Proceedings Magazine - May 1950 Vol. 76/5/567

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Oh, policeman, policeman, you do me great wrong

('Way! Hey! Blow the man down!)

I'm a Flying Fish sailor,...



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  • This Business of Naming Ships
    By Commander G. F. MacMullen, U. S. Naval Reserve

    Oh, policeman, policeman, you do me great wrong

    ('Way! Hey! Blow the man down!)

    I'm a Flying Fish sailor, just home from Hong Kong—

  • Strategy of the Future - A Second Look
    By Commander George H. Miller, U. S. Navy
  • Some Problems of the Amphibious Commander
    By Rear Admiral Paulus P. Powell, U. S. Navy (Retired)
  • The Brazilian Navy in World War II
    By Homer C. Votaw
  • Political and Legal Aspects of Nationalist China's "Port Closure"
    By Commander Robert C. Wing, U. S. Navy

    A “Treaty of friendship, commerce and navigation between the United States of America and the Republic of China” was ratified at Nanking and went into force November 30, 1948. This Treaty, in so far as it concerns the...

  • The Last Grain Race
    By J. Ferrell Colton
  • At Loggerheads in a "Cold" War
    By Lieutenant Colonel William R. Wendt, U. S. Marine Corps
  • Petroleum Exploration in Arctic Alaska
    By Commander W. G. Greenman, U. S. Navy (Retired)
  • Japan's Heavy Cruisers in the War
    By Warren S. Howard
  • The Progress of the Naval Historical Foundation
    By Commodore Dudley W. Knox, U. S. Navy (Retired)
  • Hunter-Killer Team (Pictorial)
  • Discussions, Comments and Notes
  • Book Reviews
  • Professional Notes
  • Photographs & Illustrations


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