Proceedings Magazine - May 1982 Vol. 108/5/951

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  • Naval Maritime Events 1981
    Compiled by Captain Brent Baker, U. S. Navy

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  • Conventional Aerial Bombing and the Law of War
    By W. Hays Parks

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  • U.S. and Soviet Ship Design Practices, 1950-1980
    By Captain James W. Kehoe, U. S. Navy (Retired), Kenneth S. Brower, and Herbert A. Meier

    The Soviet cruiser Kirov, seen on the opposite page, is yet another in a series of formidable-looking Soviet surface warships which have been built during the past three decades. To design and construct the...

  • The Iowa Class: Needed Once Again
    By Howard W. Serig, Jr.

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  • Weather and Darkness in Contemporary Naval Operations
    By Commander Linton Wells II, U. S. Navy

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  • Soviet Strategy in the Caribbean Basin
    By Dr. Jiri Valenta

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  • Hip Boots or Blue Water? An Examination of the U.S. Coast Guard and its Future
    By Captain Robert G. Moore, U. S. Coast Guard

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  • Counting the 600-Ship Navy
    By Captain Brent Baker, U. S. Navy
  • The U.S. Navy: Selling (and Buying) Abroad
    By Norman Polmar, Editor, The Ships and Aircraft of the U. S. Fleet

    Beginning in World War II, the United States has provided warships to a number of allied nations. A cruiser, 37 escort carriers, 50 destroyers, 9 submarines, and hundreds of frigates (DE and PF types),...

  • Force Summary, U. S. Navy and U. S. Marine Corps

    FISCAL YEARS

    1968

    1972

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  • Personnel and Weapons Summary, USN and USMC

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  • Flag and General Oflicers of the Naval Services

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  • Comment and Discussion

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