Proceedings Magazine - May 1947 Vol. 73/5/531

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  • Operation Justice (Honorable Mention, 1947)
    By Commander Anthony Talerico, Jr., U. S. Navy

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  • The Technology of the U. S. Navy "Shark Chaser"
    By Richard L. Tuve

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  • Success of a Mission
    By Lieutenant Commander Arnold Van Benschoten, U. S. Naval Reserve (Inactive)

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  • Sawdust and Smelts
    By Lieutenant Commander Lawrence A. Mariden, (S.C.), U. S. Navy

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  • A Reply to the Extremists
    By Bertram Vogel

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  • Birth Month Physical Examinations
    By Captain John R. Poppen (M.C.), U. S. Navy

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  • Operations of the Russian Navy During the French Revolution and Empire, 1795-1801
    By Lieutenant Commander Robert W. Daly, U. S. Coast Guard Reserve

    (1) Survey

    Thanks to Napoleon’s ill-fated march upon Moscow, the Russian Army has been duly publicized. However, in the train of events that led from the storming of the Bastille through the...

  • Inca Mystery of the South Seas
    By Philip L. Soljak

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  • Building Major Combatant Ships in World War II
    By Captain H. F. D. Davis, U. S. Navy

    Take it all in all, a ship of the line is the most honorable thing that man as a gregarious animal has ever produced. By himself, unaided he can do better things than ships of the line; he can do poems and pictures and other combinations of...

  • Prelude to Saipan: 15 June, 1944 (A Stirring Hour Relived in History)
    By Technical Sergeant Pete Zurlinden Marine Corps Combat Correspondent

    Saipan, Marianas Islands, 15 June, 1944 - This ship sleeps as we plow toward Saipan - just 1,250 miles directly south of Tokyo - where later today American Marines will begin the struggle for the valuable Japanese owned Island.

    Below decks...

  • 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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