Proceedings Magazine - August 2007 Vol. 133/8/1,254

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Firing On The Up Roll
Now Hear This
Nobody Asked Me, But
The 'Galloping Ghost’ Goes on Eternal Patrol
Adapt or Die
A New DOG in the Hunt
China: A New Maritime Partner?
The Coast Guard is Discovering a New Force-MulipIier—and it’s Already on Board
Don’t Split it, Grow it
Close the Gaps
Mines in Ports: A Serious Threat
A Tale of Three Kiwis: Coalition Lessons from Afghanistan
A Framewurk for the Future
Restructuring Navy Boarding Teams
Keep 'em Flying: The Future of UAV Safety
The Message: Flexible, Cust Effective, & Compatible
How EA-6B Sailors Can Advance Careers
Computerizing Aircraft Maintenance
Use NMETLs and NWTS for Transformation
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Adapt or Die

The military must learn how to institutionalize adaptability. Only then will we be ready for any contingency.

Restructuring Navy Boarding Teams

The Navy should designate a VBSS rate for enlisted Sailors, while SWOs on their first tour routinely become boarding team...

China: A New Maritime Partner?

The U.S. Coast Guard is opening the door to a cooperative relationship with China.

The Coast Guard is Discovering a New Force-Muliplier—and it's Already on Board
Close the Gaps

The potential for a seaborne terrorist attack is not limited to a WMD in a shipboard container. Maritime security specialists...

A New DOG in the Hunt

The Coast Guard is organizing specialized forces into a Deployable Operations Group (DOG). Its first commanding officer...

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We Want You!

This issue of Proceedings contains our annual look at the U.S. Coast Guard, the nation'...

The Navy and Its DDG-1000—Heading Wrong

To grasp the Navy's gravely inadequate response to its ominously shrinking numbers, start with the DDG-1000 program. Born years ago as the DD-21...

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