Proceedings Magazine - October 1974 Vol. 100/10/860

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This is the story of three submarines, the first Greek and the other two Turkish. For the last ten or twelve years of the last century they may have been the only submarines with any military...

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  • The Sultan's Submarines
    By V. Lansing Collins

    This is the story of three submarines, the first Greek and the other two Turkish. For the last ten or twelve years of the last century they may have been the only submarines with any military potential though, admittedly, the first had very...

  • "Blackbeard!"
    By I. Ross

    In the second decade of the 18th century, a man of extraordinary violence and brutality terrorized the colonies of Carolina and Virginia. Born in the English port of Bristol, reputedly the son of dissolute parents whose grogshop specialized in...

  • Command and Control: Changeless—Yet Changing
    By Rear Adm. Donald T. Poe, USN

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  • V/STOL: Stalled?
    By R. M. Braybrook

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  • P.W.
    By Lieutenant Commander George T. Coker, U.S. Navy

    Seizing and holding prisoners for ransom has long been an unpleasant by-product of warfare. Treatment of prisoners in confinement and the terms of the ransom have often assumed major importance in the final outcome of the war. The P.W. issue in...

  • The Military and Politics
    By Maj. H. J. Sage, USMC

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

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  • Last of the Four Pipers?
    By Captain William H. Langenberg, U. S. Naval Reserve (Retired)

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  • ATTITUDES: the Secret of Superperformers

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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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