Proceedings Magazine - February 1965 Vol. 91/2/744

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  • Patience: Bedrock of Strategy in the 1960s
    By William H. Hessler

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  • Advisory Warfare vs. Sanctuary Warfare
    By Col. Edwin F. Black, USA

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  • A Century of Foreign Languages in the Navy
    By Rear Adm. Kemp Tolley, USN (Ret.)

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  • UDT Comes of Age
    By Lieutenant James J. Ritter, U. S. Naval Reserve

    A significant naval policy change occurred in January 1962 when the Navy recommissioned Underwater Demolition Team 22 and commissioned SEAL (SEaAirLand) Teams ONE and TWO. This reversed the process of reducing the Navy's UDT and SEAL combat...

  • Sealab I
    By Lieutenant Commander Don Groves, U. S. Naval Reserve

    An odd looking, 40-foot vessel, equipped with pontoon-shaped appendages, was launched from the Navy’s oceanographic research tower, Argus Island, on 20 July 1964. Instead of floating, this vessel—the Sealab I—...

  • Limes, Lemons, and Scurvy
    By Christopher C. Lloyd

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  • A Mission to the Royal Flying Corps
    By J. Sterling Halstead

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  • Naval Air Basic Training (Pictorial)
    By Robert de Gast

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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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  • The Navy of 1845
    by Rear Admiral Bruce McCandless, U. S. Navy (Retired)and Lieutenant Commander, Arthur L. Rogers, MSC, U. S. Navy

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