Naval Aviation And A United Air Service

By Captain T. T. Craven, U. S. Navy
March 1921
NAVAL AVIATION AND A UNITED AIR SERVICEBy Captain T. T. Craven, U. S. Navy The prime factor in the problem of lessening the likelihood of wars is the democratization of ...

Leadership

By Commander R. C. Parker, U. S. Navy
March 1921
LEADERSHIPBy Commander R. C. Parker, U. S. Navy FOREWORD It is extremely gratifying to me, personally, that in response to the offer of a prize for the best essay on ...

New Wine In Old Bottles

By Captain J. S. Taylor (M. C.), U. S. Navy
March 1921
NEW WINE IN OLD BOTTLESBy Captain J. S. Taylor (M, C), U. S. Navy We are credibly informed that in the remote past a community of diminutive rodents was annoyed ...

Some Sound Phenomena Connected With Gun-Fire

By Commander Garrett L. , Schuyler, U. S. Navy
March 1921
SOME SOUND PHENOMENA CONNECTED WITH GUN-FIREBy Commander Garrett L. Schuyler, U. S. Navy This discussion of some of the simpler points in the sound phenomena of gun-fire is in no ...

The Soul Of The Service

By Captain E. P. Jessop, U. S. Navy
March 1921
THE SOUL OF THE SERVICEBy Captain E. P. Jessop, U. S. Navy Motto: "Lest we forget" At the present time when the influence of our rapid naval expansion during the ...

A Practical Test Of Radio Compass Shore Stations

By Lieutenant Harold O'D. Hunter, U. S. Navy
March 1921
A PRACTICAL TEST OF RADIO COMPASS SHORE STATIONS By Lieutenant Harold O'D. Hunter, U. S. Navy An experimental comparison of the course of destroyer Charles Ausburn as determined by the ...

The Origin Of Grog

By Colonel G. C. Thorpe, U. S. M. C.
March 1921
THE ORIGIN OF GROGBy Colonel G. C. Thorpe, U. S. M. C. Grog was a gallant hero before it was a drink. Admiral Edward Vernon of the British Navy rendered ...

The Mystery Of The Line Of Bearing

By Rear Admiral G. H. Burrage, U. S. Navy
March 1921
THE MYSTERY OF THE LINE OF BEARINGBy Rear Admiral G. H. Burrage, U. S. Navy One of the troubles of the officer of the deck in formation is to understand ...

Discussion: The Old Navy

By Mr. M. D. Hyde
March 1921
(See Page 1, Whole No. 215)Mr. M. D. Hyde.—To-day the Proceedings of January, 1921, reached me and my attention was immediately attracted to the frontispiece "The Old Navy."At once I ...

Discussion:Psychology in the Navy

By Lieut. Commander K. C. Mcintosh
March 1921
(See Page 77, Whole No. 215)Lieut. Commander K. C. McIntosh.—Some years ago the phrase "Scientific Management" ran through the navy like a prairie fire. It was on everyone's lips, and ...

Professional Notes

Prepared By Lieut. Commander H. W. Underwood, U. S. Navy
March 1921
PROFESSIONAL NOTES Prepared by Lieut. Commander H. W. Underwood, U. S. Navy FRANCE The French Naval Year.—Waste and stagnation sum up the 1920 naval year so far as new construction ...

Notes On International Affairs

Prepared By Allen Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy
March 1921
NOTES ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS FROM JANUARY 10 TO FEBRUARY 10Prepared by Professor Allan Westcott, U. S. Naval Academy GERMAN REPARATION TERMS Allies Fix Amount of Reparations.—The amount and the method ...

Review Of Books

March 1921
REVIEW OF BOOKS "L'Escadre Allemande du Pacifique." By Paul Ardoin, Enseigne deVaisseau de Reserve. (Published by Augustin Challamel, 17 Rue Jacob,Paris, France.) This book was written while the author was ...

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