The Atlantic Alliance

By Robert McClintock
August 1949
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Man And Materials in the Polar Regions

By George W. Grupp
August 1949
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Jungle Allies

By Major John L. Zimmerman, U. S. Marine Corps Reserve (Inactive)
August 1949
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The Riddle of Combined Arms: 1949

By Major Guy Richards, U. S. Marine Corps Reserve
August 1949
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The Navy's Colossal Crane

By Warren Hughes
August 1949
One of the Navy’s strangest craft, unromantically titled YD 171, might be called by the more meaningful and appealing name of “Seagoing Samson,” for it can toss freight-train weights ...

The Uniform Problem

By Lieutenant J. C. Busby, S.C., U. S. Navy
August 1949
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The Naval Officer As A Speaker and Instructor

By Captain I. E. McMillian, U. S. Navy
August 1949
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The U. S. Navy's First Seagoing Marine Officer

By Captain Lucius C. Dunn, U. S. Navy (Retired)
August 1949
In this present "triphibious" era when the United States Marines constitute such a dynamically potent component of the Nation's armed forces, on land, on sea, and in the air, it ...

Inshore Navigation with Radar and VPR

By Captain William Hugh Organ, U. S. Navy
August 1949
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Discussions, Comments and Notes

August 1949
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Book Reviews

August 1949
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Professional Notes

August 1949
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