Proceedings Magazine - November 1945 Vol. 71/11/513

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The Fast Carrier Task Force has appeared so often in news dispatches, has become so much a commonplace in this war of unnumbered innovations, that its uniqueness tends to escape notice. It...

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  • The Carrier Task Force in World War II
    By Lieutenant William H. Hessler, U. S. Naval Reserve

    The Fast Carrier Task Force has appeared so often in news dispatches, has become so much a commonplace in this war of unnumbered innovations, that its uniqueness tends to escape notice. It represents in fact a revolution in naval war, and more...

  • The Road Ahead
    By Captain K. C. McIntosh (S.C.), U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • They Pioneered a Channel to Tokyo
    By Commander Harold Bradley Say, U. S. Naval Reserve

    "There is seldom a job without casualties. On the Balikpapan job, no one was killed, however. Most of the injuries are from near misses by heavy shells, some of them fired by supporting ships, which must continually rake the beach only a few...

  • Classification Of Naval Vessels
    By Captain J. E. Hamilton, U. S. Navy

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  • Naval Gunfire: Scourge of the Beaches
    By Lieutenant Colonel R. D. Heinl, Jr., U. S. Marine Corps

    When Lord Nelson, after an embarrassing rebuff at the hands of enemy shore batteries, vented his famous dictum on the effectiveness of naval gunfire against shore targets, he established a fixed idea which outlasted at least half a dozen wars and...

  • Matthew Fontaine Maury, Naval Scientist
    By Lieutenant (j.g.) Orrin E. Klapp, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • This Is ANSCOL
    By Colonel Elmer S. Watson, Inf., and Lieutenant Stanley M. Brown, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • The Army And Navy Of Kamehameha I

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  • The Naval Academy as Housekeeper: Feeding and Clothing the Midshipmen
    By Sarah Corbin Robert

    Housing problems are not new. When the Naval School moved in, one hundred years ago, to occupy Fort Severn, the "site so graciously surrendered by the War Department," Commander Franklin Buchanan, the first Superintendent, was...

  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Notes on International Affairs

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  • Professional Notes

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