Proceedings Magazine - March 2014 Vol. 140/3/1,333

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Three case studies from U.S. naval history emphasize the importance of applying lessons learned in making changes to the way we fight.

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Revitalize American Sea Power
Failing to bolster the U.S. Navy in the face of 21st-century maritime threats could prove disastrous to the international...
Sustaining Our Amphibious Capability
Scrap the 30-year shipbuilding plan. The U.S. Navy must adopt a realistic, cost-effective blueprint to ensure a viable ship...
The Commanders Respond

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Royal Australian Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Bangladesh Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Belgian Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Royal Canadian Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Finnish Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: French Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: German Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Hellenic Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Italian Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Royal Netherlands Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Royal New Zealand Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Royal Norwegian Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Nigerian Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Pakistan Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Peruvian Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Republic of Singapore Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Chief of the Naval Staff, Slovene Armed Forces

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Spanish Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Sri Lanka Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Suriname Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

The Commanders Respond: Turkish Navy

In today’s complex and dynamic threat environment, military leaders must effectively employ limited resources to execute their...

Now Hear This - Loosen the Noose

‘Wherever a [U.S.] military base is located, [the United States] is tied...

From the Deckplates - Take the Long View

Constant change is one of the most common causes of complaint in the military....

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Adapt, Innovate, and Adapt Some More
Three case studies from U.S. naval history emphasize the importance of applying lessons learned in making changes to the...
The Italian Navy's New Direction
Not unlike other current sea forces, Italy’s now must navigate between the Scylla of budgetary parameters and the...
'Partnerships Matter'
Relationships with international navies have tangible benefits, especially in acquisition, and create a ‘win-win-win...
World Navies in Review

Maritime forces continued to play a vital role this past year in diplomatic and military events around the globe. In every corner of the world...

Editor's Page

Some things never go out of style. That’s true of good grooming, good fashion, good music—and good ideas. In November 2005 the concept...

CEO Notes

The Annual Meeting of the U.S. Naval Institute is scheduled for 1500 on 16 April 2014 at the Navy Memorial, 701 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W.,...

Comment and Discussion
Nobody Asked Me, But . . . - The Navy Must Regain Its Fighting Spirit

Creeds and oaths are common throughout the military to motivate and drive esprit...

Book Reviews

The Measure of a Man: My Father, the Marine Corps, and Saipan

Kathleen Broome Williams. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press,...

Professional Notes

A JO’s Guide to Operating Abroad

By Lieutenant Commander Erika Gehlen, U.S. Navy

Whether you...

Oceans - Calling All Ships—Where Are You?

There has been considerable international concern about issues of privacy and...

World Naval Developments - Asia Powderkeg?

In December, the Chinese province of Hainan announced an exclusive Chinese...

Lest We Forget - 'Uncle Wiggly Wings'

At a recent concert held in the Mormon Tabernacle, a strange thing occurred....

Naval Institute Foundation

In His Own Words: The Honorable Sean O’Keefe

My father was a submariner, so I first became aware of the Naval Institute and ...

From Our Archive

‘Grace was in all her steps, heaven in her eye,
In every gesture dignity and love.’ 

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