Proceedings Magazine - July 1933 Vol. 59/7/365

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To deny a ship a base would be to deny it existence. It would soon exhaust its fuel and become immobile. The crew would die of starvation or thirst. Even if means were improvised to supply...

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  • The Ships That Count
    By Captain Dudley W. Knox, U. S. Navy (Retired)

    To deny a ship a base would be to deny it existence. It would soon exhaust its fuel and become immobile. The crew would die of starvation or thirst. Even if means were improvised to supply fuel and food at sea, the ship could operate only...

  • Rating Gasoline By Octane Numbers
    By Lieutenant Commander Vincent H. Godfrey and Lieutenant Ralph R. Gurley, U. S. Navy
  • The Naval Policy Of The United States
    By Howard G. Brownson, Ph.D.
  • Why The Limp?
    By Captain Guy E. Davis, U. S. Navy
  • Kiel, 1918
    By Beda von Berchem

    Following a conference with the commanders of the land forces in October, 1918, the chief of the German naval forces had come to the decision to risk the High Seas Fleet in a last attack on the enemy. It was not alone the thought that the...

  • Reflections From The Side Lines
    By Lieutenant W. R. Dowd (C. C.), U. S. Navy

    As has been so often said, taught, and written, the only reason for a warship is to provide a gun platform. But of what use is a gun platform if the men on that platform are not well trained; if the guns are not modern and efficient;...

  • The Sea Rovers' Trail
    By Captain R. E. Dupuy (F. A.), U. S. Army
  • Narrative Of Rear Admiral Goldsborough, U. S. Navy
  • The Texan Navy
    By Robert Foster Carter
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