Proceedings Magazine - September 1945 Vol. 71/9/511

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Importance of the 1945 Museum

"Miss Le Hand has shown me your note, and I told her that I wanted to answer it myself.

"As you know, I have...

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  • Notes on International Affairs

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  • Naval Academy Museum—The First 100 Years
    By Captain Harry A. Baldridge, U. S. Navy (Retired), Curator

    Importance of the 1945 Museum

    "Miss Le Hand has shown me your note, and I told her that I wanted to answer it myself.

    "As you know, I have been very enthusiastic about the splendid Museum at...

  • The Battle of the Philippine Sea
    By Lieutenant J. Periam Danton, U. S. Naval Reserve

    Somebody yelled, "Duck, it's a bomb!" As one man, the four officers standing on the flag bridge of one of our big, fast carriers flattened down behind the armor plate which formed the protecting rampart around the bridge. When,...

  • Officers For The Post-War Navy
    By Commander Herman Reich, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • The Vindication Of Sea Power
    By Dr. Stefan Possony

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  • Little Fellows
    By Lieutenant J. M. Carnes, U. S. Naval Reserve

    All night long the huge convoy has been steaming nearer the Japanese-held Philippine Islands. The heavy fire support warships are far ahead, the troop-laden transports, are astern. In the center of this impressive array are the LST’s,...

  • Employment Of Women In Navy Yards
    By Captain Fred M. Earle, U. S. Navy

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  • Tropical Cyclones Throughout The World
    By Commander Peter R. Lackner, U. S. Navy

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  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

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  • Book Reviews

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