Proceedings Magazine - July 1965 Vol. 91/7/749

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  • The All-Weather Carrier Landing System
    by Commander Edwin F. Stobie, U. S. Navy

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  • The Credibility of the Deterrent and Its Implications for NATO
    by Capt. Walter J. Dabros, Canadian Provost Corps

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  • The Semantics of the Military Term "Joint"
    by Capt. Albert T. Church, Jr., USN

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  • The Dolphins: "Like An Arrow They Fly Through the Sea"
    by Ens. Emory W. Brown, Jr., USN

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  • Russian Mines on the Danube
    by Dr. Alfred P. Brainard

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  • Admiral Makarov: Attack! Attack! Attack!
    by Dr. Donald W. Mitchell

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  • Assignment to New Construction
    by Lt. Thomas B. Buell, USN

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  • Evaluating the DDG
    By Captain J. D. Oliver, Jr., U. S. Navy and Captain A. W. Slifer, U. S. Navy

    The firing sequence—“...five . . four . . three . . two . . one . . shoot . . birds away!”—is being repeated more and more often as new guided missile ships, particularly the guided missile destroyers (DDG), join the Fleet...

  • The Mixed-Manning Demonstration (Pictorial)
    by Toby Marquez

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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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