Proceedings Magazine - January 1963 Vol. 89/1/719

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This issue of the Proceedings—the first to be devoted completely to an analysis of our Navy's future—illustrates new imperatives of our time. Forecasting the future is no...

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  • The Navy of 1973
    By George W. Anderson, Jr., Admiral, U. S. Navy

    This issue of the Proceedings—the first to be devoted completely to an analysis of our Navy's future—illustrates new imperatives of our time. Forecasting the future is no longer an optional process reserved to fiction...

  • The World Environment of 1973
    By George Fielding Eliot

    In the decade 1963-1973, the author foresees an “emergence from frustration, a seizing and ex­ploitation of Western initiatives rather than constant reaction after the event to Communist initiatives.” “We may be entering...

  • Naval Power—Present and Future
    By Adm. Claude V. Ricketts, USN

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  • New Horizons of Naval Research and Development
    By William F. Raborn, Vice Admiral, U. S. Navy

    The conversion of sea water to fresh water, accurate prediction of the flow of seaborne ice, weather control, the construction of a truly silent submarine and the harnessing of ion propulsion are some of the exciting programs for development...

  • The Growing Role of the Submarine
    By Vice Adm. Elton W. Grenfell, USN

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  • The ASW Navy of the Seventies
    By John W. Thach, Vice Admiral, U. S. Navy

    Aircraft carriers built from the keel up for ASW; smaller destroyers, powered by the atom to give them the speed and stamina to catch a prey which cannot be chased to exhaustion; nuclear-powered killer submarines with long range...

  • Our Future Navy? (Pictorial)
  • Naval Aviation in the Years Ahead
    By Vice Adm. Fitzhugh Lee, USN

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  • The Navy's Future Role in Space
    By Capt. Malcolm W. Cagle, USN

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  • Ships of ’73
    By Rear Adm. Ralph K. James, Jr., USN

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  • Amphibious Warfare During the Next Decade
    By John S. McCain, Jr., Rear Admiral, U. S. Navy

    The suddenness with which grave crises can develop to threaten even the insecure truce which today we call "peace" emphasizes more than ever the essential and growing contribution of sea power to our national security. In fact, despite...

  • The Marine Corps of 1973
    By Col. John A. Saxten, USMC, (Ret.) and Col. Louis G. Ditta, USMC

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  • Manning the Future Fleets
    By Vice Adm. William R. Smedberg, HI, USN

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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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