Proceedings Magazine - December 2008 Vol. 134/12/1,270

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General Robert Hilliard Barrow, U.S. Marine Corps

27th Commandant of the Marine Corps

He fought three wars, then reformed the Corps

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Hail and Farewell

Write-with Your Eyes Wide Open
To write or not to write while developing a military career? The rewards are usually worth the risks, but the risks are real....
What Makes Piracy Work?

An expert in the field graphically identifies five fundamental factors that have long kept pirates afloat...

The Overstated Threat
It is too easy to confuse piracy with water-borne terrorist acts. Don't believe the hype and...
Feral Cities-Pirate Havens
Throughout history, support systems in place on land have been lifelines for pirates....
The Unwanted Challenge
Maritime insurgency presents a far greater challenge to world naval forces than random acts of...
Piracy, Policy, and Law
Capturing the bad guys may be the easy part.
'Go in and Get a Hit'

 

In A Dawn Like Thunder, Robert Mrazek tells the story of Torpedo Squadron Eight, which fought at Midway and...

Lest We Forget

Brilliance Over Brawn

While serving in the Continental Navy,...

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General Robert Hilliard Barrow, U.S. Marine Corps

27th Commandant of the Marine Corps

He fought three...

Editor's Page
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Nobody Asked Me, But
Answering the Call: Dick Keyser
Write-with Your Eyes Wide Open
Get On Board with Alternative Fuels
General Robert Hilliard Barrow. U.S. Marine Corps
Colonel John Walter Ripley, U.S. Marine Corps
What Makes Piracy Work?
The Overstated Threat
Feral Cities-Pirate Havens
The Unwanted Challenge
Piracy, Policy, and Law
Drawing Lines in the Sea
‘Go in and Get a Hit’
Book Reviews
Better Living through Better Drinking Water: Navy Community Relations
Time for Sub-Launched Ballistic Missile Defense
Avoid an Exocet Wakeup Call
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World Naval Developments
Combat Fleets
Lest We Forget
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MCPON Campa, Departing

As the nation prepares for a time of...

Nobody Asked Me, But . . .

We Must Maintain Our Naval Ethos

In August I attended the dedication ceremony for the Vice...

Answering the Call

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Get On Board with Alternative Fuels
The Air Force has taken the first steps, but stronger joint and congressional action is needed....
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Colonel John Walter Ripley, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)

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Drawing Lines in the Sea
The laws that govern traffic on the world'soceans can be as difficult to shape as water.
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The Forever War

Dexter Filkins. New York: Knopf, 2008....

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Better Living through Better Drinking Water: Navy Community Relations

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Aperstructures: No More Holes

Northrop Grumman's Electronic Systems and Shipbuilding companies have started design work sponsored by the...

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Crash and Burn?

The most significant defense development of the...

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