Lest They Forget

By Admiral W. V. Pratt, U. S. Navy
April 1933
Let there be understanding that wisdom and tolerance may prevailWhile limitation of armament runs through this paper like a thread the purpose of the article is not a technical discussion ...

Aerology And Chemical Warfare

By Lieutenant Thomas J. Raftery, U. S. Navy
April 1933
A field where aerology has a practical application, but in which no navy aerologist has yet ventured, is chemical warfare. Nature has so many tricks and idiosyncrasies in her control ...

Professional Notes

April 1933
This html article is produced from an uncorrected text file through optical character recognition. Prior to 1940 articles all text has been corrected, but from 1940 to the present most ...

Book Reviews

April 1933
This html article is produced from an uncorrected text file through optical character recognition. Prior to 1940 articles all text has been corrected, but from 1940 to the present most ...

Notes On International Affairs

April 1933
This html article is produced from an uncorrected text file through optical character recognition. Prior to 1940 articles all text has been corrected, but from 1940 to the present most ...

Discussions

April 1933
This html article is produced from an uncorrected text file through optical character recognition. Prior to 1940 articles all text has been corrected, but from 1940 to the present most ...

Let Us Not Drop A Perpendicular

By Lieutenant Robert E. Jasperson, U. S. Navy
April 1933
This html article is produced from an uncorrected text file through optical character recognition. Prior to 1940 articles all text has been corrected, but from 1940 to the present most ...

Two Colleges

By Lieutenant Commander Melvin F. Talbot (S. C.), U. S. Navy
April 1933
Veritas. One all-inclusive word inscribed on the shield of Harvard. And here at my second school, the Naval War College, other students, equally earnest, seek not an abstract truth, but ...

Shooting The Catapult

By Lieutenant (J. G.) H. B. Miller, U. S. Navy
April 1933
The catapulting of planes in the fleet is such a commonplace even that one seldom stops to realize the steps that have gone towards making such a maneuver possible. Not ...

Our Chief Petty Officer Promotion System

By Lieutenant Commander J. M. Steele, U. S. Navy
April 1933
Suppose that every commander now on the active list of the Navy were told that, to be a captain, he must take an examination on a certain day; that, to ...

Petty Officers

By George Fielding Eliot
April 1933
It will, I know, be considered something of a presumption for a soldier to discuss questions of naval organization and discipline; especially so complicated a matter as the rating and ...

The Gordon Bennett Race, 1932

By Lieutenant Commander T. G. W. Settle, U. S. Navy
April 1933
The world “race” almost invariably implies time—covering some distance or doing something in a certain time. Balloon races, however, are different. They are for distance—straight line (great circle) distance between ...

The Confederate Blockade Runners

By Lieutenant Commander Paul Hendren, U. S. Navy
April 1933
The story of the running of the blockade into and out of the ports of the Confederacy during the Civil War is a highly colorful one. The history of the ...

Digital Proceedings content made possible by a gift from CAPT Roger Ekman, USN (Ret.)