A Balanced Fleet for the United States Navy

By Captain J. K. Taussig, U. S. Navy
July 1925
Motto: A just man armed keepeth his house in order. Editor s Note : The author wrote and submitted the following article in December, 1924, before the publication of the ...

Sanity in Aviation

By Lieutenant Commander Ralph Wood, U. S. Navy
July 1925
THERE has recently reoccurred a flood of wild statements and loose generalization relative to aviation in general and naval aviation in particular. This has been occasioned by the rather passionate ...

What Might Have Happened at Jutland

By Captain Thos. C. Hart, U. ,S. Navy
July 1925
Our title does not indicate any intention to parody a certain article on Jutland by a very able author of our service who was early in the field. Since his ...

Armament By Example and Arbitration

By Lieutenant Commander E. S. R. Brandt, U. S. Navy
July 1925
While modern Jeffersonians in America are preaching “Disarmament by Example” and persuading an amazing number of Americans possessing (what one scientist calls) a female complex, to believe in it, other ...

"Lest We Forget"

By Commodore E. B. Underwood, U. S. Navy, Ret.
July 1925
IN MY younger years in the service, some forty or fifty years ago, I used to hear a good deal about “Horse” Tyler and “P.J.” Miller, the former prominent for ...

The Gas Mask and the Next War

By Lieutenant Commander Duncan C. Walton (MC), U. S. Navy
July 1925
Up to the time of the World War but little attention was paid to gas masks. A few commercial companies had devised crude apparatus for the use of employees who ...

Matthew Fontaine Maury

By Commander Lewis Coxe, U. S. Navy
July 1925
At the top of all pilot charts issued by the Hydrographic Office of the Navy Department appears the legend “Founded upon the researches made and the data collected by Lieutenant ...

Maury's Genius Shown in Old Letter

By Lieutenant Commander G. E. Brandt, U. S. Navy
July 1925
How the First Superintendent of the Naval Observatory Saved Fifty Years The Secretary of the Navy has given new evidence of appreciation for the scientific work of the late Lieutenant ...

Some Physical Aspects of Flying

By Lieutenant Commander R. G. Davis (MC) , U. S. Navy
July 1925
The degree of success attained in aviation is dependent upon the physical and mental make-up of its personnel. Candidates for the Naval Air Service little appear to appreciate the high ...

Discussion

July 1925
What Might Have Happened at Jutland (See page 11 43, July, 19 25, Proceedings) Lieutenant Commander H. H. Frost, U. S. Navy.—Many students of Jutland have doubtless conjectured as to ...

Notes on International Affairs

Prepared By Professor Allan Westcott, U. S. Naval Academy
July 1925
FROM MAY 7 TO JUNE 7 EUROPEAN DEBT NEGOTIATIONS United States Requests Settlement.—In the third week of May the American State Department acting through the United States ambassadors in foreign ...

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