Proceedings Magazine - May-June 1914 Vol. 40/3/151

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(SEE PAGE 1571, WHOLE No. 148, Vol. 39, No. 4, DECEMBER, 1913)

 

 

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  • Discussion: The Petty Officer Question

     

    (SEE PAGE 1571, WHOLE No. 148, Vol. 39, No. 4, DECEMBER, 1913)

     

     

  • State Naval Volunteers for the Reserve Fleets of the United States Navy
    By Lieutenant C. C. Gill, U. S. Navy

    Motto: A volunteer navy brings the people and the navy to a closer understanding; makes for a saner appreciation of national responsibilities; and is a policy of national defence in harmony with the genius of our national institutions....

  • Military Preparedness
    By Naval Constructor Richard D. Gatewood, U. S. Navy

    Honorable Mention, 1914

     

    Motto: Given to strong delusion, wholly believing a lie,

    Ye saw that the land lay fenceless, and ye let the months go by Waiting some easy wonder:...

  • Intracoastal Waterways—The Cape Cod Canal
    By Lieut. Commander A. St. Clair Smith, U. S. Navy

    The attention of the naval service at large has been drawn on occasion to the question of inland waterways, canals more particularly, or canals and natural waterways combined. This movement in recent years has had more especially to deal with...

  • A Half Century Of Naval Administration In America, 1861-1911
    By Charles Oscar Paullin

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    THE NAVY, 1897-1911

     

    SECTION I. PERSONNEL

     

  • The Military-Industrial Organization of the Navy
    By Lieut. Commander Thomas A. Kearney, U. S. Navy

    To the student of industrial organization, the practical man, the graduate engineer, and to those interested in the management of our great corporations, the navy of the United States affords an excellent and profitable field of study.

    ...

  • Discussion: The Military-Industrial Organization of the Navy

    NAVAL CONSTRUCTOR G. S. RADFORD, U. S. Navy.—Having made a special study of the subject of organization, I found Lieutenant Commander Kearney's article very interesting. A careful reading of his paper indicates that he tends to rest his...

  • Tamanend Vs. Tecumseh: Identification of the Figurehead of the United States Ship of the Line Delaware
    By Commander Charles F. Preston, U. S. Navy

    The figurehead of the Delaware is a part of the tradition of the United States Naval Academy. It is mounted on a stone pedestal facing Bancroft Hall.

     

    To every graduate of the Academy, there is a certain amount of...

  • What Should Be the Relations Between the Battle Fleet and the Reserve Fleet
    By Captain W. S. Sims, U. S. Navy

    NOTE.—The following lecture was written by Commander W. V. Pratt, U. S. Navy, while a member of the Naval War College staff and, beyond being somewhat modified to facilitate oral delivery, was not changed in any essential respect before...

  • The Tragic Days of Vera Cruz
    Translated By Commander R. W. Mcneely, U. S. Navy

    THE FIRST PUBLISHED NATIVE ACCOUNT OF THE SEIZURE OF VERA CRUZ BY THE U. S. NAVAL FORCE UNDER REAR ADMIRAL FLETCHER, U. S. NAVY

    It was eleven twenty yesterday when alarming notices, which had been in...

  • General Solutions of the Problems of "The Reduction to the Prime Vertical and to the Meridian," With a New Graphic Method for the Solution of Various Problems in Navigation
    By Captain Armistead Rust, U. S. Navy

    THE REDUCTION TO THE PRIME VERTICAL

     

    1. This method for finding the longitude from an observation near the prime vertical was first proposed by Naval Instructor H. B. Goodwin, Royal Navy, and published in the U...

  • The Diplomatic Responsibility of the United States Navy
    By Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske, U. S. Navy

    From the earliest times navies and armies have been used to support the diplomatic policies of countries.

     

    The necessity of men to unite in tribes, clans and nations for mutual protection and the defence of their common...

  • A German View of the Strategic Importance of the Panama Canal
    By Dr. F. Zadow, Privatdozent of the University of Greifswald; Translated by Lieut. Commander E.J. King, U.S. Navy

    *Extracted and translated from an article entitled "The Economic and Strategic Importance of the Panama Canal," appearing in Ueberall (Berlin) for February, 1914.

  • A Suggestion for the Use of Battleships in Reserve
    By Lieutenant F. A. Savage, Maryland Naval Militia

    This paper is offered as a suggestion that battleships in reserve be utilized both as auxiliary recruiting stations for the navy, and as bases for training the naval militia.

     

  • Discussion: The Great Lesson from Nelson For To-Day

    (SEE PAGE: 295, WHOLE No. 150, VOL. 40, No. 2, MARCH-APRIL, 1914)

     

  • Professional Notes
    Prepared By Lieutenant C. C. Gill, U. S. Navy

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