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  • ‘Military to Mariner’ Program Bridges Merchant/Navy Gap
    By Lieutenant Shawn M. Henry, U.S. Navy

  • More Comment & Discussion from December

    The October Issue

    (See October 2018)

    I want to extend congratulations to the editorial staff for an...

  • Security Cooperation for the 21st Century
    By Representative Jim Banks (R-IN)

    Rear Admiral Joey Tynch, U.S. Navy, and Major Walee Roslie, Royal Brunei Air Force, during last month's...

  • Proceedings Today Photo of the Week: 7 December 2018

    Sailors assigned to the guided-missile destroyer USS Thomas Hudner (DDG-116) man the rails as the ship comes to life during its...

  • Professional Notes: Environmental Prediction Is a Weapon System
    By Captains R. Russell Smith and Sean Robinson and Commander Kate Hermsdorfer, U.S. Navy; and Bill Kerr

    Typhoon Neoguri near Okinawa, Japan, July 2014. More accurate weather forecasting is an operational and...

  • To Innovate, Doctrine Is More Important than Technology
    By Major Scott Humr, U.S. Marine Corps

    Early the interwar period, Marine Major Earl Ellis envisaged the need to conquer fortified islands in the Pacific to allow the United...

  • CEO Notes
    By Vice Admiral Pete Daly, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    “The power to inform, convene, and inspire” campaign

  • Editor's Page: 2018 Was the Year of Readiness, Peer Competition, & China
    By Captain Bill Hamblet, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    2018: Readiness, Peer Competition, and China

    The year has flown by, and the...

  • Comment & Discussion

    A photo of the USS Thresher (SSN-593) taken through the periscope of the USS Hardhead (SS-...

  • Lest We Forget: Blue Angel Out Through the Canopy
    By A. Denis Clift

    In action in the Pacific during World War II, then-Lieutenant (j.g.) “Ray” Hawkins had 14 confirmed and three probable...

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  • DoD Needs a Joint Cyber Red Team
    By Lieutenant Commander Adam Sinsel, U.S. Navy

  • Professional Notes: The Marine Corps Needs Hybrid-Electric Vehicles
    By Captain Jordan M. Reid, U.S. Marine Corps

    The Joint Light Tactical Vehicle at the U.S. Marine Corps Transportation Demonstration Support Area in...

  • Every Marine Is NOT an Advisor
    By Major Rafiel Deon Warfield, U.S. Marine Corps

    The Corps should implement a screening and selection process for foreign security force advisors.

  • Institutionalize the ‘Comprehensive Review’ Process
    By Captain John P. Cordle, U.S. Navy (Retired)

  • China is Competing For U.S. Allies, Too
    By Ensign Andrew J. Bilden, U.S. Navy

    Japanese soldiers load equipment into an amphibious assault vehicle on the USS Ashland (LSD-48) during exercise KAMANDAG 2 in...

  • Autonomous Unmanned Systems Give Amphibious Assault an Edge
    By Captain George Galdorisi, U.S. Navy (Retired), and Scott C. Truver

     

    The MANTAS T6 and T12 operating together during S2ME2. (U.S. Navy)

  • Administrative Success is an Online Uphill Battle
    By Commander Jennifer Runion and Chief Yeoman Kyle Chavez, U.S. Coast Guard
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  • Artificial Intelligence Could Free Yeomen
    By Lieutenant Commander Andrew Perodeau, U.S. Coast Guard

    AI could reduce mundane data entry and free yeomen for other value-added tasks. (Shutterstock)...

  • Realistic Trauma Training Hones Surgical Teams
    By Captains John D. Malone, U.S. Navy (Retired) and Mitchell Dukovich, Medical Service Corps, U.S. Navy (Retired); Captain Tuan N. Hoang, Medical Corps, U.S. Navy; and Kit Lavell

    With up-to-date intensive curriculum in an immersive environment, simulations can improve medical readiness and patient outcomes.(Kit Lavell,...

  • Study the Past To Win Today
    By Lieutenant Commander Jason A. Fite, U.S. Navy

    Naval History and Heritage Command (“Battle of Valcour Island...

  • Now Hear This: China Is Gaining Access, Influence in the Americas
    By Lieutenant Allison Scott, U.S. Navy

    The El Salvadoran foreign minister and his Chinese counterpart exchange documents at a ceremony in August...

  • Nobody Asked Me, But . . . Five Missions to Improve Coast Guard Messaging
    By Commander Grant Thomas, U.S. Coast Guard

    During a recent U.S. Coast Guard Officer Candidate School (OCS) interview, the applicant was asked about the Coast Guard’s roles, responsibilities, and missions. Her response was good, as she mentioned the Coast Guard’s 11 statutory...

  • From the Deckplates: Who Needs Women?
    By Petty Officer Second Class Amanda Bednarchick, U.S. Coast Guard

    Women have played an important role in U.S. Coast Guard history. From the American Revolution to 1948, women served as assistant—in some cases, primary—lighthouse keepers. The first woman to serve was Hannah Thomas, who took her...

  • Special: A Christmas Eve Mass for the Living
    By Charles M. Fuss Jr.

     

     

    The USS Bataan (CVL-29) returning home after seven months in Korean waters, 25 June 1951.

  • Professional Notes: Preparing for Arctic Naval Operations
    By Commander Mika Raunu, Finnish Navy; and Commander Rory Berke, U.S. Navy

    Finnish Navy ship MHC Katanpää on winter training in the Northern Baltic Sea this year...

  • Leadership Forum: Millennial Leaders Will Win Tomorrow's Wars
    By Lieutenant Commander Steven R. Moffitt, U.S. Navy

    Millennials—individuals born between 1980 and 2000—now comprise more than 80 percent of the active-duty U.S. military. As the United States faces lingering conflicts in the Middle East, North Korea’s erratic behavior, Russian...

  • Book Reviews
  • World Naval Developments: French SMX 31 Concept Submarine Is Intriguing
    By Norman Friedman

    A model of Naval Systems’ SMX 31 concept submarine on display at the biennial Euronaval show in...

  • Combat Fleets
    By Eric Wertheim

    Starboard bow-on view of USS Indiana (SSN-789) underway.The Navy’...

  • Naval Systems: Unmanned Sensor Tech Coming for LCS Missions
    By Edward J. Walsh

    The Kraken Katfish synthetic-aperture sonar (Kraken Robotic Systems)

    The Naval Undersea Warfare...

  • Naval Institute Foundation: Unleash The Power to Inform, Convene, and Inspire

    Drawing inspiration from President John Adams’ challenge, “Let us dare to read, think, speak, and write,” the Naval Institute is charged with the mission to provide an independent forum for those who dare to read, think, speak,...

  • From Our Archive

    “There is nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer.”

     

    Gen. James H. Doolittle (1896–1993)

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