Air-Sea Power on the Asian Perimeter

By William H. Hessler
October 1951
For reasons that are now generally fa­miliar, the United States is obliged to assign a very high priority to the de­fense of industrial western Europe in shaping its global strategy. ...

A Million Seamen Were Slain

By Rear Admiral Lucius W. Johnson (MC), U. S. Navy (Retired)
October 1951
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Naval Aspects of the Mission to Turkey

By Commander Harold G. Bowen, Jr., U. S. Navy
October 1951
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The Commanding Officer and the New Uniform Code

By Lieutenant Commander Joseph K. Taussig, Jr., U. S. Navy
October 1951
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The French Fleet in Being

By Rear Admiral Raymond de Belot, French Navy (Retired)
October 1951
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N.A.S. Annapolis

By Lieutenant Commander Robert W. Murch, U. S. Naval Reserve
October 1951
On September 6, 1911, a somewhat overdue express consignment of sev­eral bulky crates from Dayton, Ohio was delivered to the armory of the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. At ...

A History of Selective Service

By Major Robert H. Rankin, U. S. Marine Corps Reserve
October 1951
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How Naval Bases Can Sell Sailors Short

By Commander James C. Shaw, U. S. Navy
October 1951
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Admiral Sims As I Knew Him

By Captain Benyaurd B. Wygant, U. S. Navy (Ret.)
October 1951
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Discussions, Comments and Notes

October 1951
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Book Reviews

October 1951
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Professional Notes

October 1951
UNITED STATES ASW Techniques Christian Science Monitor, July 21.—“Dogged” is the word for the technique which the United States Navy uses to seek out submarines and either sink or otherwise ...

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