Proceedings Magazine - February 1967 Vol. 93/2/768

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  • Three-Mile Limit—Obsolete Concept?
    by Capt. Geoffrey E. Carlisle, USN

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  • The Valor of Inexperience
    By Captain Harvey Haislip, U. S. Navy (Retired)

    In mid-December 1916, the USS H-3 had gone aground on the California coast. All efforts to free the stranded submarine with tugs had failed. Now, the 10,OOO-ton cruiser Milwaukee was on the scene. The surf...

  • The Mine as a Tool of Limited War
    By Commander J. A. Meacham, U. S. Navy

    We may never have a nuclear war. We shall surely have other kinds, however. These may range in size and intensity from small police actions to full-fledged wars similar to those of the past and “limited” only in the sense that atomic...

  • The Mediterranean-Bridge or Barrier?
    by I. William Zartman

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  • The Uncertain Image
    by Maj. Reginald Hargreaves, British Army

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  • A New Course for the NROTC
    by Midn. Frederick Bopp, III, USNR

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  • The Long, Hard Climb to Professionalism
    by Lt. Col. Carl M. Goetz°, USA

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  • (Pictorial) The United States Naval Academy
  • 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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  • Captain David Porter: Pioneer Pacific Strategist
    By W. Patrick Strauss

    Occasionally in the history of the U. S. Navy certain officers have stood apart from their contemporaries for reasons other than their abilities on the quarterdeck or in corresponding naval activities. These men were important because of a...

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