Naval Maritime Events 1981

Compiled by Captain Brent Baker, U. S. Navy
May 1982
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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
May 1982
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 ...

The Iowa Class: Needed Once Again

By Howard W. Serig, Jr.
May 1982
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Soviet Strategy in the Caribbean Basin

By Dr. Jiri Valenta
May 1982
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The U.S. Navy: Selling (and Buying) Abroad

By Norman Polmar, Editor, The Ships and Aircraft of the U. S. Fleet
May 1982
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 ...

Comment and Discussion

May 1982
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