Proceedings Magazine - July 1974 Vol. 100/7/857

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In March 1943, the USS Shaw (DD-373) entered Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard for damage repairs. Shortly after return of the first leave party from the Mainland, I was censoring the outgoing...

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  • "Have You Seen Chester?"
    By Capt. Bernard A. Lienhard, USN (Ret.)

    In March 1943, the USS Shaw (DD-373) entered Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard for damage repairs. Shortly after return of the first leave party from the Mainland, I was censoring the outgoing mail of my division when I came across an envelope...

  • On Hugging a Bear, Take Care
    By Capt. S. A. Swarztrauber, USN

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  • The Politics of Oil in the Wake of Yom Kippur
    By Lieutenant W. L. Dowdy III, U. S. Naval Reserve

    During the months leading up to last October's Middle East war, spokesmen in both the private and public sectors of this country periodically sounded warnings of impending energy shortages, punctuated by scattered manifestations such as...

  • Design for Change: Present and Future
    By Cdr. J. V. Jolliff, USN and G. D. Kerr

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  • Skimmer Ops
    By Lieutenant J. F. Ebersole, U. S. Coast Guard

    From the time of their arrival in Vietnamese waters in July 1965, the primary mission of the 82-foot patrol boats (WPBs) of Coast Guard Squadron One was to prevent enemy infiltration by sea. Serving as part of the U.S. Navy's "Market...

  • The Military and the Media
    By Cdr. Jack M. White, USN

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  • Navies in War and In Peace
    By Admiral of the Fleet S. G. Gorshkov, SN

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  • Battle of the Philippine Sea
    By Cdr. T. B. Buell, USN

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  • TransPlanted Torpedoman
    by Frank H. Winter

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  • Book Reviews and Book List

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Professional Notes

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  • Notebook

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