Proceedings Magazine - July 1964 Vol. 90/7/737

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Sea power, land power, air power. Al though we have heard these words often, they are relatively new to history. Alfred Thayer Mahan in 1890 popularized the sea in his epochal The Influence of...

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  • The Genesis of America's Oceanic Power
    By George E. Lowe

    Sea power, land power, air power. Al though we have heard these words often, they are relatively new to history. Alfred Thayer Mahan in 1890 popularized the sea in his epochal The Influence of Sea Power upon History; Sir Halford J....

  • Destroyer Command: Critical ASW Subsystem
    By R. L. Brandenburg, Lt., USN

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  • Crisis in Leadership
    By Glen H. Lathrop, Jr., Capt., USNR

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  • Operational Readiness and Military Requirements
    By J. T. Cockrill, Cdr., USN

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  • The Smaller Navies
    By C. P. Nixon, Capt., RCN

    The problems of the smaller navies seem puny by comparison with those confronting the great naval powers. But, pound for pound and point for point, their plight may exceed ours, for many small fleets are in danger of sinking from sight...

  • The Professional Officer and Foreign Policy
    By Charles O. Lerche, Jr.

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  • The Credible Incentive
    By William A. Golden, Capt., USN

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  • "Satisfactory" Not Enough
    By H. B. Say, Capt., USNR (Ret.)

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  • The Largest Tankers (Pictorial)
    By Arthur E. Hammarlund, Lt. Cdr., USN, and David L. Cooper, Lt. Cdr., USN

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Book Reviews and Book List

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  • Professional Notes, Notebook and Progress

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  • PT Boats Return
    By Claude Erbsen, Lieutenant ( j. g.), U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • Address by the Honorable Paul H. Nitze, Secretary of the Navy
    By the Honorable Paul H. Nitze, Secretary of the Navy

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