Proceedings Magazine - December 2005 Vol. 132/12/1,234

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From Our Archive: Simulation Training on "Dumbo the Dunker","," Simulation training has been an integral part of the military services for many years. Here the X9D1 Trainer, nicknamed "Dumbo the Dunker," submerges with Marines on board to
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A Tip o' the Tam to Commodore Rosa McDonald

With her wry wit and self-...

Lest We Forget: Mind Over Matter; VT-26

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In 1942, Mary Sears tried to join the U.S. Navy but was rejected because of an arthritic condition. Fortunately for...

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Before the Storm: al Qaeda's Coming Maritime Campaign

Since the October 2000 attack on the USS Cole (DDG-67), acts of maritime terrorism have been rare. But recent...

Navy Medicine in Critical Condition

Navy Medicine still relies on organization and platforms such as the USNS Mercy (T-AH-19 that were designed to fight...

Deconstructing War


Fresh thinking for taking on America's newest enemies—those small and deadly forces at large in a...

Should Congress Scrap Posse Comitatus?

Some say the 1878 law is a relic of a different age that ties the hands of the military during natural disasters and...

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