Proceedings Magazine - February 1962 Vol. 88/2/708

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  • A "Wet" Navy and a "Dry" Navy?
    By Capt. W. C. Fortune, USN

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  • New Weapons with NATO Nameplates
    By Cdr. George Cornelius, USN

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  • Tarawa: The Tide that Failed
    By Patrick L. McKiernan

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  • The Atom, the Navy, and Limited War
    By Capt. George L. Raring, USN

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  • Shoreside Checkout for Seagoing Destroyer Officers
    By Lt. H. H. Sacks, USN

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  • Navy's "In-House" Research Laboratories
    By Capt. C. O. Holmquist, USN, and R. S. Greenbaum

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  • Flags of Convenience: Maritime Dilemma
    By Capt. Ira Dye, USN

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  • Sailors in the Navy (Pictorial)
    Text by Alfred F. Loomis. Photographs by Robert deGast

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Book Reviews & Book List

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  • Professional Notes, Notebook and Progress

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  • The Clipperton Operation
    By George M. Lowry, Rear Admiral, U. S. Naval Reserve (Retired)

    Before World War II, Clipperton Island, a tiny speck in the Pacific some 670 miles southwest of Acapulco, Mexico, was practically unknown except to navigators and occasional fishermen. Politically part of French Oceania since 1932, it came under...

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  • Salvage Operation of USS Baldwin (DD-624)
    By Lieutenant Commander Frank Kalasinski, U. S. Navy Staff, Commander, Service Force Atlantic

    At 0637 on 16 April1961, USS Baldwin (DD-624), a reserve fleet destroyer, parted tow with USS Keywadin (ATA-213) about 23 miles northeast of Montauk Point, Long Island. Baldwin, a dead tow, was en route to the...


 
 

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