A Suggestion for Naval Reserve Training

By Lieutenant Commander E. S. R. Brandt, U. S. Navy
November 1924
Reason for Having a Naval Reserve.—There is a very serious reason for the existence of a Naval Reserve which should not be lost sight of by either the regular Navy ...

Seagoing Aircraft

By Lieutenant Commander Sidney Ballou, U. S. N. R. F
November 1924
At the time of the Washington Conference the only air­craft carriers afloat were a few experimental craft con­verted from other types. Had that gathering been a dis­armament conference, as it ...

Petroleum Problems of the World War

By Captain Paul Foley, U. S. Navy
November 1924
A STUDY IN PRACTICAL LOGISTICS I. The Bunkering Problem of the British Grand Fleet PETROLEUM as a factor of vital importance in the further conduct of the World War loomed ...

The Navy—A National Investment

By Lieutenant Wallace S. Wharton, U. S. N. R. F.
November 1924
Much has been said from time to time about the need for and the methods of “selling” the Navy to the American people, that is, to the people of the ...

The Fetish of Formulas

By Lieutenant Commander Oscar Smith, U. S. Navy
November 1924
IN THE NAVY of the present day, are we not making a fetish of formulas? We are developing a rule for this and a method for that, reducing everything to ...

The Origin of Naval Law

By Lieutenant W. J. Nunnally, Jr., U. S. Navy
November 1924
THE WRITER had occasion, in the collection of certain data for a purpose in no wise connected with its use in an article of this nature, to examine various authorities ...


November 1924
Breaking Ice, in Baltimore Harbor(See page 1304, August, 1924, Proceedings)Lieutenant Commander Frank Luckel, U. S. Navy.—Captain Disniukes’ very interesting and instructive article indicates that a battleship can break up ice ...

Notes on International Affairs

Prepared By Allan Westcott, Professor, U. S. Naval Academy
November 1924
FROM AUGUST 23 TO SEPTEMBER 23LONDON AGREEMENT RATIFIEDDawes Plan in Operation.—The protocol drawn up at the London Conference in August, embodying the agreements reached for putting the “Dawes Plan” into ...

Book Reviews

November 1924
THE NAVAL HISTORY OF THE WORLD WAR, Vol. I, Offensive Operations, 1914-15. By Captain Thomas G. Frothingharn, U. S. R. 349 pp. $375. Harvard University Press, 1924.A Review by Rear ...

Minutes of Annual Meeting, 1924

November 1924
In accordance with Article V, Section 1, of the Constitution and By-Laws the annual meeting was called in the Officers’ Mess, U. S. Naval Aademy, at 4:30 p. m., October ...

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