Proceedings Magazine - March 1960 Vol. 86/3/685

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  • Sea Power And Soviet Designs For Expansion
    By Maurice H. Hellner

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  • 404 Days! The War Patrol Life of the German U-505
    By Hans Joachim Decker

    Since 1954 the steps of some two million visitors have clanged on the deck, ladders, and passageways of a 250-foot monster “moored” at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry. This is the German submarine, U-505, captured in a...

  • Deep Selections
    By Vice Admiral L. S. Sabin, USN

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  • Tribute To The Liberties
    By John Bunker

    One of the strongest of several factors which turned the tide of war and in­sured final victory for the Allies in World War II was the vast armada of ships turned out by American yards. Launched between 1942 and 1945, this huge fleet of...

  • Officer Evaluation And Promotion
    By Rear Admiral Ray C. Needham, USN
  • The Soviet Merchant Marine
    By Commander Bernard M. Kassell, USN

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  • A Challenge In Teaching
    By Lieutenant Commander Roger M. Netherland, USN

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  • The Navy In The Space Age
    By Captain Charles W. Slyer Jr., USN and Commander Robert F. Freitag, USN

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  • The Reincarnation Of The Four-Stackers
    By Philip A. Chaplin

    You never used to hear the word “smoke­stack” in the normal vocabulary of the British or Canadian naval rating before World War II. Sometimes, when poking fun at his cousins in the U. S. Navy, he might make the mock pipe:...

  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Professional Notes

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  • Hunters' Point Drydock
    By Howard M. Smith

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