Proceedings Magazine - December 1920 Vol. 46/12/214

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THE ELEMENTS OF LEADERSHIP 
By Captain Dudley W. Knox, U. S. Navy 
 
In its broadest sense Leadership encompasses the entire profession of the...
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  • The Elements Of Leadership
    By Captain Dudley W. Knox, U. S Navy
    THE ELEMENTS OF LEADERSHIP 
    By Captain Dudley W. Knox, U. S. Navy 
     
    In its broadest sense Leadership encompasses the entire profession of the officer; and is virtually synonymous with officership...
  • Notes On International Affairs
    Prepared By Allan Westcott, Ph. D., Instructor, U. S. Naval Academy
    NOTES ON INTERNATIONAL AEFAIRS
    FROM OCTOBER 10 TO NOVEMBER 10
    Prepared by Allan Westcott, U. S. Naval Academy
     
    POLAND AND RUSSIA
     
    Polish Troops Occupy Vilna.—...
  • Admiral Nearchos
    By Captain C. Q. Wright (Ch. C.), U. S. Navy
    ADMIRAL NEARCHOS 
    By Captain C.Q. Wright (Ch. C), U. S. Navy 
     
    Among all the great men associated with Alexander no one has left a reputation more noble and unsullied than Nearchos.
  • Our Divided Personnel
    By Rear Admiral A. C. Dillingham, U. S. Navy
    OUR DIVIDED PERSONNEL 
    By Rear Admiral A.C. Dillingham, U. S.
  • Functions Of The Office Of Naval Operations
    By Commander R. Castex, French Navy. Translated By Prof. Allan Westcott, U. S. N. A.
    FUNCTIONS OF THE OFFICE OF NAVAL OPERATIONS 
    By Commander R. Castex, French Navy
    Translated by Prof. Allan Westcott, U. S. Naval Academy
     
    I have recently read with keen interest the...
  • Discussion, What Is The Matter With Operating Engineering?
    By Lieut. Commander R. R. Smith, U. S. Navy
    DISCUSSION
    What is the Matter with Operating Engineering?
    (See Page 1431, Whole No. 211)
     
    Lieut. Commander R.R. Smith, U. S. Navy.—The article in the September number by Lieut. Commander H...
  • Review Of Books
    REVIEW OF BOOKS
    "Escuela Del Buque," Por Juan Rivera, Teniente De Navio De La Marina Cubana.
     
    This book, which was compiled primarily for the use of officers of the Cuban Navy, consists...
  • Rebuilding The Navy's Enlisted Personnel
    By Lieutenant E. R. Henning, U. S. Navy
    REBUILDING THE NAVY'S ENLISTED PERSONNEL 
    By Lieutenant E.R. Henning, U. S. Navy
     
    In a problem of this nature no time need be lost in the presentation of the lamentable details of the...
  • Professional Notes
    By Lieut. Commander H. W. Underwood, U. S. Navy
    PROFESSIONAL NOTES
    Prepared by Lieut. Commander H.W. Underwood, U. S. Navy
     
    FRANCE
     
    Coast Defence.—The news transmitted by our Paris correspondent that the guns of...
  • Graphical Method for Reducing Latitude Sights to Meridian
    By Richard D. Fay

    The alignment chart here given furnishes a simple means for working an ex-meridian sight graphically. The theory on which this method is based is the same as that given in Bowditch’s Navi­gator, and the work performed with the chart is...

  • A Method of Gun Construction by Radial Expansion
    By Commodore S. J. Brown (Math. C.), U. S. Navy

    Early in March, 1917, when it appeared that the United States would be drawn into the European War, a proposal was made by Prof. P. L. Bridgman, of the Jefferson Physical Laboratory, Harvard University, to the Bureau of Ordnance to construct a 3-...

  • Steel Tower Construction at the World's Greatest Radio Station
    By D. Graham Copeland, Formerly Lieut. Commander Corps of Civil Engineers, U. S. Navy, Officer-in-Charge of Erection

    Historical

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