Proceedings Magazine - July 1973 Vol. 99/7/845

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Prize Essay 1973, First Honorable Mention

Question: In committing its ground forces to achieve the objective toward which it reached in Vietnam, did the United States exceed...

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  • The Lesson of Vietnam
    By Captain John E. Greenbacker, U. S. Navy (Retired)

    Prize Essay 1973, First Honorable Mention

    Question: In committing its ground forces to achieve the objective toward which it reached in Vietnam, did the United States exceed its grasp?

  • Youth and the U. S. Navy
    By Clark G. Reynolds

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  • Marine Helicopters: Stunted Growth
    By Maj. Jac D. Watson, USMC

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  • An Interview with John T. Mason, Jr., Director of Oral History at the U. S. Naval Institute

    Q. Dr. Mason, the Naval Institute established an Office of Oral History in March 1969, with you as its Director Having been affiliated with Columbia University’s Oral History program before coming here, has your approach to Oral History...

  • Stability in the Persian Gulf
    By Col. Victor J. Croizat, USMC (Ret.)

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  • P.R.—". . . As Others See Us"
    By Cdr. Joseph M. Palmer, Royal Navy (Rat.)

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  • Incident in the Nanpo Shoto
    By Rear Adm. Bruce McCandless, USN (Ret)

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  • Caribbean Convoy
    By Harlan Soeten

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Book Reviews and Book List

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  • Professional Notes

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  • Notebook

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