Proceedings Magazine - February 2006 Vol. 132/2/1,236

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Lest We Forget: "'Pete' Ellis"; VS-27

"Pete" Ellis

Today, most of us tend to take for granted the impressive amphibious capability of the U.S. Marines. But it...

Nobody Asked Me But…I Don't Run from Bugles

I have personally never seen a sailor run from danger. The courage component of our creed is alive and well. Yet I have seen sailors scurry for...

Bureaucracy: The Enemy Within

Second Prize Winner in the 2005 Vincent Astor Memorial Leadership Essay Contest

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Don't Surrender the Moral High Ground
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A 150-Ship Navy?
Another View
Twilight of a Vital Industry
American Shipbuilding: An Industry in Crisis
People, Product, and Performance: The Strengths of Shipbuilding
Ship Repair that Supports the Warfighter
We Need Scientist-Engineers More Than Ever
What Has 35 Years of Acquisition Reform Accomplished?
Performance-Based Acquisition: A Better Way?
Bring Back the Boats!
WEST 2006 Wrap-Up
The Coast Guard Needs Its Own Grad School
The New Old Breed
Future of Air Force Intelligence
Sound Service
Excellence by a Tenth of a Second
Rainy Night in Dover
Now Hear This If You Can
Bureaucracy: The Enemy Within
Leadership Before the Mast
Nobody Asked Me, But ... I Don't Run from Bugles
Comfort's Casualty Care System Works
Aids to Navigation Need Aid
Bring Navy Small Arms Training to the Next Level
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Naval Systems: Open Architecture Effort Expands
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Lest We Forget: "Pete" Ellis
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American Shipbuilding: An Industry in Crisis

During my Plebe history class at the U.S. Naval Academy in 1978, I read Paul Kennedy's The Rise and Fall of...

People, Product, and Performance: The Strengths of Shipbuilding

The Coast Guard Needs Its Own Grad School

The Coast Guard Academy produces excellent junior officers. But how do we prepare them for the greater responsibilities of...

Excellence by a Tenth of a Second


Giacomo won last year's Kentucky Derby by a thin margin, but that's all it took. A small measure of extra effort can give...

Rainy Night in Dover



It is raining in Dover. No surprise there. It always seems to be raining at Dover Air Force Base. Summer rain here in Delaware is a...

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During World War II, the nation's defense industry was known as the "arsenal of democracy." It built the ships, submarines,...

From Our Archive: USS Cabot (CVL-28)



USS Cabot (CVL-28), originally the USS Wilmington (...

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