Our Newest Navy: How Its Cost Is Being Determined

By Captain David Potter, Pay Corps, U. S. Navy
February 1919
OUR NEWEST NAVYHOW ITS COST IS BEING DETERMINEDBy Captain David Potter, Pay Corps, U. S. Navy I Several hundred vessels of our newest navy—vessels of types from battle-cruiser to mine-sweeper ...

Young America

By Commander Stanford E. Moses, U. S. Navy
February 1919
YOUNG AMERICA By Commander Stanford E. Moses, U. S. Navy The novelty in the narrative which follows centers chiefly in the youth and spirit of the men who did the ...

Resilvering Sextant Mirrors

By Lieut. Commander Robert T. Young, U. S. Navy
February 1919
RESILVERING SEXTANT MIRRORSBy Lieut. Commander Robert T. Young, U. S. Navy At present when ships are making long sea voyages, frequently the navigator will find that his sextant mirrors are ...

Professional Notes

Prepared By Commander S. A. Taffinder, U.S. Navy
February 1919
FRANCE. A New French Cruiser.—Reports from Paris indicate that the Lamotte-Piquel, the nameship of a new class of light cruisers, is either completed or approaching completion. It is nearly 20 ...

Diplomatic Notes

Prepared By A. F. Westcott, Ph. D., Instructor, U. S. Naval Academy
February 1919
DIPLOMATIC NOTESFrom December 20 to January 20Prepared by Allan Westcott, Ph.D., Instructor, U. S. Naval Academy OPENING OF THE PEACE CONFERENCE Preliminary Meetings of Supreme Council.—Following his visit to Italy, ...

Review Of Books

February 1919
REVIEW OF BOOKS ON SUBJECTS OF PROFESSIONAL INTEREST "Naval Machinery." Third Edition. By H. C. Dinger, Commander, U. S. Navy. Price, $3.00. (New York: D. Van Nostrand Company.) This is ...

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