Proceedings Magazine - October 1975 Vol. 101/10/872

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In the summer of 1775 the need for a Continental Navy was less urgent than that of an army, and the establishment of a navy was not discussed in Congress. Outside of that body, however,...

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  • The Birth of a Navy

    In the summer of 1775 the need for a Continental Navy was less urgent than that of an army, and the establishment of a navy was not discussed in Congress. Outside of that body, however, suggestions for a naval force were made as early as July.

  • The Fleet That Failed
    By David Syrett

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  • The Current State of Leadership in the United States Military: No Crises Here
    By Lieutenant Bruce Stuart Lemkin, U. S. Navy

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  • Convoys for our Envoys
    By Neil T. Storch

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    By Lieutenant Michael R. Adams, U. S. Coast Guard Operations Officer USCGS Steadfast (WMEC-623)

    In recent years, the Naval Academy and the Coast Guard Academy have felt compelled to push additional specialization training earlier and earlier in a man’s career in order to allow him to maximize his ability and optimize his usefulness to...


 
 

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