Proceedings Magazine - September 1933 Vol. 59/9/367

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  • Critique Of American Collision Law
    By Lieutenant Raymond F. Farwell, U. S. Naval Reserve
  • The Realism Of Sea Power
    By Captain C. C. Gill, U. S. Navy

    In the last decade there has been evi­denced in the United States a drifting away from the realism of sea power. Certain heresies have arisen.

  • The Inland Navy Of Austria
    By Fletcher Pratt

    Among the least-known and (except by the High Command of the Central Powers) least-appreciated se­ries of naval operations during the whole of the World War were the operations of the Austrian river monitors and their...

  • What Future Guam?
    By Captain Willis W. Bradley, Jr., U. S. Navy
  • The Aircraft Bomb And The Naval Gun
    By Lieutenant Commander Logan C. Ramsey, U. S. Navy

    From time to time during the past decade the value and essential char­acter of certain types of naval ves­sels have been seriously challenged before the court of public opinion. The force of certain of these arraignments has been admitted...

  • The Flow Of Strategic Intelligence
    By Lieutenant Chester C. Wood, U. S. Navy

    Lord nelson sits at his cabin table, a huge chart of the Mediterranean spread before him. It is obvious that his overwrought nerves are very nearly at the breaking point. He frets and fumes, his fingers drum the table. “Where? Where can...

  • Bunau-Varilla, Protagonist of Panama
    By Captain George J. B. Fisher, U. S. Army

    As our ship pushes steadily across the Isthmus of Panama, we are constantly enveloped by an atmosphere of achievement. It makes itself felt as we rise through the locks of Miraflores and Pedro Miguel. In navigating the Gaillard Cut, there is the...

  • Thoughts On Leaving The Naval Service
    By Midshipman William J. Van Meter, Jr., U. S. Navy

    In the summer of 1929 over 600 boys, or young men if you will, set out on as many paths, all of which converged on the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. We represented every state in the Union, some of us even coming from...

  • Airships—Or Not?
    By Lieutenant Commander William Nelson (C. C.), U. S. Navy

                The recent accident to the U.S.S. Akron has again brought to the fore the most mooted aviation question—airships or not? Of course, there is no universal answer, and even...

  • Discussions

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  • Notes On International Affairs

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Professional Notes

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