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EA-6B Prowler on board USS Enterprise (CVN-65).
Sailors on board the Hayler (DD-997) handle lines during underway replenishment in high seas. Winners of the Second Annual Enlisted Essay Contests are featured in this issue.
Crewmen tension a missile-armed Rafale M on the catapult during tests of the French Navy's new fighter.
Canadair's CL-415 amphibian was designed for search and rescue, maritime patrol and surveillance, and fire fighting, as well as other maritime missions.
Capable of fufillling many mission on a single deployment, the carrier will remain the centerpiece of the "Navy after Next." The USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74), with Carrier Air Wing Seven embarked, heads to the Persion Gulf on her first operational deployment.
Proceedings highlights submarine and undersea warfare issues each June - here, on board the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS Miami (SSN-755).
Proceedings celebrates Independence Day by honoring the nation's veterans. "MIlitary Retirees Will Test Federal Health Care Benefits."
Marines from the Chemical Biological Incident Response Force recently participated in a Biological Warfare Exercise in Washington, DC.
An F-14A Tomcat, self-portrait by Tom Twomey. Special aviation focus package begins Reflections by R.F. O'Connor - For naval aviators, all roads lead back to Trador Jon's.
Award-winning designer Gerry Valerio combines Edward Moran's "The Ocean: The Highway of All Nations" (U.S. Naval Academy) and Royal Navy photographer Stephen Saywell's rendition of the Naval Institute's logo of the pen over the sword to commemorate the organization's...
Infantry Assault Course, Camp Pendlleton. For the Marine recruit, not much has changed over the years. For the Corps itself, a great deal is changing.
The Coast Guard is center stage in this issue, featuring contributions from the Commandant and the winners of the Coast Guard Essay Contest. Cover photo by PAC David M. Santos catches H-65 hoisting ASMC Donald Murray during rescue drills.