The American Colors

By Rear Admiral Colby M. Chester, U. S. Navy
February 1922
THE AMERICAN COLORSBy Rear Admiral Colby M. Chester, U. S. Navy The first step undertaken by the American people towards nationalism was the passing of a resolution by the Continental ...

The General Board

By Rear Admiral Richard Wainwright, U. S. Navy
February 1922
THE GENERAL BOARD: A SketchBy Rear Admiral Richard Wainwright, U. S. Navy The name General Staff is very much under a cloud at present because of the influence of the ...

The Essentials Of The Radio-Compass

By Lieut. John E. Williams, U. S. Navy
February 1922
THE ESSENTIALS OF THE RADIO-COMPASSBy Lieut. John E. Williams, U.S.N. The radio-compass, when it has become more thoroughly understood by the naval service at large, will prove a vital element ...

A Future Use Of Radio-Telegraphy

By Captain John G. Quinby, U. S. Navy (Retired)
February 1922
A FUTURE USE OF RADIO-TELEGRAPHYBy Captain John G. Quinby, U. S. N. (Retired) A Resume of its Progress—Its Application to Navigation, and Trans-Oceanic Flights—"Fixings" in Aerial Flights rendered "Practically Instantaneous"—THE ...

Principles Of Command

By Rear Admiral Lloyd H. Chandler, U. S. Navy
February 1922
PRINCIPLES OF COMMANDBy Rear Admiral Lloyd H. Chandler, U. S. Navy Knowledge of the Principles Underlying the Creation and Maintenance of High Morale, Loyalty, and Military Character as a Factor ...

An Ideal Navy Supply Depot

By Lieut. Commander Walter D. Sharp, (Sc), U. S. Navy
February 1922
AN IDEAL NAVY SUPPLY DEPOTBy Lieut. Commander Walter D. Sharp, (SC) U. S. Navy The study of every element of the art of war has, of course, received a marked ...

Discussion, Officers For Shore Duty Only

By Captain Elliot Snow, (Cc.) U. S. Navy
February 1922
Officers for Shore Duty Only(See Page 1885, Whole No. 226) Captain Elliot Snow, (CC.) U. S. Navy.—The article contributed to the December number of the Proceedings on the subject "Officers ...

Discussion:Practical Lessons For American Navy

By Captain B. C. Decker, U. S. N.
February 1922
(See Page 1877, No. 226)Captain B.C. Decker, U.S.N.—In the December number, there appears on page 1882 this remark, "That no commander could be justified in entering a known torpedo area ...

Professional Notes

Prepared By Lieut. Commander R. A. Hall, U. S. Navy
February 1922
PROFESSIONAL NOTES Prepared By Lieutenant R. A. Hall, U. S. Navy FRANCE French Naval Opinion—Despite the superficial optimism it is felt here that the Washington Conference has not advanced, so ...

Notes On International Affairs

Prepared By Allen Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy
February 1922
NOTES ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS FROM DECEMBER 10 TO JANUARY 5Prepared by Allan Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy WASHINGTON CONFERENCE American Reservations to Pacific Islands Treaty.—The four-power treaty regarding the ...

Review Of Books

February 1922
REVIEW OF BOOKS INVENTION; The master-key to progress, by Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske, LL.D., United States Navy—New York, E. P. Button & Co. $4.00. Invention has assuredly not lacked ...

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