Proceedings Magazine - July-August 1916 Vol. 42/4/164

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Motto: Veritas me dirigit.

Would the defence of our coast, and incidentally aggressive action, be better provided for by the expenditure of a given amount in the construction of the largest...

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  • Large vs. A Greater Number of Smaller Battleships
    By Lieut. Commander Thomas Lee Johnson, U. S. Navy

    Motto: Veritas me dirigit.

    Would the defence of our coast, and incidentally aggressive action, be better provided for by the expenditure of a given amount in the construction of the largest type of battleships, or in more of a smaller size...

  • Aeroplane Accidents: Causes and Remedies
    By Lieutenant (J.G.) R. C. Saufley, U. S. Navy

    In the early stages of torpedo practice, in fact not infrequently in recent times, it often happened that erratic performances of this weapon were looked upon in mystery, and the only explanation offered was that the torpedo was a freak....

  • The Greatest Need of the United States Navy: Proper Organization for the Successful Conduct of War, An Estimate Of The Situation.
    By Lieut. Commander W. P. Cronan, U. S. Navy

    Motto: "To win a race, the swiftness of a dart

    Availeth not without a timely start."

    INTRODUCTION

    It is to be presumed that all students of strategy, at least those who have essayed the solution of...

  • Our Navy And The West Indian Pirates: A Documentary History
    By Rear Admiral Caspar F. Goodrich, U. S. Navy

    Introduction

     

  • Emden (Concluded)
    By Lieutenant Hellmuth Von Mucke, Executive Officer of Emden, Free translation by Lieutenant J. H. Klein, Jr., U. S. Navy

    VIII. THE DISTRESS OF THE NIBELUNGS

  • The Naval Radio Stations of the Panama Canal Zone
    By Lieutenant R. S. Crenshaw, U. S. Navy

    In its system of radio communication for the Canal Zone, the navy has kept up to the high standard set by the Canal in general in having thoroughly modern equipment. The layout comprises one coastal station at each end of the Canal for ship to...

  • The Naval Academy from the View-Point of a French Officer
    Translated By Lieut. Commander O. W. Fowler, U. S. Navy

    Translated from the French Le Journal d'un Aspirant

  • Accurate Measurement Of Torpedo Ranges
    By Lieutenant (J. G.) Francis S. Craven, U. S. Navy

    History

    The method of checking up torpedo ranges hereinafter described has the following advantages over any other method:

    (a)   It is independent of navigational marks on shore—hence of charts.

    (b)...

  • The Romance of Joshua Barney
    By Commander T. D. Parker, U. S. Navy

    *For the facts of this article, the writer is indebted to the "Memoirs of Commodore Joshua Barney," edited by his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mary Chase Barney; "The Pictorial History of the American Navy," by John Frost; Cooper...

  • How to Shoot the Service Pistol
    By Lieutenant G. E. Brandt, U. S. Navy

    1. The automatic pistol, when introduced, brought with it a new set of complications to be mastered in order to secure accurate shooting. True, the general principles for securing accuracy with the revolver are equally applicable to the pistol;...

  • Professional Notes
    Prepared By Lieut. Commander J. W. Greenslade, U. S. Navy

    PROFESSIONAL NOTES

    GENERAL ARRANGEMENT

    Naval Powers:

    *            Argentina            ...

  • International Notes: Naval War Notes
    Prepared By Lieut. Commander J. W. Greenslade, U. S. Navy

    This html article is produced from an uncorrected text file through optical character recognition. Prior to 1940 articles all text has been corrected, but from 1940 to the present most still remain uncorrected....

  • International Notes: Diplomatic Relations
    Prepared By A. F. Wescott, Ph. D., Instructor, U. S. Naval Academy
  • Discussion, "Brood of the Constitution"

    (SEE PAGE 925, WHOLE NO. 163)

    JAMES MORRIS MORGAN.—That is a good criticism which Mr. Park Benjamin writes on the story of the "Brood of the Constitution," but it has one small defect: he has...

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