Proceedings Magazine - February 1969 Vol. 95/2/792

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  • The Military in the Free Society
    "by Col. S. H. Hays, USA, and Lt. Col. Thomas A. Rehm, USA"

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  • A Master's Degree Program for Student Naval Aviators
    by Rear Adm. D. H. Guinn, USN

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  • Space Oceanography, The Logical Paradox
    by Cdr. Don Walsh, USN

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  • The Newsman in Vietnam
    by Lt. Cdr. Ralph Blanchard, USN

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  • Our Russian War of 1918-1919
    by Rear Adm. Kemp Tolley, USN (Ret.)

    An elderly locomotive towing several flat cars lurched and clattered down a single-track Russian railroad, showers of sparks shooting from its conical stack. On each side of the right of way, a dense forest of pine and birch formed a green wall...

  • Finnish Icebreakers
    by Christian Landtman

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  • Mission to Murmansk
    by Lt. Chester V. Jackson, USN (Ret.)

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  • Pictorial—They Sailed the Skies
    by Lt. J. Gordon Vaeth, USNR (Ret.)

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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 First Time
    by Jack B. Hilliard and Richard A. Long

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