Proceedings Magazine - September 1924 Vol. 50/9/259

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BECAUSE of the fact that in time of peace the Navy is out of sight, it is in consequence out of mind to the average citizen, who has very little conception of its work and therefore of its needs....

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  • A Few Reflections on Our Navy and Some of Its Needs
    By Admiral Edward W. Eberle, U. S. Navy

    BECAUSE of the fact that in time of peace the Navy is out of sight, it is in consequence out of mind to the average citizen, who has very little conception of its work and therefore of its needs. He sees brief mention from time to time in the...

  • Naval Strategy
    By Rear Admiral Frank H. Schofield, U. S. Navy
    I WISH to talk to you today about naval strategy. Before plunging too boldly into the subject, let us consider two or three related ideas.

    We frequently hear the phrase “a navy for defense only.” That is a very vague and...

  • The Proposal for a United Air Service
    By Captain A. W. Johnson, U. S. Navy
    THE SUBJECT of a united air service or of a department of the air or of some other form of amalgamation of the present air services of the United States into a single organization has been discussed at length at congressional hear­ings and...
  • Naval Intelligence
    By Captain Luke McNamee, U. S. Navy
    *Lecture delivered on board U. S. S. Henderson, March 9, 1923.

    ALL INTELLIGENT human action is based on information. Whether we deal with our private business or with public affairs if our actions are not based on reliable information we are...

  • The U. S. Naval Reserve Force
    By Commander J. A. Schofield, U. S. N. R. F.

    WHY IT IS. WHAT IT IS. WHAT IT OUGHT TO BE

  • The Naval Officer in Diplomacy
    By The Late Rear Admiral H. S. Knapp, U. S. Navy

    *A lecture delivered to the 1923 War College class.

  • Danger of Disarming America
    By Captain L. M. Overstreet, U. S. Navy

    From a Naval Officer’s Viewpoint

  • The Peace Time Services and Costs of the Navy
    By Captain H. E. Yarnell, U. S. Navy

    *An address delivered before the West Virginia Manufacturers’ Asso­ciation at Huntington, W. Va., November 1, 1923

     Mr. President and Gentlemen:

  • Conditions of the American Navy
    By Lieutenant Commander Sidney Ballou, U. S. N. R. F.

    THE RECENT agitation over the Navy has left the average citizen in a state of bewilderment. He is not quite certain whether our fleet is the pride of the ocean or headed straight for the junk pile. As usual, the truth lies between, and while it...

  • Professional Notes
    Prepared By Lieutenant Commander H. B. Hird, U. S. Navy
  • Notes on International Affairs
    Prepared By Allan Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy

    FROM JUNE 23 TO JULY 23

    LONDON CONFERENCE ON DAWES PLAN

  • Book Reviews

    SEA POWER IN ANCIENT HISTORY—The Story of the Navies of Classic Greece and Rome. By Arthur MacCartney Shepard, with a Foreword by Rear Admiral William A. Mof­fett, U. S. N. Boston; Little. Brown, and Company; 1924. Octavo, pp. i-xxx, 1-...


 
 

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