Proceedings Magazine - June 2005 Vol. 131/6/1,228

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Cover Story

Two general officers look at the circumstances and the man that combined to produce the Marine Corps' first JCS chairman.


Open Content

Save the Submarine Shipyards

Keeping a defense industry going in a democracy has never been easy—but it has always been important. Without...

Branching Out

It took 170 years for the Marine Corps and Frederick and Peggy Branch to reach this moment. In the entire history of...

Lest We Forget: Commander Craig Powell; Task Force 67

Commander Craig Powell

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Book Reviews

The Gift of Valor

Michael M. Phillips. New York: Broadway Books, 2005. 192 pp. $19.95.

Reviewed by David J....

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General Peter Pace: Walking Point

Two general officers look at the circumstances and the man that combined to produce the Marine Corps' first JCS chairman...

Behind the Curve in Culture-Centric Skills

The Navy must re-invigorate its FAO program to better deal with future threats.


All the Sisters and All the Brothers . . .

Sergeant Danielle Dolph, Specialist Carol Russell, and Specialist Jessica Schramm, assigned to a Military Police unit,...

What Are We—Chopped Liver?

Editor's Page

This issue of Proceedings celebrates two remarkable Marines: Peter Pace and Frederick Branch. General Pace concluded a long, difficult...

From Our Archive: Sub Sailors Enjoy Down Time

Submarine sailors enjoy some down time in their bunks, located above and alongside the torpedoes, circa 1943.

This and other photos are...

Combat Fleets

Australia recently announced that the HMAS Canberra, the second of six Adelaide (Oliver Hazard Perry)-class guided missile...


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