Proceedings Magazine - March 2007 Vol. 133/3/1,249

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India's development of Mauritian islands to its southwest could substantially expand the reach of its navy.


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The Commanders Respond

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India Stretches its Sea Legs

India's development of Mauritian islands to its southwest could substantially expand the reach of its navy.

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The 91-year-old program is a casualty of the war in Iraq, deep-seated anti-war views, and the city's pro-gay sentiments....

Over Its Head in Deepwater?

The Coast Guard's multibillion-dollar fleet modernization program blends progress with setbacks and controversy.

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Our annual International Navies issue is an antidote to the congenital American fixation with our own country to the exclusion of the ideas and...

From Our Archive: Turret of the USS Monitor, 9 July 1862

The path of naval warfare was dramatically changed 145 years ago this month when two ironclad warships faced off in Hampton Roads, Virginia. The...

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