Proceedings Magazine - January 2014 Vol. 140/1/1,331

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No matter what the future surface force might look like, the Navy first needs to invest in educating its people. The best place to start is a Naval Surface and Expeditionary...
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Building the Surface Fleet of Tomorrow
The Navy must maintain the current surface force while it procures the future one.

As Director, Surface...

A Modular Warship for 2025
A common hull design adaptable to multiple missions would make tomorrow’s Navy flexible, versatile, and affordable....
Time for a U.S. Cyber Force
Instead of each armed service having its own version of a cyber command, why not create a separate entity altogether that...
Fireproof Commanding Officers
A career built on solid ethics and character development is the best way to safeguard naval leaders from relief due to...
Editor's Page

Last month we focused on the myriad challenges facing the Navy. In this issue we narrow the lens to examine one particular community in greater...

Now Hear This - Revisit the Next Security Frontier

Recent Proceedings articles concerning the Arctic Ocean reflect...

From the Deckplates - Do Not Use on the Job

The Department of Defense continues to make news for the wrong reasons. A recent...

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Tactical Paradigm Shift
No matter what the future surface force might look like, the Navy first needs to invest in educating its people. The best...
Beware the Antiship Cruise Missile
To guard against complacency after years without an equally matched adversary, the U.S.
Air-Sea Battle Disclaimers and 'Kill-Chains'
The problem with promises of ideal warfare is that they ignore the harsh realities of war....
A Riverine Approach to Irregular Warfare
When it comes to countering unconventional threats, the U.S. Navy’s river forces deliver the goods.
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Fighting Platform Poverty
Before spending precious acquisition dollars on the latest C5I technology, the Navy must carefully evaluate whether or not...
CEO Notes

It is a pleasure to extend renewed greetings to each and every Member as we enter 2014. I am happy to report the Naval Institute had a very...

Comment and Discussion
Nobody Asked Me, But... - We Really Are a Global Force for Good

Navy Times recently reported on focus-group studies in San Diego and...

Book Reviews

Brothers at War: The Unending Conflict in Korea

Sheila Miyoshi Jager. New York: W. W. Norton, 2013. 605 pp. Notes. Biblio. Maps...

Professional Notes

Radar Piloting Tools, at Your Service

By Captain Brian F. Boyce, U.S. Navy (Retired)

On 7...

U.S. Navy - First Among the Best

When the first cruisers of the U.S. Navy’s Ticonderoga class...

Oceans - Robots Roam the Deep

They are everywhere. Increasing numbers of robotic vehicles are employed for a...

Combat Fleets

Amid political turmoil last November, the Egyptian Navy took delivery of the S. Ezzat, the first of a new class of Ambassador Mk-III...

Lest We Forget - ‘First Blood’

In his two-masted schooner Gaspee, Royal Navy Lieutenant William...

Naval Institute Foundation

An Evening in Philadelphia

Several dozen Naval Institute Members and their guests recently gathered for cocktails and dinner at...

World Naval Developments - Learning to Love the (Iranian) Bomb

In November the U.S. government announced that it was relaxing some of the...

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‘O Winter, ruler of the inverted year!’ — William Cowper (1731–1800)...


 
 

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