Proceedings Magazine - February 2013 Vol. 139/2/1,320

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'Shipbuilding Is a Priority'
An Interview with Sean J. Stackley

The Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development &...

From Enterprise to Enterprise
From CV-6 to CVN-80, the developments of and improvements to aircraft-carrier design form a continuum from the early days...
Semper Huh?
Though not for lack of effort, the Navy’s organizational identity is shadowy at best. Here’s how its culture...
'More than Submarine vs. Submarine'
Undersea warfare encompasses a wide array of moving parts. What the Navy needs now is a broader strategy to cover it where...
A Fleet out of Balance
While naval strike capacity has grown since the Cold War, it’s come at a cost to the amphibious capabilities vital to...
Clearing the Smoke
The Naval Postgraduate School has recently come under intense scrutiny from the Navy Inspector General. What’s really...
Better Education Makes Better Officers
We need comprehensive reform, including true joint and ethical training.

The Navy Times keeps a...

The History Mystery
Why is the Navy, alone among the services, so uninterested in the past? It’s crucial to gaining insights into the...
Bring Historic Ships back into the Fleet
America’s floating museums are a vital pipeline to the public; the Navy would benefit by more actively engaging with...
Comment and Discussion
Professional Notes

Operating in a RADCON Environment

By Lieutenant (j.g.) Jessica Fuller andCommander James Lowell, U.S. Navy...
Combat Fleets

In December, Ghana released an Argentine navy training ship, the Libertad, which it had seized under court order. The incident began in...

Editor's Page

As the nation continues to face the possibility of sequestration, the Department of Defense is girding itself for an era of austerity. Unless an...

CEO Notes

Now is an important time to have a strong Naval Institute, and I am pleased to announce that our membership grew in 2012. Not only do we have more...

Now Hear This - The Imperative for Open Architecture and Innovation

The Navy purchases thousands of hardware and software items for different...

Nobody Asked Me, But. . . - A Farewell to Pins

The Coast Guard should eliminate the daily wearing of uniform specialty insignia...

From the Deckplates - Principle Before Passion

Popular culture is typically perceived only as entertainment, but there are...

Book Reviews

Freedom’s Forge: How American Business Produced Victory in World War II

Arthur Herman. New York: Random House, 2012. Illus...

Naval Systems - Planning Firms Up for Aegis Baselines

The U.S. Navy expects by March to award a contract for work as systems...

U.S. Navy - Bye Bye, ‘Big E’

The aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN-65) began inactivation at...

World Naval Developments - North Korea Joins the Club

On 12 December 2012 the North Koreans successfully launched a satellite in...

Lest We Forget - Operation Vittles

Hoping to have a vehicle waiting to transport his weary air crewmen to their...

Naval Institute Foundation - Top Naval Institute Supporters of 2012

The Naval Institute enjoyed the support of thousands of donors in 2012. Our...

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