Our Future Military Strength

By Lieutenant Riley Sunderland, F.A., U. S. Army
July 1944
Post-war defense for America is an im­portant war-time subject, one no doubt receiving full attention in the War and Navy Departments, and perhaps even in some of the civilian branches. ...

The "Tireless Tee" Goes Forth to War

By Commander D. M. Agnew, U. S. Navy
July 1944
We Leave Pearl Our squadron mates called us the “Terrible Tee”; we didn’t mind too much, but we preferred the “Tire­less Tee” for a nickname. The “Tee” had been in ...

Commandos and Their Methods

By Commander Cyril B. Judge, U. S. Naval Reserve
July 1944
Because of the spectacular nature of their mission, a great deal of mis­information has been given out con­cerning the Commandos. Much publicity has been attached to the raids carried out ...

A Navy for China

By Commander William C. Chambliss, U. S. Naval Reserve
July 1944
No dissenting voice was heard when the United States Government re­nounced its special rights in China, and revised our immigration laws to admit Chinese nationals on the same basis as ...

Naval War-Time Discipline

By Vice Admiral J. K. Taussig, U. S. Navy
July 1944
The rapid war-time growth of the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard to a personnel total exceeding three million has created a discipline problem far different from that existing in ...

The Weather Man Looks at Air Transport

By Commander Howard B. Hutchinson, U. S. Navy
July 1944
The airplane as an instrument is prov­ing to be as revolutionary in its revi­sion of established methods for waging war as was the discovery of bronze, the invention of propellants, ...

Discussions, Comments and Notes

July 1944
The Watchmaker and the Scientist — An Almost Forgotten Controversy (See page 161, February, 1944, Proceedings) Captain P. V. H. Weems, U. S. Navy (Retired).—Truly the editorial statement about Captain ...

Book Reviews

July 1944
Ten Years in Japan . By Joseph C. Grew. New York: Simon and Schuster, Inc. 1944. 538 pages. $3.75. Reviewed by Lieutenant William W. Jeffries, U. S. Naval Reserve Ambassador ...

Notes on International Affairs

July 1944
America and the War Transfer of Naval Craft.—It was con­firmed in June that a United States light cruiser, identified as the Milwaukee, had been transferred to the Soviet Republic under ...

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