Proceedings Magazine - January 1978 Vol. 104/1/899

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Those connected with the Kitty Hawk fiasco must have thought things could not get any worse between the industry and the Navy. But they have, and today’s air is polluted with...

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  • Leadership Forum: Crisis in Leadership Training
    By Lieutenant (junior grade) David L. Evans, U.S. Navy

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  • The Breakdown in Naval Shipbuilding
    By John R. Newell

    Those connected with the Kitty Hawk fiasco must have thought things could not get any worse between the industry and the Navy. But they have, and today’s air is polluted with charges of incompetence, greed, and vanity. A former...

  • A New Kind of Navy
    By Lieutenant Commander Thomas F. Green, USN

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  • Building a Navy in a Hurry
    By Lieutenant Commander Charles R. Jones, USN

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  • Weapon Effects Primer
    By Lieutenant Commander Charles R. Jones, U. S. Navy

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  • The German High Seas Fleet: A Reappraisal
    By Cadet Jeffrey A. Romer, United States Military Academy

    Most historians believe that the German Navy was of little use in World War I and that the Germans had blundered in building it. In fact, the navy was more of an asset than generally realized.

  • Pictorial—USS Tarawa (LHA-1)
    By William M. Powers,. text by Major Anthony D. Nastri, USMC

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  • The Old Navy: A "Resolute" Reminder
    By Geoffrey Wallis

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Nobody Asked Me, But ...
    By Commander Earle R. Callahan, U.S. Navy

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  • "Fine Sea Boats . . .of No Fighting Value"
    By Captain John M. Kennaday, U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • Professional Notes

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  • Tomorrow's Fleet
    By Commander John D. Alden, U. S. Navy (Retired)
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