Tactical Employment of Naval Aircraft

By Lieutenant Commander H. B. Grow, U. S. N.
March 1924
FOREWORD The purpose of this article is not to offer any set of hard and fast rules that must be followed, but merely to present a discussion of the possible ...

The Navy and the North Pole

By Lieutenant Commander Fitzhugh Green, U. S. N.
March 1924
PRESIDENT COOLIDGE in his letter to Secretary Denby of November 20, 1923, authorizing a naval expedition to the north polar regions said: “As it fell to the Navy to achieve ...

The Navy and Marine Memorial

By Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske, U. S. N. (Retired)
March 1924
A movement is under way to erect in Washington a beautiful and stately monument of sea-green bronze, as a memorial to the men of the sea, and dedicated to those ...

Tactical Ramblings

By Lieutenant Commander E. G. Allen, U. S. Navy
March 1924
IN ATTEMPTING to get one’s feet on solid ground in study­ing naval tactics, a student, after covering all of the authori­tative literature on the subject, is bound to be struck ...

The Staff Equalization Bill

Commander J. S. McCain, U. S. Navy
March 1924
IN JUNE, 1923, the Navy Department convened a board for the purpose of evolving a method for the equalization of the promotion of staff officers with the promotion of officers ...

Costs in Navy Yards

By Captain George H. Rock (CC), U. S. Navy
March 1924
The slack times in the shipyards and the reduced naval appropriations for new “Increase of the Navy” work in them and in the Navy Yards, and also, possibly, other causes, ...

Starting a Ship's Library in the Coast Guard

By Captain Byron L. Reed, U. S. C. G.
March 1924
There appears to be renewed interest in obtaining books and reading matter for men on Government and merchant vessels and appeals for contributions of books for libraries on ships have ...

Discussion

March 1924
Taking the Navy to the People (See page 2010, December, 1923 Proceedings) Cyril Moran—“People are willing to believe what they read and when they can only read the false they ...

Professional Notes

Prepared By Lieutenant Commander H. B. Hird, U. S. Navy And Lieutenant J. B. Heffernan, U. S. Navy
March 1924
GREAT BRITAIN American Naval Strength Naval and Military Record , 7 May, 1924.—Concern over the alleged relative inferiority of the United States Navy continues to be very manifest on the ...

Notes on International Affairs

Prepared By Allan Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy
March 1924
FROM DECEMBER 23 TO JANUARY 23 GERMANY AND ALLIED POWERS Expert Committees in Session in Paris.—The first session of the International Committee of Experts appointed by the Reparations Com­mission to ...

Book Reviews

March 1924
NAVAL OPERATIONS, Volume III. By Sir Julian Corbett. Longmans, Green and Co., London, 1923. $7.50. A Review by Rear Admiral N. C. Twining, U. S. Navy, (Ret.) This volume, the ...

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