Notable Naval Books of 1985

By Lieutenant Commander Thomas J. Cutler, U. S. Navy
January 1986
The venerable Scottish historian, Thomas Carlyle, wrote that "the history of the world is but the biography of great men." The study of naval history often ratifies Carlyle's assertion because ...

Comment and Discussion

By Captain T. A. Fitzgerald, USN
January 1986
Comment and Discussion Contents: The Achilles’ Heel Equal Rights, Equal Risks Northern Flank Maritime Offensive Helicopters: To Arms! To Arms! Satellite Vulnerability Is That All There Is? “The Achilles’ Heel” ...

Blitzkrieg at Sea

By Vice Admiral Gerald E. Miller, USN (Ret.)
January 1986
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Who Needs Arms Control?

By Colonel Richard L. Upchurch, USMC (Ret.)
January 1986
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Life in the Armored Cruisers

By Colonel Richard L. Upchurch, USMC (Ret.)
January 1986
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Countering Terrorism, Part I

By Lieutenant Commander Douglas S. Derrer, MSC, USNR
January 1986
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Wearing the ‘Red Rope’

By Chief Petty Officer Ray CoIvard, USN (Ret.)
January 1986
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Righting the Atlantic Tilt

By Lieutenant Commander Joseph A. Sestak, Jr., USN
January 1986
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Sealab: Unfinished Legacy

By Dennis Chamberland
January 1986
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Special: Footprints in the Sand

By Carl La VO
January 1986
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Pictorial: NAS Pensacola

By Senior Chief Journalist Kirby Harrison, U. S. Navy
January 1986
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The Soviet Navy: The Submarine Enigmas

By Norman Polmar
January 1986
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Nobody asked me, but …

By Commander Richard H. Purnell, U. S. Naval Reserve
January 1986
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Notebook

January 1986
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The Real Reformers

By Admiral James D. Watkins, U. S. Navy
January 1986
The development and application of maritime strategy profoundly affect today’s Navy in many ways. Perhaps the most important of these is the way in which our revitalized emphasis on strategy ...

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