Proceedings Magazine - May 1954 Vol. 80/5/615

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  • National Policy And The Transoceanic Navy
    By Samuel P. Huntington

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  • The Panama Canal—An Auxiliary of the Fleet
    By Captain R. S. Fahle, U. S. Navy

    Within the framework of America’s total military strength, the offensive as well as the protective potential of our seapower has, in recent years, emerged in clearer perspective than ever heretofore. The mobile offensive power of the U. S. Navy,...

  • Kamikazes And The Okinawa Campaign
    By Rear Admiral Toshiyuki Yokoi, former Imperial Japanese Navy

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  • Salt Horse To Sirloin
    By Captain Norvelle W. Sharpe, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • The Last Fuehrer
    By First Lieutenant Leonard W. Seagren, U. S. Air Force

    The time is 1946, the place the ancient, proud, now devastated city of Nuremberg, Germany, and the man is Karl Doenitz, indicted and arraigned before the International Military Tribunal. Flottenrichter Kranzbuehler has just completed his...

  • First Steps Into The Principles Of War
    By Associate Professor Robert W. Daly, U. S. Naval Academy

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  • Air-Sea Rescue Off Halmahera
    By Stephen J. Allen, Yeoman First Class, U. S. Navy

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  • The Cradle Of Naval Aviation
    By Chief Journalist J. Burton Smith, U. S. Navy

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  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

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  • Book Reviews

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    Naval Design Takes a Giant Step

    Maritime Reporter, March 1954.—During the past 20 years, the Bureau of Ships occasionally has undertaken evaluation of ships having...

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