Proceedings Magazine - January 1960 Vol. 86/1/683

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  • We Are All Americans
    By Captain Raymond J. Toner, USN

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  • Sinking the Haguro
    By Rear Admiral H. E. Horan, RN (Ret.)

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  • The Helicopter in the Fleet
    By Commander Charles J. Burton, USN

    When Igor Sikorsky of the United States and Dr. Focke of Germany devised workable techniques for controlling a powerful engine harnessed to gyrating rotors, their separate but related efforts had at last brought to practical fruition the efforts...

  • Gold Ballast: War Patrol Of Uss Trout
    By Ensign John L. Dettbarn, USN

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  • Caveat: The Manual For Courts-Martial
    By Colonel Hamilton M. Hoyler, USMC

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  • The Cold War Power Spectrum
    By Lieutenant James A. Winnefeld, USN

    Imagine yourself for a moment in a concert hall. You are listening to a classic work played with great precision by an orchestra under the direction of an accomplished conductor. You admire both the composer, for the beauty and harmony of his...

  • The Story Of The Holland Submarine (Pictorial)
    By Richard Knowles Morris

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  • Major Fleet Units Lost During World War II
    By Vernon J. Miller

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  • A Page from the Old Navy: USS Kearsarge—Fifty-Six Years and Three Careers
    By R. Wayne Anderson

    When the Bethlehem Steel Company’s Patapsco Scrap Corporation reduced Crane Ship No. 1 to scrap in December 1956, the career of the oldest active ship in the U. S. Navy came to an end.

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  • Book Reviews

    Book Reviews

    Ten Years and Twenty Days*

    By Admiral Karl Doenitz. New York: The World Publishing Company, 1959. Illus­trated. Appendices. 490 pages. $6.00.

    REVIEWED BY Lieutenant...

  • Professional Notes
    Edited by Captain James W. Thomson, U. S. Navy

    SOME THOUGHTS ON DEEPDRAFT SHIPHANDLING

    By Captain John V. Noel, USN

    After a year of handling this 9,000-ton, single screw, low-powered, lightly loaded merchant-type...

  • USS John S. McCain (DL-3)
    By Lawrence S. Rhoades, JO2, USN

    Thousands watched the sleek, grey ship as she cut her way up the Hooghly River last October to berth at Calcutta, a port city of five million people with the largest natural harbor in northeast India. This was the first time in five years that an...

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