Mysteries Of The Sea

By James Morris Morgan
October 1920
MYSTERIES OF THE SEA By James Morris MorganIn reading the following official report of the captain of the U. S. S. Victoria, one of the blockading fleet off Wilmington, N. ...

Review Of Books

October 1920
REVIEW OF BOOKS ON SUBJECTS OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS "Marine Engineers' Handbook."—Sterling. 1450 pages, fully illustrated. Index of 28 pages. (Published by McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York.) This handbook, as ...

How The "Cushing" Towed In The "Murray."

By Lieutenant (J. G.) Paul W. Haim (C. C.), U. S. Navy
October 1920
HOW THE CUSHING TOWED IN THE MURRAYBy Lieutenant (J. G.) Paul W. Hains (C. C), U. S. Navy Those officers who were stationed at Brest, France, about Thanksgiving, 1918, will ...

Professional Notes

Prepared By Lieut. Commander H. W. Underwood, U. S. Navy
October 1920
PROFESSIONAL NOTES Prepared by Lieut. Commander H.W. Underwood, U. S. Navy FRANCE French Naval Progress.—The voting of the Marine Budget by the two Chambers has shown that the Senate is ...

Radio Equipment On "NC" Seaplanes

By Lieut. Commander Robert A. Lavender, U. S. Navy
October 1920
The prominent part taken by radio apparatus in the trans-Atlantic flight of the NC seaplanes has emphasized the uses and needs of such radio apparatus during long flights along the ...

Discussion, On The Importance Of Leadership

By Rear Admiral Caspar F. Goodrich, U. S. Navy
October 1920
DISCUSSIONOn the Importance of Leadership(See Page 335, Whole No. 205) Rear Admiral Caspar F. Goodrich, U. S. Navy.—Owing to my absence in the Far East, the March number of the ...

Notes On International Affairs

Prepared By Allen Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy
October 1920
NOTES ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRSFROM AUGUST 10 TO SEPTEMBER 10Prepared by Allan Westcott, U. S. Naval Academy POLAND AND RUSSIA Secretary Colby States American Policy.—In the form of a note to ...

Line of Position by Azimuth Observations

By A. B. Clements
October 1920
The navigator has from earliest days depended upon measure­ments of the altitude of heavenly bodies. At first the latitude alone was calculated, then, with the improvement in time-keepers, the longitude ...

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