Proceedings Magazine - August 1968 Vol. 94/8/786

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  • The Mystique of Command Presence
    by Capt. R. E. Stivers, USNR

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  • " . . . and a few Marines"
    By Lieutenant Colonel William G. Leftwich, Jr., U.S. Marine Corps

    The foreign officer in the unfamiliar uniform stood before the ill-equipped soldiery and, lacking a facility in the mother tongue of the troops, he took a weapon in hand and painstakingly demonstrated each of the movements he sought to convey....

  • Poseidon and Minuteman
    by Capt. Dominic A. Paolucci, USN

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  • Moonlighting Toward a Master’s
    by Lt. T. W. Goad, U

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  • "For Sugar Boats or Submarines?"
    by Lt. Gen. Masatake Okumiya, JASDF (Rel

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  • The Challenge of the Challenger
    by Edward H. Shenton

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  • A Hat in the Ring
    By Captain Ben W. Blee, U. S. Navy

    At first, most of the audience concentrated ft on the preliminary pageantry in the bullring, showing a polite indifference to the hundreds of blue-uniformed, white-hatted American sailors who were picking their way upward through the crowd. For...

  • Pictorial—Remembrance of My Cruise
    by Charles A. Focht

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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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  • USS Tecumseh: Treasure in Mobile Bay
    by James Stokesberry

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