Proceedings Magazine - December 1919 Vol. 45/12/202

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it is necessary to have a clear understanding of the duties and functions of the commissioned personnel of the navy in order to form an...

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  • Promotion and Natural Selection
    Lieut. Commander F. S. Craven

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    it is necessary to have a clear understanding of the duties and functions of the commissioned personnel of the navy in order to form an intelligent opinion on promotion. These functions have...

  • The Yankee Mining Squadron or Laying the North Sea Mine Barrage
    Captain Reginald R. Belknap

    PREFACE

     

  • The Allegation of Snobbishness - Our Responsibility - and Suggestions Tending Toward Its Eradication
    Commander B. B. Wygant

    There exists in this country a distinct prejudice on the part of some people against naval officers, particularly graduates of the Naval Academy, on account of a snobbishness that is alleged to obtain among them. This feeling is shown in speeches...

  • A Description of the Battle of Jutland
    Lieut. Commander Holloway H. Frost

    VIII. The Battle Cruiser Action. Move 4. 3.48 to 4.08 p. m.

    Position 4

     

    At 3.48 the British and German battle cruisers opened fire simultaneously. According to Beatty's...

  • How Our Infant Navy Strangled a War Horror
    Edgar Stanton Maclay

    During the last ten years the writer of this article has been engaged in collecting material for his "History of the United States," and one of the items brought to light in his exhaustive research is of peculiar interest (at this time...

  • Some Casey Stories
    Captain W. P. Cronan

    Mr. Casey: "Well, Finnegan, the navy isn't what It used to be, is it?"

    Finnegan: "No, sorry and it never was."

     

  • Discussion

    "U. S. C. N."

     

    (SEE PAGE 1699, WHOLE No. 200)

     

  • Professional Notes
    Prepared By Lieut. Commander Wallace L. Lind, U. S. Navy

    FRANCE

     

    The French Version or the Future of the Submarine.—It is not doubted that the submarine will survive the war. Because a disloyal enemy has acted contrary to the rights of peoples and...

  • Diplomatic Notes
    Prepared By A. F. Westcott, Ph. D., Instructor, U. S. Naval Academy

    PEACE TREATY DEBATE IN THE SENATE

     


 
 

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