Proceedings Magazine - March 1978 Vol. 104/3/901

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  • Nobody Asked Me, But…A New Split for the Department Head Tour
    By Lieutenant T. J. Cutler, U. S. Navy

    Recently it has been the practice to give split-tours to many graduates of the Surface Warfare Officer School (SWOs) Department Head Course. Those selected are sent first to a destroyer-type ship and then either to a service force or amphibious...

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  • The Surface Navy: Meeting the Challenge
    By Vice Admiral James H. Doyle, Jr., USN

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  • Technology and Future Warship Design
    By Reuven Leopold

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  • Surface Reflections
    By Commander John B. Bonds, USN

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  • The Surface Navy: All Stop of All Ahead Flunk?
    By Captain Henry C. Mustin, USN

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  • Is It Time to Sink the Surface Navy?
    By William S. Lind

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  • Pictorial—United States Ship Oliver Hazard Perry
  • The Path to Command
    By Lieutenant Terrance J. McKearney, USN

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  • Where Do the Gators Go From Here?
    By Vice Admiral Frank W. Vannoy, USN (Ret.)

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  • ASW for the Amphibious Task Group
    By Lieutenant Commander William F. Mellin, Jr.. USN

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  • In the Navy's Future: The Small, Fast Surface Ship
    By Commander Ronald E. Adler, USN (Ret.)

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  • Professional Notes

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  • A Real Opportunity to Modernize
    By Captain A. M. Osborne, U. S. Navy

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  • Containerized Weapons…and Merchant Warships
    By Norman Polmar, Editor of The Ships & Aircraft of the U.S. Fleet (11th Edition)

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  • The First Step Toward SWO Qualification
    By Lieutenant Commander Charles P. Vion

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  • Seakeeping--and the SWATH Design
    By Lieutenant Commander Stephen R. Olson

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  • Tactical ASW and Ocean Acoustic Forecasting
    By Lieutenant Commander Alden B. Chace, Jr., U.S. Navy, Oceanography Department, Naval Postgraduate School, and Lieutenant George V. Galdorisi, U.S. Navy, Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light Thirty-Two

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  • FFG-7: The Concept and Design
    By Captain John D. Beecher, U.S. Navy, Guided Missile Frigate Project Manager

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  • The Navy's Newest Ship: FFG-7
    By Commander Stephen J. Duich, U.S. Navy, Commanding Officer, USS Oliver Hazard Perry (FFG-7)

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  • The LAMPShip Team
    By Lieutenant Commander R. E. Hammond, U.S. Navy, Weapons Officer, USS Spruance (DD-963) and Lieutenant Pat Tierney, U.S. Navy, Officer in Charge of Detachment Six/Air Officer, USS Spruance (DD-963)

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  • LAMPS III
    By Dan Manningham, a naval aviator who participated in the development of the Navy's first all-weather ASW helicopter tactics. He now flies DC-8s for United Airlines and is Special Features Editor for Business and Commercial Aviation

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  • Soviet Navy Progress

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  • Book Reviews and Book List

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