Military Preparedness

By Naval Constructor Richard D. Gatewood, U. S. Navy
May 1914
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
May 1914
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 ...

The Military-Industrial Organization of the Navy

By Lieut. Commander Thomas A. Kearney, U. S. Navy
May 1914
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 ...

The Tragic Days of Vera Cruz

Translated By Commander R. W. Mcneely, U. S. Navy
May 1914
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 ...

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
May 1914
*Extracted and translated from an article entitled "The Economic and Strategic Importance of the Panama Canal," appearing in Ueberall (Berlin) for February, 1914. TRANSLATOR'S NOTE.—The author first gives a brief ...

Professional Notes

Prepared By Lieutenant C. C. Gill, U. S. Navy
May 1914
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