Proceedings Magazine - May 1975 Vol. 101/5/867

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  • Preface
  • Biographies of Authors
  • Naval and Maritime Events, January 1974-June 1974
    By Cdr. J. B. Finkelstein, USN

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  • Our Merchant Mariners and Their Unions
    By Everett P. Lunsford, Jr.

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  • The Projection of Power by Air
    By Col. A. P. Sights, Jr., USAF (Ret.)

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  • The Marines: Now and in the Future
    By Brig. Gen. Edwin H. Simmons, USMC (Ret.)

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  • The Effect of Public Opinion on National Security Policy
    By Cdr. Don Scovel, USN

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  • The Education and Training of Naval Officers: An Investment in the Future
    By Dr. William L. Maloy

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  • Should the Navy Design its Own Ships?
    By Reuven Leopold

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  • The Fourth Coast: Five Lakes and Five Rivers
    By Oliver Burnham

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  • The East China and Yellow Seas
    By Capt. John T Dewenter, USN

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  • The Ships of the U. S.-Flag Intermodal Fleet
    By Bernadine Kopec

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  • Flag and General Officers of the Naval Services

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  • Naval and Maritime Events, July 1974-December 1974
    By Cdr. J. B. Finkelstein, USN

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  • Summary of Major Naval, Maritime, and Military Forces
  • Merchant Shipping Data
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