Warrior Diplomats and Development Devil Dogs
The U.S. military and civilian agencies should collaborate to wage successful counterinsurgency—not battle each...
Getting to Know the Chinese
The Chinese think about military operations in ways that represent both strengths and weaknesses.
Nobody Asked Me, But. . . - ‘Choreographed’ Training Is Dancing with the Devil
Pier sentries are inspecting a vehicle. Just before letting it proceed, a sailor asks the driver to lift a mat originally mistaken for the trunk...
Comment & Discussion
China Is Protecting North Korea’s Nukes
(See J. A. Bosco, p. 10, December 2011; E. A. McVadon and D. Yoon, pp. 9, 84, February...
Just over one year ago, in a period of several days, the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard were called into action to respond to an especially...
Proceedings Digital Edition
China's Navigation in Space
What new approaches will China’s space tracking take?
'Learn from the PLA?'
The U.S. Navy’s fledgling Information Dominance Corps might find a lesson or two of interest from the Chinese...
Does Anyone Recognize These Men?
If so, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) wants to hear from you.
Shooting for the Middle
To bring balance back to the Fleet, the surface Navy needs to fill the shipbuilding capability gap between its high- and...
Arrows of the Night: Ahmad Chalabi’s Long Journey to Triumph in Iran
Richard Bonin. New York: Doubleday, 2011. 304 pp...
Unleashing the MH-60S Knighthawk
By Lieutenant Commander Benjamin Armstrong, U.S. Navy
Naval Systems - Integrated-Systems Work Starts for Final San Antonios
Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems has started development of critical electronics systems for the San Antonio–class amphibious...
U.S. Navy - There’s a Lot in a Name
Secretary of the Navy Edwin “Ray” Mabus, under fire from members of Congress, veterans’ associations, and others, has...
World Naval Developments - The Human Factor in Cyber Security
Lest We Forget - Remembering the Painful
For more than 100 issues, this column has recounted inspirational incidents from our history in hopes that, as part of our heritage, they will...
Naval Institute Foundation
Grant Underwrites History Conference
The William M. Wood Foundation of Boston, Massachusetts, will sponsor the U.S. Naval Institute...
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‘Winter is in my head, but eternal spring is in my heart.’
Victor Hugo (1802–1885)