Proceedings Magazine - September 2013 Vol. 139/9/1,327

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The successor to the EA-6B Prowler has an effective ground-based model that offers valuable capabilities to the joint force.

The EA-18G Growler airborne...

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Naval Aviation's Transition Starts With Why
An oncoming wave of multi-mission platforms means greater interoperability—and a necessary sea-change in traditional...
Drones to the Rescue!
The current budget squeeze has revived the debate about whether to reduce the number of the Navy’s aircraft carriers...
Cede No Water: Strategy, Littorals, and Flotillas
For future naval activity that involves closer proximity to potential adversaries’ coastlines—and thus a...
The Future of Deterrence? Ballistic-Missile Defense
The Ohio-class replacement program should be canceled; it is a costly anachronism in a changed global nuclear...
Editor's Page

There has been much talk over the past few years of a defense “reset” as the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan end and U.S. attention turns...

Now Hear This - ‘Semper CVN!’

Winston Churchill once remarked: “The farther backward you can look, the...

From the Deckplates - Prepare the Citations

By now, the trial of Fort Hood gunman Major Nidal Hasan should have concluded...

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Dawn of the Expeditionary Growler
The successor to the EA-6B Prowler has an effective ground-based model that offers valuable capabilities to the joint force...
Time to Think Tactically
The days of big defense budgets are over. As the money runs dry, focused maritime helicopter tactics will have an oversized...
Sustaining American Maritime Influence
If the United States is to maintain its naval supremacy worldwide, it must look beyond the ship designs currently in the...
Parsing The Chinese Challenge
As China’s navy evolves, it looks increasingly familiar.

In his first months leading the Chinese...

Modernize NATO for the 21st Century
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CEO Notes

An important measure of our success is the amount of outside recognition given to our Naval Institute Press authors. Building on the Press’s...

Nobody Asked Me, But. . . - We Need to Rethink Carrier-Support Aircraft

The Navy needs to take a fresh look at its carrier-support aircraft—both...

Book Reviews

Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam

Nick Turse. New York: Metropolitan Books, 2013. 372 pp. Notes. Index...

Professional Notes

Generating Tactical Doctrine with the Air Land Sea Application

By Lieutenant Commander Christian Goodman, U.S....
U.S. Navy - A Navy Role in Syria?

The United States has failed in Syria. Although President Barack Obama and...

Oceans - The Dragon Learns to Dive—Part II

The first “The Dragon Learns to Dive” column, detailing China’...

World Naval Developments - China’s Great Migration

In July, the Chinese government announced an initiative to move 250 million (not...

Combat Fleets

Russia and China have been increasing their military cooperation throughout 2013, and in early July this growing partnership included extensive...

Lest We Forget - (Don’t) Give Up the Ship

On 31 October 1803, the USS Philadelphia came under fire by Tripolitan...

Naval Institute Foundation

Reinvigorating Oral History for the Next 50 Years

One of the true gems in the Naval Institute’s intellectual treasure trove is its...

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‘The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary.’ — Vince Lombardi (1913–1970...


 
 

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