Sea Power and the Atomic Bomb

By John Philips Cranwell
October 1946
Prior to the tests of the atomic bomb on naval and merchant shipping at Bikini Atoll, there was widespread speculation on the ability of vessels to withstand the cataclysmic explosion ...
Makin Island Marine raiders returning to their submarine in a rubber boat

The Makin Island Raid

By Captain Walter Karig, U. S. Naval Reserve, and Commander Eric Purdon, U. S. Naval Reserve
October 1946
It was D-Day plus One in the Solomons. Three thousand miles away two submarines passed Hospital Point, Pearl Harbor, and headed out to sea. Submarines often had silently left Hawaii ...

Project Pinwheel

By Captain E. O. Wagner, U. S. Navy
October 1946
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Toward Total Security

By Captain Marcy M. Dupre, Jr., U. S. Navy
October 1946
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Naval Administration in the United States

By Lieutenant Commander Elting E. Morison, U. S. Naval Reserve
October 1946
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Prize Money

By Captain Frederick L. Oliver, U. S. Navy (Retired)
October 1946
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"Prinz Eugene,” Little Brother of the Bismarck"

By Lieutenant Commander Wayne E. Spangler, U. S. Naval Reserve
October 1946
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The Naval War College, 1946

By Captain Thomas M. Shock, U. S. Navy
October 1946
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Night Vision

By Captain J. H. Korb (M.C.), U. S. Navy
October 1946
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Discussions, Comments and Notes

October 1946
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Book Reviews

October 1946
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Notes on International Affairs

October 1946
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Professional Notes

October 1946
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