Proceedings Magazine - December 2003 Vol. 129/12/1,210

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Naval Aviation Retrospective: Heroes by Any Definition

In recognition of the Centennial of Flight observations planned for Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, this month, a retired...

Lest We Forget: Douglas Hegdahl, Columbia

Douglas Hegdahl

Nineteen-year-old Douglas Hegdahl joined the Navy in 1966 to see the world. He soon got his wish. Within a few months...

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New War Demands a New Military
World Naval Developments
Publisher's Page
Remembrance Tree Lights Up Boston
Innovation from the War Fighter
Arm All Navy Helicopters
Revitalize ASW
Is the PLA Navy a Legitimate Threat?
If It Can’t Be Big, It Needs to Be Novel
ls the War on Terrorism Sustainable?
TacAir Integration Must Optimize JSFs
Even the Army Can Come . . .From the Sea
Take Roll of Dice Out of Selection Process
Integrate Your Reserves: A How-to Primer
Naval Aviation Retrospective: Heroes by Any Definition
Terrorism Is the New Enemy at Sea
Modify Goshawk & Pilot Training Syllabus
Marines Have a Role in Joint TMD
Surge-Ready Strike Group Offers Lessons
Sub Equipment & Training Will Save Lives
Book Reviews
U.S. Navy
Naval Institute Foundation
Oceans: How Do You Take the Earth's Pulse?
Combat Fleets
Innovation Needs More Support
Points of Interest
Lest We Forget: Douglas Hegdahl
Lest We Forget: Columbia
Removal from a Promotion List
Comment and Discussion
Integrate Your Reserves: A How-to Primer

Some Navy commands are ignorant in reserve matters and waste precious assets. Others...

Innovation from the War Fighter

The war on terror and the accelerating pace of technological change demand innovation in the Navy. An experimental program in...

Removal from a Promotion List—The Unkindest Cut

Most military officers' careers progress according to well-known rules. For example, good performance is rewarded by favorable fitness reports,...

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