Proceedings Magazine - February 1970 Vol. 96/2/804

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The events of the past three weeks have caused shock and disbelief. Despite a consciousness that the continuing presence of U. S. forces in South Vietnam could lead to a resumption of hostilities...

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    By Rear Adm. Worth H. Bagley, USN

    The events of the past three weeks have caused shock and disbelief. Despite a consciousness that the continuing presence of U. S. forces in South Vietnam could lead to a resumption of hostilities by the other side, there had grown within our...

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    In an age when, rightly or wrongly, many see the specter of nuclear annihilation lurking behind every military action, however trivial, arms control has become an inescapable fact of political life, and strategic thinking that neglects the facts...

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    By Robert McClintock

    Millions of television viewers around the world must have seen above the head of President Richard M. Nixon, as he was sworn into office on 20 January 1969, three allegorical figures on the pediment of the Capitol. These figures, sculptured...

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    By Maj. W. Geoffrey Moore, 0.B.E., D.S.C.

    At the amphibious operations in Sicily and...

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    By Maj. John Alger, AUS (Ret.)

    In 1946, the U. S. armed forces were...

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    By Lieutenant Commander M. D. Giambattista, U. S. Navy
  • Comment and Discussion

    “Effective Writing, Navy or Civilian”

    (See C. Blair, pp. 131-134, July; and p. 110, December 1968; pp. 116-117, February; pp. 113-114, April; and pp. 105-106, July 1969 PROCEEDINGS)

    Commander Roger C....

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    This html article is produced from an uncorrected text file through optical character recognition. Prior to 1940 articles all text has been corrected, but from 1940 to the present most still remain uncorrected.  Artifacts of the scans...

  • Professional Notes, Notebook and Progress

    Words, Words, Words

    By Lieutenant George W. Reiger, former Chief Naval Representative at the Paris Peace Talks.

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