Proceedings Magazine - July 1960 Vol. 86/7/689

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  • Overseas Bases - How Long For This World?
    By Captain Edward F. Dissette, USN (Ret.)

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  • Norway's Role In U. S. Defense
    By William H. Hessler

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  • After Communism, What?
    By Captain Paul R. Schratz, USN

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  • The Commissioned Vocation
    By Maynard Kniskern

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  • The U. S. Navy's People-To-People Program
    By Lieutenant William A. Platte, USN

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  • The Man Who Hid The Cruiser Dresden
    By Karl Baarslag

    One night in 1939, while we were anchored in Hewett Bay, Chile, during a howling southwest gale, Albert Pagels told me his story of how he had hidden the German light cruiser Dresden there, 23 years earlier. We had taken Pagels on as a pilot for...

  • A Letter From The Commanding Officer Of USS Triton
    Captian Edward L. Beach, U. S. Navy

    CAPT. EDWARD L. BEACH, USN
    USS TRITON
    FLEET POST OFFICE, NEW YORK

    CARRIED ON
    FIRST SUBMERGED
    CIRCUMNAVIGATION

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  • Philosophy Of Command In The Challenge Of Our Time
    By Lieutenant Commander John F. Riley, USN

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  • Weather Control and National Strategy
    By Commander William J. Kotsch, USN

    Recent advances in the weather science demand the immediate establishment of a vigorous, comprehensive, and imaginative atmospheric research program under governmental sponsorship. The lowest price for procrastination in this regard will be...

  • The Argentine Navy (Pictorial)
    By Lieutenant Carlos E. Zartmann, AN

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Professional Notes

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  • USS Thetis at San Diego, October 1887
    By Lieutenant Commander Lloyd M. Harmon, USN (Ret.)

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  • A Page from the New Navy: USS Northampton (CLC-1)
    By J. Laurence Craig, JO3, USN

    “Hi—Welcome to Sweden,” scraped in the ice by students, marked the opening of an unusual experience for the men of the command cruiser USS Northampton (CLC-1).

    The big gray cruiser lay at anchor in the frozen Tralhavet...

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