Proceedings Magazine - September 1960 Vol. 86/9/691

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  • Communist China And The Arab-African Area
    By Lieutenant (j.g.) I. William Zartman, USNR

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  • The Naval Academy of Today and Its Mission
    By Captain J. Lloyd Abbot, Jr., USN

    Much sound and fury on the subject of education has recently been raised in many U. S. periodicals. Nearly every such article dwells entirely on the academic aspects of education. The alacrity with which high school students take to woodworking,...

  • Collective Security In The Pacific: Nine Years Of The ANZUS Pact
    By Norman J. Padelford

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  • The U.S. Navy's Hurricane Hunters
    By Lieutenant Commander Wycliffe D. Toole, Jr., USN

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  • Political Gaming
    By Dr. Lincoln P. Bloomfield

     

  • The Development of Nuclear Propulsion in the Navy
    By Captain Carl O. Holmquist, USN and Russell S. Greenbaum

    In February of this year, the nuclear submarine Sargo became the third U. S. Navy submarine to cruise under the polar ice cap. Furthermore, Sargo was the first submarine to break through the ice and surface at the North Pole...

  • Discrimination in Selections: Fact or Fancy?
    By Captain John H. Hitchcock, USN

    This article is prompted by the ever increasing letters to editors appearing in service magazines relating to the selection opportunity for officers who have entered the Navy’s ranks from sources other than the Naval Academy. In almost...

  • Balanced Sea Power And Cold War
    By Captain Cassius D. Rhymes, Jr., USN

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  • Command Primer
    By Major E. J. Markham, Jr., USMC

    Command is the ultimate honor the Corps can bestow. It is a privilege, not a right. It is complete and absolute—an end in itself. It brings with it a degree of responsibility that is unmatched in any other profession. It is the "moment...

  • Artic Oceanography By Submarines
    By E. C. LaFond

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  • Bellingshausen Sea Operation (Pictorial)
    By Captain Edwin A. McDonald, USN

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Professional Notes

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  • The Federal Navy's Missing Raft
    By Sydney Jackman

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