Proceedings Magazine - March 1975 Vol. 101/3/865

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In The Influence of Sea Power . . . , Mahan wrote movingly of the far-distant, storm-beaten Royal Navy ships, upon which France's Grand Army never looked, yet which stood between...

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  • Those Storm-Beaten Ships, Upon Which the Arab Armies Never Looked
    By Lieutenant (junior grade) F. C. Miller, U. S. Navy

    In The Influence of Sea Power . . . , Mahan wrote movingly of the far-distant, storm-beaten Royal Navy ships, upon which France's Grand Army never looked, yet which stood between Napoleon and dominion of the world So, too, did...

  • SWATH
    By Cdr. L. J. Holt, USN (Ret.)

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  • The French Navy: New Raison d’etre
    By Cdr. F. E. Brezet, FN

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  • An Act of Faith and Hope
    By David Bess

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  • Purple Does Not Refer to the Racing Colors of Wheatley Stables
    By V. Adm. Harry D. Train, II, USN

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  • Television and the War: The Small Picture
    By Lt. Cdr. K. C. Jacobsen, USN

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  • Air Warfare’s Adolescent Years, 1914- 1918
    By N.W. Emmett

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  • Lights Out for Screw-Pile Lighthouses
    By Sylvia L. Carlson

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • USS Leviathan: A Whale of a Ship
    By Frank O. Braynard

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