The Whys And Wherefores Of Airships

By Clifford Albion Tinker
May 1922
THE WHYS AND WHEREFORES OF AIRSHIPSBy Clifford Albion Tinker Formerly of the Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy Department Airships: How are they navigated, how are they landed, how are they anchored ...

Der Tag

By Captain J. F. Hellweg, U. S. Navy
May 1922
DER TAGBy Captain J. F. Hellweg, U. S. Navy For many years all good Germans have been toasting "Der Tag" on every possible occasion. By good Germans is meant all ...

New German Fleet Possibilities

By Colonel Constructor E. De Vito, Royal Station Navy
May 1922
NEW GERMAN FLEET POSSIBILITIESBy Colonel Constructor E. de Vito, Royal Italian Navy, Chief of Design Division, Ship's Design Committee 1. French Fears The small fleet allowed to Germany by the ...

Higher Naval Education

By Captain J. M. Scammell, Inf. R. C.
May 1922
HIGHER NAVAL EDUCATIONCaptain J. M. Scammell, Inf. R. C. It is proposed here to set forth a comparison of the purposes, methods, courses of study, and organization of the foremost ...

Industrial Organization Of Navy Yards

By Commander C. W. Fisher (Cc), U. S. N.
May 1922
INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION OF NAVY YARDSBy Commander C. W. Fisher (CC), U. S. N. 1. On November 28, 1921, a conference of commandants and managers will take place at the Navy ...


May 1922
DISCUSSION Relativity(See Page 395, Whole No. 229) Lieutenant P. J. Searles, (CEC) U. S. Navy.—May I venture some remarks in connection with an article "Relativity" by Lieutenant H. K. Lyle ...

Professional Notes

Prepared By Lieutenant R. A. Hall, U. S. Navy
May 1922
PROFESSIONAL NOTESPrepared by Lieutenant R. A. Hall, U. S. Navy ?FRANCE Warships Dropped by French Senate.—The French Senate, by a vote of 235 to 2, adopted the naval program calling ...

Notes On International Affairs

Prepared By Allen Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy
May 1922
NOTES ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS FROM MARCH 5 TO APRIL 5Prepared by Allen Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy PACIFIC TREATIES RATIFIED Senate Ratifies Four-Power Treaty.—After extended debate the Four-Power Treaty ...

Review Of Books

May 1922
REVIEW OF BOOKS THE EVOLUTION OF NAVAL ARMAMENT by Frederick Leslie Robertson, Engineer Commander, R. N. Illustrated, 301 pages, indexed. Published by Constable and Co., Ltd., London, and by E ...

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