Defense Decisions In The Dangerous Decade

By George Fielding Eliot
January 1961
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USS Downes (DD-375) and USS Cassin (DD-372) in Drydock One at the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, soon after the end of the Japanese air attack, 7 December 1941

Up From Ashes—The Saga Of Cassin And Downes

By Commander John D. Alden, U. S. Navy
January 1961
On 7 December 1941, Downes, Cassin, and the battleship Pennsylvania were in drydock in Pearl Harbor undergoing extensive repairs. Downes and Cassin were wrecked seemingly beyond repair and were reported ...

A New U. S. Military Philosophy

By Lt. Col. C. M. Fergusson, Jr., USA
January 1961
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Soviet Naval Aviation

By Cdr. Edward L. Barker, USNR
January 1961
“Armed with powerful weapons and recent technology, the Navy of the U.S.S.R. has become a completely modern navy. It is capable of solving any problem put to it and can ...

Assumption of Responsibility - Essence of Command

By Capt. W. P. Mack, USN
January 1961
In 1950 the American-owned Isbrandtsen Steamship Line was engaged in trading along the China Coast and in entering certain Chinese Communist-held ports. The Chinese Nationalist Navy was attempting to prevent ...

Sweden: Neutralism Or Neutrality?

By Dr. Charles O. Lerche
January 1961
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Oceanography: The Need And The Promise

By Everett S. Allen
January 1961
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The Merchant Marine And National Security

By Capt. Arnold F. Schade, USN
January 1961
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The Battle of Mylae

By John J. Putman
January 1961
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Fishing Vessels Around The World (Pictorial)

By Dayton L. Alverson
January 1961
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Comment and Discussion

January 1961
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Book Reviews

January 1961
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Professional Notes

January 1961
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Phantom of the Carrier Fleet

By Joseph E. Oglesbey, Senior Chief Journalist, U. S. Navy
January 1961
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