Proceedings Magazine - November 2002 Vol. 128/11/1,197

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"If we get this concept of seabasing right, it might well be one of the most transformational things the Department of Defense, and our naval forces, will ever do. We will...

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Sea Basing: What's New?

"If we get this concept of seabasing right, it might well be one of the most transformational things the Department of...

The History of Sea Basing

Sea Basing has been a characteristic of navies since the first warships went to sea. The three most familiar examples of Sea Basing are for...

Preparing for War Takes Study and Open Debate

When the U.S. military fails to confront a problem squarely, external powers often impose the solution. Ineffectual military efforts to improve...

Comment and Discussion

"Keep All Super Hornets at Oceana"

(See D. Denneny, pp. 104-106, October 2002 Proceedings)

Laura Henderson...

Preparing for War Takes Study and Open Debate
World Naval Developments: United States Must Deal with Iraq
Comment and Discussion
Sea Basing: What's New?
The History of Sea Basing
Marines Can Self-Deploy in Southeast Asia
Marine Corps Snaps
The Truth about Peleliu
Sea Shield: Projecting Global Defensive Assurance
Get More from Naval Test Pilots
Eco Regs Endanger Combat Training
NROTC Needs the Corps' Martial Arts Program
Homeland Security Challenges DoD
Meteorology Must Play a Bigger Part in Planning
We Must Improve Tactical Aircraft Targeting
Five Steps For Retaining High-Tech Marines
Nobody Asked Me, But ... Surface Ships Need More Divers
Book Reviews
Nobody Asked Me, But ... SWOs at Sea Worked for Me
Naval Systems: DD(X) Pushes Electric Machinery
Points of Interest: Seriously Disabled Regain Priority Access to VA Care
Combat Fleets
Lest We Forget: Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 333
Notebook
One Team - One Fight
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Sea Shield: Projecting Global Defensive Assurance

Sea Shield will project defense beyond what any navy has been able to accomplish—i.e., deep inland against cruise and...

Marine Corps Snaps
One Team—One Fight

Preparing for War Takes Study and Open Debate

When the U.S. military fails to confront a problem squarely, external powers often impose the solution. Ineffectual military efforts to improve...

Lest We Forget: Marine Fighter-Attack Squadron 333 (VMFA 333)

Marine Fighter-Attack Squadron 333 (VMFA-333)


 
 

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