Proceedings Magazine - October 2012 Vol. 138/10/1,316

Cover Story
We must reconsider our strategic perspective and organizational culture amid an emerging naval revolution.

Today’s U.S. Navy faces trying times in...


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Rebalancing the Rhetoric
The ‘pivot’ toward the Asia-Pacific region is a lofty objective, but maritime assets available to execute it...
An Enemy Without Boundaries
It is impossible to block every cyber attack, so strategy and policy should be focused on how to respond once that attack...

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Shifting Targets
We must reconsider our strategic perspective and organizational culture amid an emerging naval revolution.
The Navy's Newest Warfighting Imperative
The opening shots of the next war will likely occur in cyberspace.

In the maritime operating environment...

Creating Cyber Warriors
The Navy should train highly skilled cyber-warfare officers from multiple communities who can dominate in a rapidly...
Time for 'Green' Maritime Domain Awareness
Oceanic-intel tools developed for military and homeland-security purposes promise to be a boon in the environmental sphere...
Co-Ed Crew: Reality vs. Taboo
We can’t have both chastity and mixed-sex complements. So what’s the priority—a combat-ready Fleet or...
Ringside at the Missile Crisis
Chief of Naval Operations Admiral George W. Anderson Jr. was part of the inner circle of military officers advising...
'Fire in Turret Two!'
Forty years ago, 20 sailors were killed and 36 injured when a faulty projectile detonated on the USS Newport News...
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Why Continue to Serve? A Letter to Millennial SWOs

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The Battle for Spectrum

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Editor's Page

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Comment and Discussion
Nobody Asked Me, But. . . - Does the Navy Value Joint Education?

Choke…coffee going down my trachea instead of the esophagus. “What did you say, Commander?” The student, a Navy lieutenant...

Book Reviews

The CIA’s Greatest Covert Operation: Inside the Daring Mission to Recover a Nuclear-Armed Soviet Sub

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Combat Fleets

The ever-growing reach of China’s navy was demonstrated recently when two of its warships sailed through the Turkish Straits and into the...

Now Hear This - The Asymmetric Nature of Cyber Warfare

How likely is it that a conflict between two combatants involving both kinetic and cyber operations would be an asymmetric one? And does the...

From the Deckplates - ‘I Can Neither Confirm Nor Deny’

A career in Navy cryptology gives one great respect for the need to protect classified information. Intentional or accidental disclosures threaten...

Professional Notes

The Right Tools in your Toolbox

By Captain John P. Cordle, U.S. Navy

During 26 years in the Navy and a total of 9...

Naval Systems - Antiship Missile Moves Toward Flight Test

Lockheed Martin’s Missiles and Fire Control business unit started a series of airborne “captive-carry” testing in May on the...

World Naval Developments - One Ship, Many Missions

In August, the Royal Navy released details of its next surface combatant, the Type 26, a modular ship. Announced plans are to build 13 of these...

Lest We Forget - Ridley McLean’s Legacy

An impressive array of battleships, cruisers, and destroyers was gathered in San Francisco Bay for a major tactical exercise off the California...

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