Proceedings Magazine - November 1949 Vol. 75/11/561

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  • By the Rocket's Red Glare: Inyokern
    By Lieutenant Warren R. Hughes, United States Naval Reserve (Retired)

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  • The National Military Establishment and Dollars
    By Captain J. E. Hamilton, U. S. Navy

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  • The Mogamis: Cheat Cruisers Extraordinary
    By Warren S. Howard

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  • Navy Cold Weather Construction Engineering
    By George W. Grupp

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  • U. S. Naval Air Bases From 1914 to 1939
    By Dr. Ivor D. Spencer

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  • The Nautical Mile
    By Lieutenant Commander Alton B. Moody, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • Our First Iron Man-of-War
    By Captain Frederick L. Oliver, U. S. Navy (Retired)

    What is probably the oldest iron ship in the world today, and one of the first iron men-of-war built, is approaching the end of a career that exceeds the century mark by a few years.

    In 1841 Congress authorized the construction of a side-...

  • Early Japanese Imperialism and the Philippines
    By James K. Eyre, Jr.

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  • Marine Corps Aviation—An Infantry­man’s Opinion
    By Major J. N. Rentz, U. S. Marine Corps Reserve

    Along with speculation on discussions at the Key West Conference, a new, a fertile field for inter-Service wrangling opened. As a result, reams and reams of paper will be wasted by proponents of Naval Aviation, Marine Corps Aviation, or a single...

  • Salute to the Seabees (Pictorial)
  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Professional Notes

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