Proceedings Magazine - December 1984 110/12/982 Sea Link Supplement

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  • Too Light on Lasers?
    By Captain Alfred Skolnick, USN (Ret.)

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  • Planning For U. S. Security lnterests
    By Collin S. Gray

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  • The Computer Gap
    By Lieutenant Commander Mark T. Brown, USN

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  • Plan Orange Revisited
    By Commander Michael W. Shelton, CEC, USN

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  • I Was A Yeomanette
    By Lou MacPherson Guthrie
  • Womanpower in World War I
    By Susan H. Godson
  • Safeguarding the Sitting Ducks
    By Lieutenant Commander T. J. McKearney, USN

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  • The Old Navy: The Wright Stuff
    By Captain Theodore F. Davis, U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • Pictorial: Thar She Still Blows
    By Norman Polmar

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  • Leadership Forum: Lucy and Linus in the Wardroom
    By Lieutenant Christopher I. Xenakis, Chaplain Corps, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • Nobody asked me, but …
    By Rear Admiral Warren E. Aut, U. S. Navy

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  • Nobody asked me either, but …
    By Captain S. J. Minturn, U. S. Marine Corps

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  • Nobody asked me either, but …
    By Lieutenant Commander T. M. Oliver, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • As I Recall...Z-Grams and the Mod Squad
    By Captain Howard J. Kerr, Jr., U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • Book Reviews, Professional Reading & Book List

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  • Professional Notes

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  • Special: Tragedy of a Tall Ship
    By Rear Admiral William J. Kotsch, U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • Politics and Sea Power
    By Captain James A. Barber, Jr., Captain, U. S. Navy (Retired)

    For most of the 300 delegates from NATO’s 16 nations who came together in Annapolis during the week of 12 June 1984 to attend Sea Link 84, it was an exciting time. Tension in the Persian Gulf and a disquieting Soviet naval...

  • Biographies of Authors

    Joseph Marie Antoine Hubert Luns, who retired as Secretary General of NATO in June 1984, entered the Foreign Service of the Netherlands in 1938 and during World War II served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands...

  • Sea Power and NATO
    By Joseph Luns

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  • Economic Impacts on the Alliance
    By Gerrit A. Wagner

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  • Sea Power and Security
    By General Andrew J. Goodpaster, U. S. Army (Retired)

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  • The Atlantic: The Linchpin
    By Ambassador John G. H. Halstead

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  • The Soviet Threat
    By Ambassador Han-Georg Wieck

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  • The Cracks in the Alliance
    By the Right Honourable The Lord Chalfont

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  • Technology and Strategy
    By Admiral Bobby R. Inman, U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • The Middle East Turmoil
    By Jacob Hen-Tov

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  • Effective, Efficient Sea Power
    By Admiral Wesley L. McDonald, U. S. Navy

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