Proceedings Magazine - October 1948 Vol. 74/10/548

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During long periods of comparative peace in a country when times are unhurried or during periods of ease in a profession or walk of life, men are apt to ponder basic ideas that have to do with the...

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  • The Admirable Servant, Occasionally Obsequious: Seventy-five Years of the U.S. Naval Institute
    By Captain G. V. Stewart, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    During long periods of comparative peace in a country when times are unhurried or during periods of ease in a profession or walk of life, men are apt to ponder basic ideas that have to do with the betterment of activities in which they are...

  • The Navy Has a Heart
    By Lieutenant Commander Beverley L. Britton, U. S. Naval Reserve

    Last September, in ancient Egypt's teeming Delta provinces, an outbreak of deadly cholera presented an ominous challenge to that nation's already overburdened Institute of Public Health. Public meeting places were closed at once....

  • The Dark Side of Sanitation
    By Rear Admiral Lucius W. Johnson, (MC), U. S. Navy (Retired)

    THE DARK SIDE OF SANITATION

    By REAR ADMIRAL LUCIUS W. JOHNSON, (MC) U. S. Navy (Retired)

    The opinions or assertions in this article are the private ones of the writer, and are not to be construed as official or...

  • The Big Bear Wets His Paws
    By Lieutenant Commander J. Burke Wilkinson, U. S. N. R. (Inactive)

    ONE day back in early 1944 an aging U. S. cruiser was submarine hunting in the South Atlantic. A friendly plane circled her, plumped into the drink nearby. Two...

  • Propaganda De Luxe
    By Captain Alan McCracken, U. S. Navy

    The real difference between education and propaganda is generally accepted to be simply this: Education is what you want the other fellow to believe; propaganda is what he wants you to believe.

  • Sidelights on Mahan
    By Captain J. M. Ellicott, U. S. Navy (Retired)

    In the middle eighties nearly all professional talk was about “The Influence of Sea Power upon History” by Captain A. T. Mahan. It had inspired the naval powers of Europe into extra...

  • Seventy-five Years of Progressive Naval Thinking
    By Lieutenant Commander W. H. Russell, U. S. Naval Reserve (Inactive)

    SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS OF PROGRESSIVE NAVAL THINKING

    (A Review of Some Outstanding Articles Published in the PROCEEDINGS)

    By LIEUTENANT COMMANDER W. H. RUSSELL U. S. Naval Reserve (Inactive)

    ...
  • The Navy and Civil Liberty
    By Captain William B. Prendergast, U. S. Army Reserve

    THE NAVY AND CIVIL LIBERTY

    By CAPTAIN WILLIAM B. PRENDERGAST, U. S. Army Reserve

  • Do You Vote?
    By Lieutenant Howard A. Patrick

    DO YOU VOTE? By Lieutenant Howard A. Patrick, SDO, U.S. Navy

    With three major political conventions and several satellite caucuses having assembled, paraded, deliberated, nominated, and adjourned,...

  • Truk - South Sea Mystery Base
    By Lieutenant Howard Patrick (SDO), U. S. Navy

    TRUK—SOUTH SEA MYSTERY BASE

    By BERTRAM VOGEL

    When two unescorted Marine PB4Y’s took off on 4 February 1944 on a daring 2,000-mile reconnaissance mission over Truk, United States military leaders in the...

  • Proceedings Picture Album
  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

    Discussions, Comments, Notes

    “Homer Clark Poundstone and the All-Big-Gun Battleship”

    (See Page 707, June 1948 Proceedings)

  • Book Reviews

    MEN AGAINST FIRE. By Colonel S. L. A. Marshall. AUS. Washington: Infantry Journal, Inc.; New York: William...

  • Professional Notes

    This html article is produced from an uncorrected text file through optical character recognition. Prior to 1940 articles all text has been corrected, but from 1940 to the present most still remain uncorrected....

  • Photographs & Illustrations

 
 

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