Proceedings Magazine - June 1947 Vol. 73/6/532

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It struck me as odd, during the planning stage for Operation Neptune, that the higher echelon of Naval Command was comprised of officers whose names were monosyllables. King, (Cominch); Cook (COS...

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  • NOIC UTAH
    By Commodore James E. Arnold, U. S. Naval Reserve

    It struck me as odd, during the planning stage for Operation Neptune, that the higher echelon of Naval Command was comprised of officers whose names were monosyllables. King, (Cominch); Cook (COS to Cominch); Stark (Comnavu); Kirk (ComTask Force...

  • The United States and Naval Power
    By Robert McClintock

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  • Chaos at Shiminoseki
    By Lieutenant Colin Ostrander, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • The Russian Navy - Past, Present, and Future
    By Paul W. Martin

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  • Significant Developments in Naval Law Since Pearl Harbor
    By Colonel James Snedeker, U. S. Marine Corps

    In Discussing Developments In That Portion Of Naval Law Which Controls Naval Justice, It Is Convenient To Group Them Into Two Divisions—Substantive, And Procedural.

    The Substantive Law

    Substantive criminal law,...

  • The German Submarine War
    By C. H. Spilman

    Not long after Hitler assumed control of Germany's destiny in 1933, the Third Reich laid the foundation of a submarine fleet which it intended should isolate the British Isles when the time came to wipe out the humiliation of 1918. By May,...

  • The Problem of American Overseas Bases: Some Reflections on Naval History
    By Earl S. Pomeroy

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  • Pomp and Circumstance
    By Lieutenant (j.g.) P. W. Rairden, Jr., U. S. Navy

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  • Great Lew Chew Island
    By Commander.B. Saunders Bullard (C.C.), U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • A Local Apparent Noon Graph
    By Lieutenant (j.g.) Mitchell A. Perry, U. S. Coast Guard

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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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