Proceedings Magazine - July 1975 Vol. 101/7/869

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As newly-commissioned ensigns, all officers start with a clean slate. Some will develop into better leaders than others-through their ability to set an example, take care of their men, and get...

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  • A Framework for Naval Leadership
    By Lieutenant Michael R. Svendsen, U. S. Navy

    As newly-commissioned ensigns, all officers start with a clean slate. Some will develop into better leaders than others-through their ability to set an example, take care of their men, and get the job done. Fitness reports tell many things...

  • The Trend in Naval Power: A Crisis of Resolve
    By Norman L. Stone

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  • The Fishing Fleet in Soviet National Strategy
    By Richard T. Ackley

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  • Mine Countcrmeasures: Who’s Fooling Whom?
    By Lt. J. M. McCoy, USN

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  • The Naval Officer as Educator
    By CWO J. M. Lord, USN
  • Alcantara vs. Greif: Duel of the Merchant Cruisers
    By Cdr. Francis Poole, RCNR (Rel.)

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  • Pictorial: USS Newport News The Last Heavy Cruiser
  • Early Days of the Telephone at The U. S. Naval Academy
    By Walter Aamold

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Book Reviews and Book List

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  • "Finest Ships" or "Not Worth a Damn"?
    By Captain John M. Kennaday, U. S. Navy (Retired)

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