Proceedings Magazine - May 1973 Vol. 99/5/843

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Some American writers look upon the Arctic Ocean, those waters north of the Arctic Circle, as a buffer between America and the Soviet Union, with both nations having similar minor strategic...

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  • Soviet Strategic Interest in the Maritime Arctic
    By Captain Gerald E. Synhorst, U.S. Navy

    Some American writers look upon the Arctic Ocean, those waters north of the Arctic Circle, as a buffer between America and the Soviet Union, with both nations having similar minor strategic interests in the area. In fact, however, control of the...

  • Preface

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  • Biographies of Authors

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  • Naval and Maritime Events, January 1972-June 1972
    By Lt. Cdr. J. B. Finkelstein, USN

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  • The Soviet Naval High Command
    By John Erickson

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  • A Strategic Analysis of the Eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea
    By Vice Adm. Constantine Margaritis, Hellenic Navy

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  • Latin America-An Assessment of U. S. Strategic Interests
    By Capt. Raymond A. Komorowski, USN

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  • The Indo-Pakistani War and the Changing Balance of Power in the Indian Ocean
    By Lt. Cdr. Ravi Kaul, Indian Navy (Ret.)

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  • Marine Corps Operations in Vietnam, 1969-1972
    By Brigadier General Edwin H. Simmons, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)

    On 30 April 1971, at Camp Pendleton, California, more than six years after the first ground combat Marines landed at Da Nang, the President of the United States welcomed home members of the 1st Marine Division on the Division’s "...

  • Dangerous and Exotic Cargoes
    By Lt. Cdr. Hugh D. Williams, USCG

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  • Small Combatants—1973
    By Arthur Davidson Baker, III

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  • The Coast Guard in the Central and Western Pacific
    By Rear Adm. James W. Moreau, USCG

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  • The Sea, 1967-1972
    By Rear Adm. John D. Hayes, USN (Ret.)

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  • Flag and General Officers of the Naval Services

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  • Naval and Maritime Events, July 1972-December 1972
    By Lt. Cdr. J. B. Finkelstein, USN

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  • Summary of Major Naval, Maritime, and Military Forces

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