Proceedings Magazine - January 1975 Vol. 101/1/863

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As the Navy’s three nuclear-powered surface ships, right, cruised in the Mediterranean during their 30,000-mile circumnavigation in August 1964, they were clearly tomorrow’s...

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  • Nuclear Warships and the Navy’s Future
    By Admiral H. G. Rickover, U. S. Navy

    As the Navy’s three nuclear-powered surface ships, right, cruised in the Mediterranean during their 30,000-mile circumnavigation in August 1964, they were clearly tomorrow’s warships. But tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow have...

  • The New Military Professional
    By Lt. Col. W., L. Jesse, USMC (Rel.)

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  • The Next War: A Prescription
    By Rear Adm. B. Eiseman, USNR

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  • Logistics Support for Embarked Aviation
    By Lt. Col. John B. Kusewitt, Jr., USA (Rel.)

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  • NATO's Southern Region: Problems and Prospects
    By Adm. Means Johnston, Jr., USN

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  • "Away the Prize Crew"
    By Commander A. R. Larzelere, U. S. Coast Guard

    Smuggling, the very crime which had caused the creation of the Revenue Marine, forerunner of the Coast Guard, was what the two-man crew of the Gilma I were charged with. Yet, as the forlorn little lobster boat, right, chugged back to...

  • Affair of Honor
    By Captain Edgar K. Thompson, USN (Retired)

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  • Young Officers and Leadership
    By Arleigh Burke

    Of all the many factors that go into producing success in a naval battle, the most important is the leadership of the commander.

    Regardless of the old shibboleth, leaders are not born—they are developed. Some people have more...

  • Pictorial: Underway with Chiang’s Navy
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