Proceedings Magazine - April 1975 Vol. 101/4/866

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  • Where is the Western Navy? The World Wonders
    By Cdr. H. Garde, R.D.N.

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  • Vessel Traffic Systems: A View from the Bridge
    By Frank C. Seitz, Jr.

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  • The Loss of Leadership
    By Capt. F. C. Collins, Jr., USN

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  • Suez and the Soviets
    By Shlomo Slonim

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  • "An Old Sailor Tradition"
    By W. R. Robinson

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  • Sea Control Aircraft: The Case for the Chopper
    By Lt. Cdr. R. H. Klipjgert, Jr., USN

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  • Admiral Marc Mitscher: A Naval Aviator
    By Arleigh Burke

    He spoke in a low voice and used few words. Yet, so great was his concern for his people—for their training and welfare in peacetime and their rescue in combat—that he was able to obtain their final ounce of effort and loyalty,...

  • Moment at Midway: McClusky's Decision

    The dedication, this month, of the Naval Aviation Museum at Pensacola will be the occasion for recalling the deeds and accomplishments of men and their machines, that, together, have contributed immeasurably to the strength and security of...

  • Pictorial: The United States Naval Aviation Museum: A First Look
  • "Daar Kom Die Alabama"
    By Rear Admiral B. Eiseman, United States Naval Reserve

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Book Reviews and Book List

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