Proceedings Magazine - August 1955 Vol. 81/8/630

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  • Have You Ever Lost a Man Overboard?
    By Commander D. J. Carrison, U. S. Navy

    Nothing is more frustrating than to lose a man overboard at sea. Men who have an active part in rescue attempts at least have something to do, but the others who stand by can only look out on the forbidding water and pity the poor devil in it....

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  • All Right! Go Home!
    By Warrant Officer William H. Tebbetts, U. S. Navy

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  • The Unknown Darlan
    By Russell Brooks, American Consul General (Retired)

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  • Armed Forces Care - Through "Care"
    By Richard A. Shafter

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  • Mobile Naval Support For Total War
    By Captain Arthur F. Spring, U. S. Navy

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  • Leadership Is Not Enough
    By Lieutenant Commander Charles C. Gibson, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • Pictorial Section
  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Professional Notes

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  • T. A. M. Craven at Mobile Bay
    By Commander Neville T. Kirk, U.S. Naval Reserve

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  • The Surrender of Japan
    By Robert J. C. Butow

    This article is based on the following primary sources: records, exhibits, and proceedings of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East; documents in the possession of and studies prepared by the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs;...

  • Photographing the Surrender Aboard the USS Missouri
    By Colonel Bertram Kalisch, U. S. Army

    Late in August, 1945, a meeting was held aboard the USS Missouri to lay plans for full public information coverage of the surrender of Japan. The Missouri group, presided over by the late Admiral Forrest P. Sherman, USN, decided...


 
 

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