Part of Semper Paratus
    by Master Chief William Wells, USCG (Ret.)
  • Jump-Starting Coast Guard History
    by Vice Admiral Howard Thorsen, USCG (Ret.)
  • Servicing Science Near the South Pole
    by William Sutton
  • U.S. Coast Guard Flag List
  • Life's Rules
    by Captain John Byron, U.S. Navy (Retired)
  • Asymmetric Warfare—On Our Terms
    by Commander R. V. Gusentine, USN
  • Enough Marine Air on Carriers Already
    by Captain Sean B. Garick, USMC
  • Make the SSGN Truly Transformational
    by Captain James H. Patton Jr, USN (Ret.)
  • It's All in the Family
    by Rear Admiral Charles Hamilton and Rear Admiral Donald Loren, USN
  • So You Want to Be a Department Head?
    by Lieutenant Commander Fred W. Kacher, USN
  • Leadership Is More Valuable Than Technology
    by Lieutenant Martha Dunne, U.S. Navy
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Get the Blimps into the Game
    by Captain William G. Armstrong Jr., U.S. Naval Reserve
  • The Coast Guard Needs Better Tactical Intel
    by Captain Wayne Gibson, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), and Lieutenant Commander Joe DiRenzo III, U.S. Coast Guard
  • It's the Cartridge, Stupid--Not the Rifle
    by Major Anthony F. Milavic, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)
  • SWOs Should Be Specialists, Not Generalists
    by Lieutenant Commander Michael L. Crockett, U.S. Navy
  • The Fleet Needs Rotary-Wing UCAVs
    by Lieutenant Commander Steven Wills, U.S. Navy
  • Nobody Asked Me, But ... Friendly Fire Kills Allies and Support
    by Frank Morgret
  • Book Reviews
  • U.S. Navy: Small Surface Combatants: Another Try
    by Norman Polmar
  • Points of Interest: Veto Warning Shadows Gains on Concurrent Receipt
    by Tom Philpott
  • Oceans: Exploring the Deepest Oceans: The 3% Solution
    by Don Walsh
  • Navy Women Celebrate 60 Years of Service
    by Marie Bennett Alsmeyer
  • Combat Fleets
    by A. D. Baker III
  • Lest We Forget: Attack Transport Menard (APA-201)
    by Eric Wertheim
  • Notebook
  • Coast Guard Is "Ready Now"--As Is
    by Rear Admiral Sid Wallace, USN
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  • Leadership Is More Valuable Than Technology
    By Lieutenant Martha Dunne, USN

    The information age has revolutionized the way we fight wars, make decisions, and gather information—allowing leaders such as Vice Admiral Michael Mullen, then-Commander Second Fleet, to conference with President George...

  • Enough Marine Air on Carriers Already
    By Captain Sean B. Garick, USMC

    Marine tactical aircraft such as this VMFA-251 F/A-18 in afterburner launching from the Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) have flown hundreds of sorties in integrated carrier air wings in the war on terrorism over...

  • It's All in the Family
    By Rear Admiral Charles Hamilton and Rear Admiral Donald Loren, USN

    The new Surface Combatant Family of Ships, that is. Complementing the existing highly capable Aegis fleet, the DD(X), CG(X), and Littoral Combat Ship will bring access and forcible entry capabilities, long-range fires, and...

  • Constancy Amid Great Change
    By Admiral Thomas H. Collins, USCG


    After 11 September, the Coast Guard focused on the enormous task of protecting the U.S. marine transportation system—here, the Midgett (WHEC-726) steams past a merchant vessel. Since then, some resources...

  • Coast Guard Is "Ready Now"—As Is
    By Rear Admiral Sid Wallace, USCG (Ret.)

    The U.S. Coast Guard is an amalgam, formed over two centuries from multiple agencies of varying character but each fundamentally related to the sea. The service has been tempered and shaped by challenging missions in war and peace. Its...

  • Lest We Forget: Attack Transport Menard (APA-201)
    By Eric Wertheim

    Attack Transport Menard (APA-201)


 
 

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