Proceedings Magazine - September 1923 Vol. 49/9/247

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The Development of Aviation in the Fleet

By Lieutenant DeWitt C. Ramsey, U. S. Navy

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  • The Development Of Aviation In The Fleet
    By Lieutenant De Witt C. Ramsey, U. S. Navy

    The Development of Aviation in the Fleet

    By Lieutenant DeWitt C. Ramsey, U. S. Navy

  • Does The Navy Need A Naval Reserve Force?
    By Lieutenant Commander H. R. Bogusch, U. S. Navy

    Does The Navy Need A Naval Reserve Force?

    By Lieutenant Commander H. R. Bogusch, U. S. Navy

    The United States has no reason to believe that in the unfortunate event of another armed clash it will have command of the sea without...

  • Athletics
    By Lieutenant Commander J. L. Nielson, U. S. Navy

    Athletics

    Bv Lieutenant Commander J. L. Nielson, U. S. Navy

    Extract from official Naval Radio press received in Chungking, China, November 9, 1922:

    “LOS ANGELES-KID CARROLL NEGRO U. S. S. ARIZONA WON IN...

  • Preventive Discipline
    By Captain Stanford E. Moses, U. S. Navy

    Preventive Discipline

    By Captain Stanford E. Moses, U. S. Navy

    The efficiency of the Navy and the economy of its operation will be increased directly with improvement in discipline.

  • Early Indoctrination Of New Recruits
    By Major J. M. Scammell, Inf., 0. R. C.

    Early Indoctrination of New Recruits

    By Major J. M. Scammell, Inf., O. R. C.

    AMONG the remedies suggested for the prevalence of desertion as described in Captain Leigh's lecture to the War College on Navy...

  • Ship Stabilization
    By Lieutenant F. E. Haeberle (CC), U. S. Navy

    Ship stabilization has been a subject of great interest to the naval architect for years and various methods have been devised and experimented with; but all of them have embodied various serious objections which have made them impracticable for...

  • Model Tank Experiments By Benjamin Franklin
    By Captain Elliot Snow (Cc), U. S. Navy

    Model Tank Experiments by Benjamin Franklin

    By Captain Elliot Snow (CC), U.S. Navy

    It is not generally known to naval architects and marine engineers that Benjamin Franklin, at one time, interested him. self in the subject of the...

  • The British Lifeboat Service
    By Commander S. C. Douglas, R. N.

    The British Lifeboat Service

    Bv Commander S. C. Douglas, R. N.

    I.

    To the uninitiated, a magazine devoted to the interests of warfare might not at first appear to be the most suitable medium for a discourse on...

  • Discussion

    Discussion

    We Must Have It!

    (See page 949, June, 1923, PROCEEDINGS)

    Captain Ralph Earle, U.S. Navv. - For many years the writer has felt that one of the things the Navy badly needed was a Gunnery School. It...

  • Professional Notes
    Prepared By Lieutenant Commander R. F. Frellsen, U. S. Navy And Lieutenant W. F. Dietrich, U. S. Navy
  • Notes On International Affairs
    Prepared By Allen Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy
  • Book Reviews
  • Advertisements

 
 

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