The Warfare Of The Future

By Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske, U. S. Navy
February 1921
THE WARFARE OF THE FUTUREBy Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske, U. S, Navy In a recent book, "The Art of Fighting," I endeavored to show how all warfare had developed ...

Suggestions For Improving Navy Morale

By Commander C. F. Russell, U. S. Navy
February 1921
SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING NAVY MORALEBy Commander C. F. Russell, U. S. Navy Recently a young man was asked why he didn't enlist in the navy. He said: "I don't want ...

Squantum, The Victory Plant

By Captain Reginald R. Belknap, U. S. Navy
February 1921
SQUANTUM, THE VICTORY PLANTBy Captain Reginald R. Belknap, U. S. Navy PART I To the service at large, Squantum was first introduced by Captain Henry Williams (C. C.) writing in ...

Good Steering

By Lieut. Commander A. M. R. Allen, U. S. Navy
February 1921
GOOD STEERINGBy Lieut. Commander A. M. R. Allen, U. S. Navy A type of apparatus for studying the work of the steersman is described in the August number of the ...

The Fate Of The Dreadnought

By Lieut. Commander Guysbert B. Vroom, U. S. Navy, And William Oliver Stevens
February 1921
THE FATE OF THE DREADNOUGHTBy Lieut. Commander Guysbert B. Vroom, U. S. Navy, and William Oliver Stevens The war that has shaken so many things loose and toppled down so ...

Position Plotting By Radio Experts

By Elmer B. Collins, Nautical Expert
February 1921
POSITION PLOTTING BY RADIO BEARINGS By Elmer B. Collins, Nautical Expert The navigator approaching the coast after a stormy passage with unfavorable weather conditions that preclude the employment of observations ...

Under-Water Trajectories

By Alan S. Hawkesworth, F. R. S. A , Mathematician, Bureau of Ordnance
February 1921
*Comment by the Bureau of Ordnance: Hawkesworth's article has been checked over by the Bureau and is correct so far as the validity of the assumptions and evaluations are concerned. ...

Perry's Expedition To Japan

By Mary H. Krout
February 1921
The maker of records can seldom forecast the future with much accuracy. He writes, in reality, for his own times, and cannot realize events that are destined to reshape that ...

Amalgamation

By Commander N. H. Goss, U. S. Navy
February 1921
AMALGAMATIONBy Commander N. H. Goss, U. S. Navy The principle is well established that a homogeneous squadron of vessels can operate more efficiently than a heterogeneous one. It would also ...

Operations Ashore In The Dominican Republic

By Major Edwin N. Mcclellan, U. S. M. C.
February 1921
OPERATIONS ASHORE IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLICBy Major Edwin N. McClellan, U. S. M. C. The Dominican Republic was established in February, 1844, and, except for a period of about four ...

Discussion, Promotion In The Navy

By Captain J. S. Taylor (Medical Corps), U. S. Navy
February 1921
Promotion in the Navy(See Page 7, Whole No. 215) Captain J. S. Taylor (Medical Corps), U. S. Navy.—Lieut. Commander Vossler's able paper commands universal attention. To combine the three methods ...

Discussion, Indirect Fire For Naval Guns

By Commander D. C. Bingham, U. S. Navy
February 1921
Indirect Fire for Naval Guns(See Page 61, Whole No. 215) Commander D. C. Bingham, U. S. Navy.—The subject of "indirect fire" afloat is one of increasing and urgent importance and ...

Professional Notes

Prepared By Lieut. Commander H. W. Underwood, U. S. Navy
February 1921
PROFESSIONAL NOTES Prepared by Lieut. Commander H. W. Underwood, U. S. Navy FRANCE Seaplane Versus Battleship.—The comprehensive bombing and firing seaplane experiments shortly to take place on the ex-Austrian 20,000-ton ...

Notes On International Affairs

Prepared By Allen Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy
February 1921
NOTES ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS FROM DECEMBER 10 TO JANUARY 10 Prepared by Professor Allan Westcott, U. S. Naval Academy GERMANY AND THE PEACE TREATY Reparations Conference at Brussels.—The second financial ...

Review Of Books

February 1921
REVIEW OF BOOKS "Nautical Tables Latitude 30° to 60°." By Harold Bunker, lieutenant (j. g.), U. S. Naval Reserve Force. These tables published by Imay, Laurie, Morie and Wilson, Ltd., ...

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