Proceedings Magazine - May 1978 Vol. 104/5/903

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1 July According to the Maritime Administration, there are 553 vessels of 1,000 tons or over in the active oceangoing merchant fleet as of this date. There is no change in active...

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  • Naval and Maritime Events, July 1977-December 1977
    Compiled by Commander Brent Baker, U. S. Navy

    1 July According to the Maritime Administration, there are 553 vessels of 1,000 tons or over in the active oceangoing merchant fleet as of this date. There is no change in active vessels and an increase of 1 inactive vessel as...

  • Naval Warfare Since 1945
    By Jurgen Rohwer translated by Christine Ulrich

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  • Surprise in Naval Warfare
    By Captain Frank Andrews, U. S. Navy (Retired) and Captain Charles E. Woods, U.S. Navy (Retired)

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  • Sea-Based "Strategic" Weapons for the 1980s and Beyond
    By Norman Polmar and Captain D. A. Paolucci, U.S. Navy (Retired)

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  • Soviet Naval Strategy, 1968-1978: A Reexamination
    By Lieutenant Commander James T. Westwood, U. S. Navy

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  • The lnfluence of Being Russian on the Officers and Men of the Soviet Navy
    By Captain William H.]. Manthorpe, Jr., U. S. Navy

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  • Background for the Future of the U. S. Naval Reserve
    By James H. Hessman

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  • The Most Bitter Winter
    By Captain Lawrence A. White, U. S. Coast Guard

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  • Service Unification: Arena of Fears, Hopes, and lronies
    By Lawrence Korb

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  • The Persian Gulf: Central or Peripheral to United States Strategy?
    By Vice Admiral William]. Crowe, U. S. Navy

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  • Flag and General Officers of the Naval Services
  • Naval and Maritime Events, January 1977-- June 1977
  • Book Reviews and Book List

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