Proceedings Magazine - October 2013 Vol. 139/10/1,328

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On 23 October 1983, terrorists bombed the Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, killing 241 U.S. service members and injuring...

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Safeguarding Our Hemisphere
The Coast Guard must focus the service’s strategic efforts on securing the maritime domain close to home....
Special - Influence and Relevance

Sometimes in the throes of monthly and bimonthly Proceedings and ...

The New Knowledge Network
Collaboration and coordination are the C2 necessary to achieve unity of effort in 21st century maritime security....
The Next Security Frontier
Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time, but it’s not just an environmental concern. It poses a...
Air-Sea Battle and its Discontents
Detractors consider the Air-Sea Battle concept to be an overarching strategy that excludes land forces. That is simply not...
Controlling Contested Waters
Sea control in the Indo-Pacific is a top priority for both the United States and China—and the People’s...
Naval Postgraduate School: A Sacred Cow?
In the current fiscal climate, the Navy needs to rethink its role in the graduate-education business.

The...

Editor's Page

We were in the final stages of preparing this issue, with its homeland security spotlight, when we first heard the stunning news: There had been a...

Now Hear This - The Navy’s Most Important Resource? Its People

Articles about “unmanned” and “autonomous” weapon...

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Special - Remembering Beirut

On 23 October 1983, terrorists bombed the Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon,...

Facing Our Fears, Managing The Threat
The Department of Defense’s current approach to responding to domestic chemical, biological, radiological, and...
Let's Get Serious About Peacetime Ops
From protecting the sea lanes to disaster relief, the Navy performs a host of missions that are not just ‘warfare...
Lifting the Fog on Cyber Strategy
To optimally navigate the evolving battlefield of cyberspace, the Navy must strengthen its understanding of the Law of...
CEO Notes

Defense reductions should rightfully be a part of the overall solution to deal with the national deficit. Indeed, a solid economy and an effective...

Comment and Discussion

‘Semper CVN!’

(See S. C...

Nobody Asked Me, But. . . - Surface Warfare Officers Should Command Early and Often

Surface warfare is unique in the Navy in that it offers command billets for...

Book Reviews

One Hundred Victories: Special Ops and the Future of American Warfare

Linda Robinson. New York: Public Affairs, 2013. 336 pp. $...

Professional Notes

Change the SWO Training Pipeline

By Lieutenant (j.g.) Joseph Abdullah, U.S. Navy

The surface-...

Naval Systems - Advanced Ship-Power Electronics Demonstrated

The Office of Naval Research is sponsoring work by the Electric Ship Research...

World Naval Developments - India’s Naval Buildup Gains Steam

In August, the Indian Navy celebrated two major milestones. It launched the...

Combat Fleets

On 12 August India’s Cochin Shipyard launched the nation’s first indigenously produced aircraft carrier. The 37,500-ton Vikrant...

Lest We Forget - ‘Exceptionally Heroic Service’

James Jonas Madison had been a merchant mariner for most of his life, having...

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