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June 1910
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Special Notice

June 1910
NAVAL INSTITUTE PRIZE ESSAY, 1911.A prize of two hundred dollars, with a gold medal, and a life-membership in the Institute, is offered by the Naval Institute for the best essay ...

Book Notices

June 1910
"O Bloqueio Moderno." By Lieutenant Jose Cardoso, P. R. N. (Franca Amado, Coimbra. Price, 3s. 6d.)This is a book written in clear and suggestive language on theories about the modern ...

Professional Notes

Prepared by Professor Philip R. Alger, U. S. Navy
June 1910
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Discussion

June 1910
The Merchant Marine and the Navy. (PRIZE ESSAY.) MR LEWIS NIXON.-I am led to reply to Naval Constructor Roberts' article by the importance of its subject rather than by any ...

The U.S. Naval War College

By Rear-Admiral Stephen B. Luce, U. S. Navy
June 1910
The proposition to erect the institution now known as the Naval War College was not received with favor by the naval profession. It was said to be chimerical, impracticable, and ...

The Motor Drive

By R.D. Gatewood
June 1910
THE MOTOR DRIVE [1]By Asst. Naval Constructor Richard D. Gatewood, U. S. Navy.1. Both in this country and abroad the various phases, and there are many, of this subject have ...

U.S. Naval Training Service

By Rear Admiral A.C. Dillingham, U.S. Navy
June 1910
LOCATION OF TRAINING STATIONS AND HABITATION BEST SUITED FOR TRAINING PURPOSES. SYSTEM AND METHODS OF TRAINING. ORDINARY SEAMEN FROM TRAINING STATIONS IN FLEET.(1) It is found that officers of the ...

An Early Globe-Circling Cruise

By Edgar Stanton Maclay, A.M.
June 1910
It is by the process of comparison that concrete objects are shown to be large or small. The artist, in drawing a picture of a building, will insert in his ...

The Destroyer--Our Naval Weakness

By Lieut.-Commander Yates Stirling, Jr., U. S. Navy
June 1910
A great deal has been both said and written upon the question of our naval preparedness. Always the controversy has hinged and centered about the number and size of our ...

Wilkes and D'Urvilles Discoveries in Wilkes Land

By Rear-Admiral J. E. Pillsbury, U. S. Navy
June 1910
In January, 1840, two National Expeditions were in the Antarctic, one the United States Exploring Expedition, consisting of four ships, the Vincennes, Peacock, Porpoise and Flying Fish, under the command ...

A Study of Naval Strategy

By Commander R. Daveluy, French Navy, Translated by Philip R. Alger, U. S. Navy
June 1910
FIFTH PART. EXAMPLES. * The Russo-Japanese War has not been considered under this head because it has been the subject of a special work (La Lutte pour l'empire de la ...

The Enlisted Personnel

By Lieut.-Commander T. P. Magruder, U. S. Navy
June 1910
In the abundant discussions on the navy's personnel in recent years, it has appeared to the writer that these discussions, as regards the enlisted man, have been principally to formulate ...

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