The College, the Technical School, and the Naval Academy
(See page 123, February, 1930, Proceedings)
Commander H. H. Frost, U. S. Navy.— Commander Rossell’s article is timely. He brings before the service a subject of primary importance. Two main points are made: methods of instruction and changes in the Naval Academy course.
As regards methods of instruction a choice apparently lies between fundamental principles and their practical application. Military writers frequently employ a combination of these methods in the endeavor to tie together the principles and their applications. Their works follow two general lines.