Proceedings Magazine - August 1950 Vol. 76/8/570

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In order to visualize clearly the major strategic problems confronting the con­testants in the recent naval war in the Pacific, we must study the conflict objec­tively in terms of the...

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  • The Navy's War Against Japan: A Strategic Analysis
    By Professor E. B. Potter, U. S. Naval Academy

    In order to visualize clearly the major strategic problems confronting the con­testants in the recent naval war in the Pacific, we must study the conflict objec­tively in terms of the elements of strategy. Alfred Thayer Mahan named these...

  • As Brave As Any Men Can Be
    By Lieutenant Commander Burke Wilkinson, U. S. Naval Reserve (Inactive)
  • Spain - No Military Weakling
    By Lieutenant (J.G.) William J. Freitas, U. S. Navy

    Spain today occupies an anomalous position in world affairs. If a third world war were to break out that nation would be of the utmost strategic and military importance to the United States. She would almost certainly be an ally of...

  • Jacob Jones, the Delaware Squire
    By Fletcher Pratt
  • The Atlantic Convoys
    By Rear Admiral H. D. Cooke, U. S. Navy (Retired)
  • Amphibious Warfare Yesterday and Tomorrow
    By Colonel Samuel B. Griffith, U. S. Marine Corps
  • National Strategy and the Merchant Marine
    By Commander George D. Synon, U. S. Coast Guard

    Most persons who have given it any thought regard a strong Merchant Marine to be indispensable to the security of the United States. This premise has been fundamental to American naval strategy ever since Mahan first enunciated his concept of sea...

  • Operation Bovine
    By Lieutenant Commander Joseph C. Meredith, U. S. Navy
  • The Industrial Engineer Looks at the Navy
    By Lieutenant Commander Wallace J. Richardson, U. S. Navy (Retired)
  • New Techniques in Gulf Stream Navigation
    By W. R. Griswold, Master Mariner
  • Marine Amphibious Warfare, New Style (Pictorial)
  • Discussions, Comments and Notes
  • Book Reviews
  • Professional Notes
  • Photographs & Illustrations

 
 

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