Can We Modernize U.S. Shipbuilding?

By Lieutenant Commander Charles J. DiBona, U.S. Navy
January 1966
How shall we describe the carbon copy concept an intrepid U.S. shipbuilding industry turned to during World War II to resolve a desperate dilemma? Outmoded? The author does not think ...

The Validity of War Game Analysis

by Captain James T. Cockrill, U.S. Navy & Illustrations by Tom O’Hara
January 1966
The several techniques of war gaming continue to assume positions of increasing importance in the decision-making process in government and in industry.

Rebuilding Norway's Navy

by Major Verner R. Carlson, U. S. Army
January 1966
Norway has cast aside the antiquated, threadbare mantle of neutrality and embarked on an unprecedented program of warship construction.

The Fifth Man

by Rear Admiral Colby G. Rucker, U. S. Navy (Retired)
January 1966
Four out of five men in the Navy will not make a career of it. But, what about that other man? Why does he stay?

Comment and Discussion

January 1966
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Book Reviews and Book List

January 1966
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Proteus—Polaris Pioneer

by Captain Lindsay C. McCarty, U. S. Navy
January 1966
At present, the USS Proteus (AS-19) is moored at Polaris Point in Apra Harbor, Guam. This is the third overseas Polaris replenishment site the Navy has established and the only ...

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