Proceedings Magazine - July 1963 Vol. 89/7/725

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Today, Americans understand that a bamboo man-trap is every bit as lethal as a grenade. But a scant 20 years ago, a global war was in progress and unconventional warfare was in the...

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  • Navy Guerrilla
    By Roy Stratton, Commander, U. S. Navy (Retired)

    Today, Americans understand that a bamboo man-trap is every bit as lethal as a grenade. But a scant 20 years ago, a global war was in progress and unconventional warfare was in the minds of many, a rather nasty—possibly...

  • Learn to Say "No" to the Admiral
    By George C. Dyer, Vice Adm., USN (Ret.)

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  • Helicopters in Antisubmarine Warfare
    By Wayne L. Jensen, Lt. Cdr., USN

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  • Naval Tradition and National Vision
    By Louis Banks

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  • The U. S. Oceanographic Fleet
    By J. R. Morgan, Lt. Cdr., USN

    Drawing 280 feet of water in her vertical position, the research vessel FLIP (floating instrument platform) towers 75 feet above the water. The long, tube-like vessel is manned by a scientific crew of four and drifts in the ocean current to...

  • Soviet Oceanography
    By Bernard M. Kassell, Cdr., USN (Rel.)

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  • Target: Iwo
    By Robert D. Heinl, Jr., Col., USMC

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  • USS Bainbridge (Pictorial)
  • 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 Prince De Neufchatel, American Schooner and Privateer
    By Howard I. Chapelle

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  • Newest Minesweepers in the U. S. Navy
    By Lt. Cdr. Harry E. Padgett, USN

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  • Comments on the Bainbridge
    Raymond E. Peet, Captain, U. S. Navy

    EDITOR’S NOTE:

    The following commentary by Captain Peet, commanding officer of the USS Bainbridge, was written in answer to the Naval Institute’s call for debate on how rapidly the U. S....


 
 

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