Radio Vision

By C. Francis Jenkins
November 1925
From the beginning of history pictured information has been the most quickly comprehended, and longest mentally retained.A hundred years ago photography was invented, eliminating the possibility of dexterous error in ...

Engineering Economy on Auxiliary Vessels

By Commander R. R. Smith, U. S. Navy
November 1925
DURING the year 1924-25, the engineering competition was extended to include all auxiliary vessels in regular commission, 123 vessels being added. With the exception of vessels of the gunboat class ...

Standing One

By Lieutenants George K. Weber and C. W. Styer, U. S. Navy
November 1925
The objective of competition in engineering is to obtain from the machinery installation the maximum efficiency, having due regard for the kind of service performed, and consequent restrictions and regulations ...

Post Treaty Naval Design

By Hector C. Bywater and Maurice Prendergast
November 1925
Under the Washington Naval Treaty, France is allowed a battle fleet with an aggregate displacement of 175,000 tons, or exactly one third of the total allotted to the British Empire ...

Vest Pocket Ballistics

By Lieutenant W. L. Wright, U. S. Navy
November 1925
THE following equations to the trajectory of the projectile were developed with the hope of obtaining something expressed in the simplest terms and of a wide range of application. Auxiliary ...

The Navigator's Notebook

By Lieutenant Commander P. V. H. Weems, U. S. Navy
November 1925
INSPECTIONS of the navigator’s notebook, or work book, on various ships reveal the fact that the notes, data, and forms are frequently poorly arranged and that the investment of a ...


November 1925
Diesel Engines for Capital Ships(See page 1217, July, 1925, Proceedings)Captain A. M. Proctor, U.S.N:—In my article on “Diesel Engines for Capital Ships,” published in the July number of the ...

Notes on International Affairs

Prepared By Professor Allan Westcott, U. S. Naval Academy
November 1925
FROM SEPTEMBER 3 TO OCTOBER 3DEBT FUNDING NEGOTIATIONSFrench Debt Mission in Washington.—The French debt mission to the United States, headed by Finance Minister Caillaux, with four senators, four deputies ...

Book Reviews

November 1925
OUR NAVAL HERITAGE. By Fitzhugh Green, U.S.N. F.A.G.S. M.Sc. Royal 8vo, 400 pages illustrated, $4.00. Published by the Century Company: New York and London.Reviewed by Captain Yates Stirling, Jr., U ...

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