Proceedings Magazine - November 1954 Vol. 80/11/621

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  • Troubled Oil And Iran
    By Rear Admiral E. M. Eller, U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • A New World's Speed Record
    By Lieutenant Commander James B. Verdin, U. S. Navy; Assisted By Lieutenant J. M. Cameron, U. S. Naval Reserve

    Colonel Roscoe Turner says there is only one reason for flying. Speed, speed, speed. And he’s right. Aircraft speeds are the mileposts of aviation progress. For this reason the world speed record over the three kilometer (1.8 miles) course...

  • The Art Of Being An Executive Officer
    By Captain W. J. Catlett, Jr., U. S. Navy

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  • Sweden Digs In
    By Lieutenant Commander G. Alison Raymond, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • Iron Ore Traffic on the Great Lakes
    By Wesley R. Harkins

    Whenever one surveys the industrial might of this nation—its buildings, factories, railroads, automobiles and trucks, pipelines, its Army and Navy and their equipment—the important role that iron and steel play in our very way of life...

  • Russia's Disappearing Sea
    By Joseph Bernstein

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  • A Naval Officer In Kashmir
    By Commander John Cadwalader, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • The Story of Stephen Hopkins
    By John Bunker

    The S.S. Stephen Hopkins was a Liberty ship-one of hundreds that freighted goods of war across the seven seas in World War II.

    There were guns on the Hopkins, but they were not intended for a pitched battle against a...

  • The Navy Of Sweden (Pictorial)
  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

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  • Book Reviews

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