Proceedings Magazine - October 2011 Vol. 137/10/1,304

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Lest We Forget: Taking the Dare
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Don't Draw the (Red) Line
Instead of setting thresholds, the United States should maintain ambiguity in responding to digital threats. That will...
Declining Capabilities and a Rising Subsurface Threat
In the face of a Western Pacific underwater-fleet buildup, the United States must exploit emerging technologies and...
$400 Billion in DOD Cuts? Here's One
The platform supposedly designed to ensure that landing craft carrying Marines reach the beach fully equipped is facing big...
Making Stovepipes Work
A plan implemented in 2006 brought unified U.S. responses to transnational maritime threats. It provides a template for...
Editor's Page

‘And ye shall hear of red lines and rumors of red lines.” Not quite as captivating as the original “rumors of war” found...

Now Hear This: A Different Age, A Different Navy, A Familiar Dilemma

Transport yourself to another time. The nation has completed a distant and costly ground war that was supported at home but experienced enough...

Nobody Asked Me, But. . .The Naval Militia Is Underutilized

Ten years ago, 9/11 changed our psyche concerning national security and personal privacy. Our economy has become fragile due in part to military...

‘Leadership over Management’

Editor’s Note: Former Secretary of the Navy...

From the Deckplates: Wake Up . . . and Speak Up!

When will someone in Navy leadership wake up and get to the root of our problems? It seems as though the ones who “get it” are silent...

Crime and War
As criminal organizations metamorphose into criminal states, the domains of law enforcement and the military increasingly...
The False Promise of Metrics
U.S. leaders should not be reducing military power at all, much less comparing navies by weights and numbers....
The New 'Coalition of the Willing'
Maintaining international partnerships to fight piracy off the Horn of Africa could also help stabilize shifting global...
A New Approach to Piracy
We need to change the conventional wisdom on ship hijacking and take the fight ashore.
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Sail Ho or Sail No?
Training on sailing vessels at maritime academies has long generated spirited debate. Today the ebb and flow of the...
Book Reviews

Contemporary Maritime Piracy: International Law, Strategy, and Diplomacy at Sea

James Kraska. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2011....

Professional Notes

RIMPAC Builds Partnerships That Last

By Vice Admiral Richard Hunt and Rear Admiral Robert Girrier, U.S. Navy...
Naval Systems: Installation Pace Picks Up for 'Open' Combat Systems

Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems business unit plans to deliver by year’s end the 30th and 31st sets of the Mk 2 Ship Self-...

World Naval Developments: A Long Wait

In mid-August the Chinese carrier (which some speculate will be named the Shi Lang) put to sea for trials. This was the latest...

Combat Fleets

Singapore received the first of its two newly rebuilt Västergötland-class (Type A-17) submarines from Sweden on 17 August. The...

Lest We Forget: Taking the Dare

At the end of the Civil War, the U.S. Navy was one of the largest in the world and, with its ironclads and advancements in ordnance and...

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From Our Archive

‘God grants liberty only to those who love it, and are always ready to guard and defend it.’

Daniel Webster (1782–...

The Maritime Domain Awareness Conundrum
Since the terrorist attacks in 2001, threats and challenges around the ocean borders of the United States continue to...
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