Proceedings Magazine - January 1946 Vol. 72/1/515

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  • World War II and the Changing Conception of Sea Power
    By Fletcher Pratt

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  • The Amphibian Tractor, Jack of All Missions
    By Lieutenant Colonel Maynard M. Nohrden, U. S. Marine Corps

    "This operation would have been impossible without the Amphibian Tractors." Here is a statement which has appeared with unerring consistency following nearly every amphibious operation in the Pacific theater of operations. This is the...

  • Why the Navy Needs a Law Corps
    By Colonel James Snedeker, U. S. Marine Corps

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  • Murmansk Run
    "By Commander Walter Karig, U. S. Naval Reserve; Lieutenant Earl Burton, U. S. Naval Reserve; and Lieutenant C. L. Freeland, U. S. Naval Reserve"

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  • USAFI Faces an Impasse
    By David H. Greene

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  • Foreign Geographic Names on the Mariner's Chart
    By James B. Hutt

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  • The Birth of the FMF
    By Major General John H. Russell, U. S. Marine Corps (Retired)

    "Sir, the Assistant Commandant would like to see you." It was in Washington on a beautiful spring morning when a messenger from Marine Corps Headquarters delivered the above message. A few minutes later the Assistant-Commandant informed...

  • A Healthy Attitude Towards Peace
    By Lieutenant Samuel S. Stratton, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • True and Apparent Wind
    By Lieutenant R. A. Eising, U. S. Coast Guard Reserve

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  • Okinawa Operation
    By Captain E. E. Paro, U. S. Navy

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  • Sphero-Metric Navigation for our Air Age
    By W. F. Hiltner

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  • 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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  • United States Navy at War - Final Official Report to the Secretary of the Navy, Covering the Period March 1, 1945 to October 1, 1945
    By Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King, Commander in Chief, United States Fleet, and Chief of Naval Operations

    Dear Mr. Secretary:

    On 1 March of this year I presented to you my second annual report of the progress of our naval operations and the expansion of our naval establishment during the preceding year.

    Since the terminal date of my...


 
 

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