Proceedings Magazine - May 2007 Vol. 133/5/1,251

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As we like to say in Miami at our headquarters for U.S. Southern Command, there's a new wind blowing through the Caribbean and Latin America—and it's a gusty sea breeze...

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Lest We Forget: Uriah Levy, VF-142

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One does not expect a naval officer who has been court-martialed six times to go on to command the Mediterranean...

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Sailing in Southern Waters: A New Wind

As we like to say in Miami at our headquarters for U.S. Southern Command, there's a new wind blowing through the Caribbean and...

Notable Naval Books of 2006

The ground rules established last year remain in effect for this year's notable selections. As before, the list was compiled, refined, and...

World Disorder and the Decline of Pax Americana

Max Boot writes in The Savage Wars of Peace (2003): "Many Americans cringe at the notion that their country should play globocop....

Seven Minutes to Midnight

Iraqi Freedom-style regime change is often neither necessary nor sufficient to thwart terrorist attacks. It is time to embrace...

Shipbuilding Crisis Continues

Editor's Page

In a cover story titled "Cheating Our Vets: How the Pentagon is shortchanging wounded soldiers" in the April 16 issue of U.S. News...

Combat Fleets

From Our Archive: The steel ocean tug Narkeeta (YT-3)

Construction methods for building the steel ocean tug Narkeeta (YT-3) in 1892 did not deviate from standards as this photograph may...

Battle Force Changes
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