Proceedings Magazine - January 1967 Vol. 93/1/767

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  • The North Sea
    by Rear Adm. W. Langeraar, RNN

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  • Damage Control Ready or Not!
    by Cdr. P. C. Simon, USN

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  • Hitler's Flattop—The End of the Beginning
    By Clark G. Reynolds

    Adolf Hitler understood the significance of navies and air forces; but he had great difficulty grasping the two concepts when they were combined as naval aviation. In particular, his erratic flashes of perceptive genius were constantly short-...

  • The Career Dilemma of the Naval Reserve Surface Line Officer
    by Lt. David L. Woods, USNR

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  • Postgraduate Education and Promotion: A Significant Relationship
    by Capt. D. A. Paolucci, USN and Lt. Cdr. F. I. Collins, Jr., USN

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  • Every Man's Task Force
    by Rear Adm. James Clair Shaw, USN (Ret.)

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  • The Merchant Marine: Subsidies and Competition
    by John J. Clark and Margaret T. Norton

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  • Pictorial—Naval and Maritime Exhibits in Washington, D.C
    Photography 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 U. S. Navy in 1842 As Seen by a Britisher
    by John Silk Buckingham

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