Proceedings Magazine - September 1955 Vol. 81/9/631

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  • Principles Of Sea Power
    By Admiral Robert B. Carney

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  • Is Amphibious Warfare Dead?
    By Captain Nicholas A. Canzona, U. S. Marine Corps

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  • The Genesis Of A Navy Yard
    By Arthur Menzies Johnson

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  • Philadelphia Navy Yard (Pictorial)
  • Nuclear Power For The Shore Establishment
    By Commander Herbert E. Smith (CEC), U. S. Navy, and Commander Arthur B. Chilton (CEC), U. S. Navy

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  • Salty Lingo
    By Allen Blow Cook

    The sea, ever mutable and mysterious, has demonstrated anew in recent years not only its protean nature but also its power and universal appeal. It has swept into the best seller list and inundated the book stalls. All around us,...

  • Military Application Of Research In Psychological Science
    By Commander George W. Dyson, U. S. Naval Reserve (Inactive) and Captain Charles W. Shilling, MC, U. S. Navy

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  • Japan's Wartime Carrier Construction (and Pictorial Section)
    By Hajime Fukaya; Edited by Martin E. Holbrook and Gerald E. Wheeler

    One of the principal causes of Japan’s naval, and ultimately total, defeat in World War II was its inability to replace the aircraft carrier losses it sustained during the various campaigns. While the carrier fleet of the United States...

  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Professional Notes

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