Proceedings Magazine - November 1971 Vol. 97/11/825

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Under Hawaii’s sunny skies, the Secretary of the Navy and the Commandant of the Fourteenth Naval District reflect the Service’s grave concern as they offer their personal support to...

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  • Drug Abuse: Out in the Open
    By Cdr. Herbert T. Woolley, (JAGC), USN, and Lt. Cdr. Lee H. Beecher, (MC), USNR

    Under Hawaii’s sunny skies, the Secretary of the Navy and the Commandant of the Fourteenth Naval District reflect the Service’s grave concern as they offer their personal support to young Navy men—experimenters, users, and...

  • At Sea—Where We Belong
    By Maj. Robert C. McFarlane, USMC

    Since World War II, the United States has created and expanded a worldwide base structure manned by air and ground forces designed to support America’s international commitments. The time has come, however, when the...

  • The Eagle and the ’Roo: American Fleets in Australian Waters
    By John Hammond Moore

    During the opening decades of this century large groups of U. S. warships made ceremonial visits to Australia on three occasions—1908, 1925, and 1941.

  • From Simonstown to Singapore
    By Lawrence Griswold

    In the Indian Ocean, as things now stand, the Russian Navy is well in the lead. It is a very new navy and its leaders have learned that no great number of warships is needed to control an ocean. A nation needs only enough to control the...

  • Naval Reserve: Hawaii 4.0
    By Capt. Harvey H. Meeker, Jr., USNR

    “Any view that the Naval Reserve will be useful only on and after M-Day is archaic. Our ready Reserve represents not only Fleet-trained manpower, but a wealth of diverse expertise which cannot be purchased. Those resources...

  • Pictorial-Seagoing Marines
  • The Old Navy: They Landed to Lower the Flag
    By Bernard C. Nalty and Truman R. Strobridge

    “Any resistance will be met by force,” snapped the Marine lieutenant. While two civilians glared angrily, a sergeant and two privates strode to the flagpole and began lowering the colors. The flag was the Stars and Stripes, the...

  • Comment and Discussion

    “Sundowner Par Excellence”

    (See J. J. Clark, pp. 54-59, June 1971 Proceedings)

    Commander Ralph E. Patterson, U. S. Navy (Retired)—Admiral “Jocko” Clark was a...

  • Book Reviews and Book List

    Aircraft and Sea Power

    Vice Adm. Sir Arthur Hezlet. New York: Stein and Day, 1970. 370 pp. Illus. $15.00.

    Reviewed by Richard K. Smith

  • Professional Notes

    Back From the Bottom

    By Lieutenant Commander Malcolm C. Bartels, U. S. Navy, Officer-in-Charge, Bathyscaph Trieste II and White Sands (ARD-20)

    On 12 January 1944, Ensign Robert T. Thomas, U. S....

  • Notebook

    Soviet Fleet Strength Concerns U. S. Seventh Fleet Commander

    (Kim Willenson in The Jersey Journal, 9 September 1971)

    Even though he took his flagship close to the demilitarized zone (DMZ) a few days ago to...

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