Proceedings Magazine - August 1920 Vol. 46/8/210

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  • Report And Recommendations Of A Board Appointed By The Bureau Of Navigation Regarding The Instruction And Training Of Line Officers
    REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF A BOARD APPOINTED BY THE BUREAU OF NAVIGATION REGARDING THE INSTRUCTION AND TRAINING OF LINE OFFICERS'
     
    Outline of Board Report
     
    1. Scheme of report....

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  • Professional Notes
    Prepared By Lieut. Commander Wallace L. Lind, U. S. Navy
    PROFESSIONAL NOTES
    Prepared by Lieut. Commander H.W. Underwood, U. S. Navy
     
    FRANCE
     
    French Navy Notes.—Since maritime expansion is par excellence the outward expression of...
  • Review Of Books
    REVIEW OF BOOKS ON SUBJECTS OF PROFESSIONAL INTEREST
     
    "The Maintenance of Peace." By S. C. Vestal, Lieutenant Colonel, Coast Artillery Corps, U. S. Array. (Published by G. P. Putnam Sons, New York.)
    ...
  • The "St. Lawrence" And The "Petrel"
    By James Morris Morgan
    THE ST.
  • Sketch Of Present Radio Situation Influence On Tactics And Strategy.
    By Lieut. Commander S. C. Hooper, U. S. Navy
    SKETCH OF PRESENT RADIO SITUATION INFLUENCE ON TACTICS AND STRATEGY
    By Lieut. Commander S.C. Hooper, U. S. Navy
     
    The two largest radio concerns in the world are the British Marconi Company, of England, and...
  • Our First National Shipping Policy
    By James P. Baxter, 3D
    OUR FIRST NATIONAL SHIPPING POLICY 
    By James Baxter, 3D 
     
    A more cogent presentation of the case for government owned and operated merchant ships than Lieut. Commander K. C. McIntosh’s...
  • Notes On International Affairs
    Prepared By A. F. Westcott, Ph. D., Instructor, U. S. Naval Academy
    NOTES ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
    FROM JUNE 10 TO JULY 10
    Prepared by Allan Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy
     
    WORK OF THE SPA CONFERENCE
     
    Preliminary Meeting at...
  • Tact In Relation To Discipline
    By Lieut. Commander J. Ogden Hoffman, U. S. Navy
    TACT IN RELATION TO DISCIPLINE 
    By Lieut. Commander J. Ogden Hoffman, U. S. Navy 
     
    To achieve the greatest results from any organization, civil or military, there must be discipline, tactfully...
  • An Application of the Method of Analyzing the Engineering Performance of Destroyers
    By Lieut. Commander Wentworth H. Osgood, U. S. Navy

    I. Outline of Article

    This article is written with the purpose of explaining by means of definitions and specific examples the elements which, taken together, constitute a complete analysis of the engineering per­...

  • Accuracy of Fire at Long Ranges
    By Captain J. V. Chase, U.S. Navy

    In recent years there has been much discussion on the subject of the accuracy of our naval guns at long ranges, brought about not only by the natural increase in practicable ranges, due to the development of guns of larger caliber and greater...


 
 

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