Proceedings Magazine - March 1946 Vol. 72/3/517

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In the waning days of World War lithe public began to catch on to the fact that there is a lot more to a far-flung naval war than just the shooting. Newspapers began saying that the American...

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  • You Can't Beat 'Em If You Can't Sink 'Em
    By Lieutenant R. E. Williams, U. S. Naval Reserve

    In the waning days of World War lithe public began to catch on to the fact that there is a lot more to a far-flung naval war than just the shooting. Newspapers began saying that the American answer to the most gigantic logistics problem in naval...

  • ANSCOL At The Naval War College
    By Captain Howard K. Gray (M.C.), U. S. Naval Reserve
  • A Navigator's Notes
    By Lieutenant Commander Richard C. Drum Hunt, U. S. Navy
  • The Name of Essex in our Navy
    By John Brook Penfold
  • I Saw The Morning Break
    By Lieutenant Commander George W. Dyson, U. S. Naval Reserve
  • Combat Art in the Navy
    By Captain E. John Long, U. S. Naval Reserve
  • Why Lookouts?
    By Commander H. E. Smith (C.E.C.), U. S. Naval Reserve
  • Peace Insurance - Double Indemnity
    By Rear Admiral A. Farenholt (M.C.), U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • The Function of a Hospital Ship
    By Captain Howard K. Gray (M.C.), U. S. Naval Reserve

    Adequate care for the sick and wounded of naval and military land forces has been a problem as long as man has relied on the diabolically conceived instrument of war to settle disputes between nations. That the solution has been attained more...

  • Hail to the Amphibian - Implementer of Victory
    By Commander Thomas A. Brown (S.C.), U. S. Navy

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