Proceedings Magazine - March 2003 Vol. 129/3/1,201

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The first great struggles between the Middle East and Europe to be recorded fully were the campaigns of Salamis and Plataea in 480-479 B.C. The Greeks triumphed, and for the next several hundred...

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The New Arab Way of War

The first great struggles between the Middle East and Europe to be recorded fully were the campaigns of Salamis and Plataea in 480-479 B.C. The...

Bin Laden's Faith Is a Pretext for Violence

How did Osama bin Laden, who during the Soviet-Afghan war viewed the United States as a friend of Islam, become America’s most vehement...

Comment and Discussion

"Expand Education for Sailors"

(See J. Murphy, pp. 57-59, February 2003 Proceedings)

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Our Veterans of Foreign Wars post commander served as a gunner's mate on board a coastal tanker classed as an AOG, or gasoline tanker, during...

UNITAS Exercise Pays Dividends
World Naval Developments: Dealing with Friendly Fire
Publisher's Page
Comment and Discussion
International Navies Photo Contest
The Commanders Respond
Always Faithful
World Navies in Review
China's Subs Lead the Way
The New Arab Way of War
Bin Laden's Faith Is a Pretext for Violence
The Israelis Know Littoral Warfare
Israel's Navy Gets New Strategic Deterrence Role
The International Criminal Court: A Return to Nuremberg?
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A U.N. Treaty We All Can Support
Anaconda Offers Lessons in Close Air Support
What We Did (Not) Learn from Korea
Coast Guard Leads Maritime Homeland Security Team
A New Navy for a New World
Expeditionary Strike Group!
Hell Week 101
We're Removing Saddam Hussein: An Interview with Victor David Hanson
The Samaritan, the Guardian, and the Activists
Shiphandling Training? Ask Your JOs
Navy-Marine Corps TacAir Integration Is the Future
A Quick Look at Millrnnium Challenge 2002
Wing in Ground Effect Vessels Are Fast Sealift
Ships Reactivated to Carry Military Cargo to the Middle East
Book Reviews
Is Manner Space Flight Worth It?
Naval Systems: Raytheon-Lockheed Martin Team for New Block 2 CEC
Points of Interest: President Kills Pay Raise Cap
Lest We Forget: Air Antisubmarine Squadron 28 (VS-28)
Nobody Asked Me, But ... Virtual Reality Will Never Replace Live-Fire Training
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China's Subs Lead the Way


China's maritime strategy relies heavily on submarines to patrol the littorals, blockade the Taiwan Strait, and stalk...

Expeditionary Strike Group!

It is the wave of the future. The mating of submarines and surface combatants to traditional amphibious ready groups will...

Coast Guard Leads Maritime Homeland Security Team

The new Department of Homeland Security will bring the Customs Service, Border Patrol, and U.S. Coast Guard under one roof. For efficient and...

Interview with Victor Davis Hanson: 'We're Removing Saddam Hussein'

The Samaritan, the Guardian, and the Activists

Is Manned Space Flight Worth It?

Lest We Forget: Air Antisubmarine Squadron 28 (VS-28)

Air Antisubmarine Squadron 28 (VS-28)

Air Antisubmarine Squadron 28 (VS-28) was established on 1 June 1960 at NAS Quonset Point...


 
 

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