Proceedings Magazine - September 1974 Vol. 100/9/859

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  • The Mine Force: Where the Fleet’s Going, It’s Been
    By Cdr. R. L. Schreadley, USN (Ret.)

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  • The Stranger in the Crowd
    By Lt. Cdr. K. C. Jacobsen, USN

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  • "Long Has It Waved on High"
    By Ensign B.W. Norris, U.S. Coast Guard Reserve, and T.R. Strobridge

    It has flown over every continent and on every ocean in the world. It has fluttered in every conflict of the United States ranging from the quasi-war with France in the late 18th century to the recent conflict in Vietnam. In the 175 years of its...

  • Naval Research: The Brain Game
    By Rear Adm. C. O. Holmquist, USN (Ret.)

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

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  • Catapult Off—Parachute Back
    By Capt. James E. Wise, Jr., USN

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  • The Old Navy: Monitors 'Round Cape Horn
    By Commander John D. Alden, U. S. Navy (Retired)

    While the United States was engaged in the Civil War, several European powers took advantage of the situation to extend their spheres of influence in Latin America. France installed the puppet Emperor Maximilian in Mexico, Spain launched punitive...

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