Proceedings Magazine - September 1977 Vol. 103/9/895

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  • Comment and Discussion

    "The Most Enjoyable Non-Career-Enhancing Billet in the Navy"

    (See R. A. Fliegel, pp. 40-49, June 1977 Proceedings)...

  • Freedom of the Press or Treason?
    By Grant Sanger, M. D.

    On 7 June 1942, The Chicago Tribune published an article entitled "Navy Had Word of Jap Plan to Strike at Sea." Identical articles, with different headlines, appeared the same day in the...

  • The Old Navy: Confederate Submarines
    By Captain George Hagerman, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    During its short life, the Navy of the Confederacy was responsible for innovations in naval warfare that have affected all the navies of the world. The ironclad CSS Virginia (Merrimac) and the “torpedoes” that caused...

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  • The Transition to V/STOL
    By Admiral James L. Holloway III, USN

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  • 1947—A Very Good Year
    By Rear Admiral David L. Martineau, USN (Ret.)

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  • Petroleum Imports and National Security
    By Thomas S. Wyman

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  • The New Central Front
    By Timothy E. Descheneau

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  • A Memory of Ships
    By Captain Harvey S. Haislip, USN (Ret.)

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  • Pictorial—Historical Naval Ships Assn. of North America
  • Leadership Forum

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  • Nobody Asked Me, But ...

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  • Book Reviews and Book List

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  • Professional Notes

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