Proceedings Magazine - June 1967 Vol. 93/6/772

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On the morning of 17 January 1966, a b-52 bomber collided with a kc-135 tanker aircraft while refueling over the southeast coast of Spain. The two planes exploded and the wreckage fell in a fiery...

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    By Capt. Lewis B. Melson, U. S. Navy

    On the morning of 17 January 1966, a b-52 bomber collided with a kc-135 tanker aircraft while refueling over the southeast coast of Spain. The two planes exploded and the wreckage fell in a fiery fury in the vicinity of the seacoast town of...

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    by Joseph I. Coffey

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    by Capt. O. P. Araldsen, RNA

    "Mother Russia” was vitally concerned about her northern neighbors even before there was a Soviet Union. In September 1916, the Imperial Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced in a note that all land—undiscovered as well...

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    by Capt. James C. Longino, USN

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    By Lieutenant Commander Thomas E. Powers, U. S. Naval Reserve

    A sophisticated reader would reject as absurd a work of fiction the plot of which hinged on circumstances and events similar to those surrounding the Battle of Midway. He doubtless would dismiss the story as too contrived, too bizarre to have...

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    by Lt. Cdr. Gordon V. Brown, USNR

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    by Lt. C. E. Giese, Jr., USN

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