Proceedings Magazine - June 1923 Vol. 49/6/244

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LAWS AND CUSTOMS OF WAR AT SEA AS AFFECTED BY THE WORLD WAR

By Rear Admiral Richard Wainwright, U.S. Navy, Retired

 

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  • Laws And Customs Of War At Sea As Affected By The World War
    By Rear Admiral Richard Wainwright, U. S. Navy, Retired

    LAWS AND CUSTOMS OF WAR AT SEA AS AFFECTED BY THE WORLD WAR

    By Rear Admiral Richard Wainwright, U.S. Navy, Retired

     

  • The End Of The Trail
    By Lieutenant N. C. Gillette U. S. Navy

    THE END OF THE TRAIL

    By Lieutenant N. C. Gillette, U. S. Navy

     

    I’d give a thousand dollars to be on the Iowa during that firing tomorrow," remarked one of the reporters who was in Panama to cover the event....

  • The Proposed Amalgamation Bill
    By Commander C. W. Fisher (Cc), U. S. Navy

    THE PROPOSED AMALGAMATION BILL

    By Commander C.W. Fisher (CC), U.S. Navy

     

    On March 7, 1923, a proposed Amalgamation Bill was prepared by the Navy Department. The following memorandum or explanation accompanied the bill...

  • Across The Pole By Plane
    By Lieutenant Commander Fitzhugh Green, U. S. Navy

    ACROSS THE POLE BY PLANE

    By Lieutenant Commander Fitzhugh Green, U.S. Navy

     

    The latest polar controversy is of especial significance to navy men. It may be expressed by the hypothetical question:

     

    ...

  • We Must Have It!
    By Lieutenant Commander F. S. Craven, U. S. Navy

    WE MUST HAVE IT!

    By Lieutenant Commander F. S. Craven, U.S. Navy

     

  • American Marines In The Revolution
    By Major Edwin N. McClellan, U. S. Marine Corps

    AMERICAN MARINES IN THE REVOLUTION

    By Major Edwin N. McClellan, U.S. Marine Corps

     

    "At no period of the naval history of the world, is it probable that Marines were more important than during the War of the...

  • A Proposed Modification And A Proposed Palliative, For The Personnel Selection Law
    By Commander H. S. Babbitt, U. S. Navy

    PROPOSED MODIFICATION, AND A PROPOSED PALLIATIVE, FOR THE PERSONNEL SELECTION LAW

    By Commander H.S. Babbitt, U.S. Navy

     

    Referring to Commander McCain's instructive article, "A Personnel Survey," in the...

  • Planning and Estimating Navy Yards
    By Captain George H. Rock (CC), U. S. Navy

    The success of a manager in a navy yard for the cycle commencing with July 1, 1921, is likely to be measured by the Department's opinion of the results accomplished (a) in reducing costs and (b) in getting work finished on time. This order,...

  • A Naval Pooh-Bah
    By Rear Admiral J. L. Jayne, U. S. Navy, Retired

    A NAVAL POOH-BAH

    By Rear Admiral J.L. Jayne, U.S. Navy, Retired

     

    Naval officers of the United States are educated to perform many kinds of duties, ranging from junior deck officer or assistant engineer to commanders of...

  • Discussion

    DISCUSSION

    The Practical Application of The Principles of High Command

    (See Page 2041, December, 1922, Proceedings)

  • Professional Notes
    Prepared By Lieutenant Commander F. W. Rockwell, U. S. Navy And Lieutenant J, B. Heffernan, U. S. Navy

    PROFESSIONAL NOTES

    Prepared By Lieutenant Commander F.W. Rockwell, U.S. Navy and Lieutenant J.B. Heffernan, U.S. Navy

     

    GREAT BRITAIN

     

  • Notes On International Affairs
    Prepared By Allen Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy

    NOTES ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS FROM MARCH 23 TO APRIL 23

    Prepared by Allan Westcott, Professor, U.S. Naval Academy

     

    UNITED STATES

     

  • Book Reviews

    REVIEW OF BOOKS

     

    WITH THE RUSSIAN ARMY, 1914-1917, (2 Vols.), Major General Sir Alfred Knox, K.C.B., C.M.G.E.P. Button and Company, New York. 760 pp. $15.

    A Review by Colonel W.K. Naylor, G.S. U.S. Army

     

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