Proceedings Magazine - October 1956 Vol. 82/10/644

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In the placid, sun-baked roadstead of a small sheikhdom on the Persian Gulf, a trim little naval vessel painted dazzling white drops its hook in three fathoms of limpid water. A blazing tropical...

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  • By the Shores of Araby: The Persian Gulf Command
    By William H. Hessler

    In the placid, sun-baked roadstead of a small sheikhdom on the Persian Gulf, a trim little naval vessel painted dazzling white drops its hook in three fathoms of limpid water. A blazing tropical sun, two hours above the eastern horizon, sends the...

  • Background To Disarmament
    By Brigadier General Dale O. Smith, U. S. Air Force

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  • Capros Not Convoy: Counterattack And Destroy!
    By Captain S. W. Roskill, Royal Navy (Retired)

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  • The Jean Bart's Escape To Safety
    By Captain Isaiah Olch, U. S. Navy (Retired)

    During the afternoon of June 22, 1940, the French destroyer Hardi was off the northwestern coast of Morocco. On board was the Commander in Chief, Naval Forces Western France, Admiral de Laborde. At 1530 he ordered the signal hoisted...

  • Fish Can Be International
    By Edward W. Allen

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  • The Failure of the Japanese Convoy Escort
    By Major Y. Horie, former Imperial Japanese Army

    At the Imperial War College where I was a student when Japan went to war against the United States and Great Britain, both instructors and students studied the memoirs of Winston Churchill and Lloyd George. Particularly they studied...

  • Refinements In Mobile Support
    By Commander John C. Busby (SC), U. S. Navy

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  • Sunday Punch Weapon
    By Edward A. Dieckmann, Sr.

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  • Middle East Force (Pictorial)
  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Professional Notes

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  • Armed Services Legislation, 84th Congress

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  • USF ESSEX 32
    By Captain Raymond J. Toner, U.S. Navy
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