Proceedings Magazine - April 2007 Vol. 133/4/1,250

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Back in 1966, our battalion commander was a chunky, bespectacled fireplug of a Marine named Walter Moore. His nickname was MuMu. No one knew where the moniker came from. Years later I found out....

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Back in 1966, our battalion commander was a chunky, bespectacled fireplug of a Marine named Walter Moore. His nickname was MuMu. No one knew where...

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Firing on the Up Roll: The Falklands Twenty-Five Years Later

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Maritime Domain Awareness: The Key to Security

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Into the Rising Sun: The Doolittle Raid

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Challenges for the New Maritime Strategy

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Building Global Partnerships

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Book Reviews

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Naval Systems: Integrated Topside Builds on Aperture Technologies

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Combat Fleets

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