Proceedings Magazine - March 2006 Vol. 132/3/1,237

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In our November issue, key aides to CNG Admiral Mike Mullen—Vice Admiral John G. Morgan Jr. and Rear Admiral Charles W. Martoglio—...

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A veteran Middle East hand offers his view on the impact of a hasty pull-out from Iraq.


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This photograph looks back to when a 7,000-ship international fleet stood off the coast of Normandy. British sailors conning their LCA...


 
 

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