Proceedings Magazine - June 2013 Vol. 139/6/1,324

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The Naval Sea Systems Command is tapping companies such as Microsoft, Apple, and Google to leverage their innovations and make undersea combat systems more flexible and...
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A New Naval Era
How does a maritime nation create an insurance policy against the unpredictable hazards of a changing world? With a Navy...
Sustaining Undersea Dominance
The Navy’s submarine chief lays out the four coordinated ‘Ps’ that form the collective plan to maintain...
Deterrence—Now More Than Ever
The Nuclear Triad of the Cold War hasn’t lost its relevance. If anything, it’s more important in a...
The Russian Submarine Fleet Reborn
A new breed of ‘alarmingly sophisticated’ submarines stirs memories of past Soviet aggression, just as Moscow...
The Utility of a Three-Tiered Navy
We can have 350 ships, 50 amphibs, 25 percent more overseas presence, 20 percent more wartime capacity, and use 10 percent...
Now Hear This - We Need a New Legal Code for the Drone War

The recent release of a Justice Department white paper regarding targeted...

From the Deckplates - The Good and Bad of 360-Degree Feedback

Military and civilian professionals strive for continuous personal development....

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An iSub for the Navy's Fleet?
The Naval Sea Systems Command is tapping companies such as Microsoft, Apple, and Google to leverage their innovations and...
The Right Ship at the Right Time
Despite being mired in controversy from its inception, the LCS is a multi-mission platform that fills the capabilities gap...
Averting the Navy's Tactical Aircraft Crisis
Commander William Earl Fannin, Class of 1945, Capstone Essay Contest
 
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The Silent Service's Success in the Pacific
Commander William Earl Fannin, Class of 1945, Capstone Essay Contest
 
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A Cultural Rebalancing
Commander William Earl Fannin, Class of 1945, Capstone Essay Contest

As the...

The Tuned-In Leader
Commander William Earl Fannin, Class of 1945, Capstone Essay Contest
As a...
Editor's Page

The swirl of events and factors that define the present day—from emerging potential adversaries overseas to ongoing financial strife and...

CEO Notes

This month, as we mark the 71st anniversary of the Battle of Midway, the Naval Institute Press is publishing The Battle of Midway: The Naval...

Nobody Asked Me, But. . . - Neptune Must Reach for Directed Energy

The Design for Undersea Warfare (DUSW) Update 1 calls for “new...

Book Reviews

From Kabul to Baghdad and Back: The U.S. at War in Afghanistan and Iraq

John R. Ballard, David W. Lamm, and John K. Wood....

Professional Notes

Future Australian Submarine Capability

By Rear Admiral James Goldrick, Royal Australian Navy (Retired)...
U.S. Navy - ‘Where Are the Frigates?’

When a crisis occurred almost anywhere in the world during the Cold War era, U.S...

Naval Systems - Helicopter-borne Antisub-Warfare Sensor Evolves

Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems, prime contractor for the AQS-22 airborne...

World Naval Developments - The Scourge of Cyber Espionage

Early in May it was reported that Qinetiq had become the latest U.S. defense...

Combat Fleets

On 29 March the Canadian frigate HMCS Toronto made history by intercepting approximately 1,100 pounds of heroin while conducting...

Lest We Forget - Princeton and ‘Peacemaker’

It was a beautiful day in February 1844 when the USS Princeton got...

Naval Institute Foundation - Rear Admiral Wayne Meyer Oral History is Now Available

The Naval Institute’s oral-history collection recently expanded to include...

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