Proceedings Magazine - September 2007 Vol. 133/9/1,255

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Our new military strategy documents often have the feel of a Madison Avenue marketing campaign. Instead, we must create strategic documents offering clear advice.


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Lest We Forget: A Rough House

A Rough House

In the 1908 Lucky Bag, the college yearbook of Naval Academy graduates, one of the midshipmen was...

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Beating Goliath: Why Insurgencies Win

Jeffrey Record. Dulles, VA: Potomac Books, Inc., 2007. 192 pp. Notes. Bib. Index...

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Where's the Beef?

Our new military strategy documents often have the feel of a Madison Avenue marketing campaign. Instead, we must create...

Damned if You Do, Damned if You Don't

Sex in Bancroft Hall and an unsubstantiated charge of rape embroils a Navy football star and the Naval Academy hierarchy...

Sexual Misconduct: Discretion is the Better Part of Prosecution

A JAG officer experienced in dealing with sex crimes charts a minefield unlikely to be cleared anytime soon. But there has...

Old Asia-Pacific Hand to Be CNO

The admiral selected to be the next Chief of Naval Operations has been recognized throughout his career for his leadership, integrity, and...

Helicopter Procurement: Playing with Fire

Growing demands on the helicopter community require a turnaround in the Concept of Operations to acquire the right number and...

Get the Carriers!

For U.S. power projection needs, there is still no substitute for the aircraft carrier.

Get the carriers!...

Editor's Page

The Tailhook Legacy

There is a lot going on in this issue of Proceedings. First let's deal with the 800-pound...

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