Proceedings Magazine - January 1987 Vol. 113/1/1,007

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  • Notable Naval Books of 1986
    By Lieutenant Commander Thomas J. Cutler, U. S. Navy

    Traditionally, this annual column has doted on historical works, frequently by a ratio greater than two to one. While few would contest the importance, the professional stimulus, and the nostalgic enjoyment of reviewing the past, this dominance...

  • Chivalry
    By Sir Samuel Falle

    During World War II, the Japanese were portrayed as brutal, subhuman savages—the hordes of Attila or Genghis Khan. Certainly they did terrible things, but I was fortunate enough to see something different. It is called "chivalry,...

  • Professional Notes

    Handling a Ticonderoga

    By Lieutenant Commander James Stavridis, U. S. Navy

    A new class of ship always excites a shiphandler. When the new ship is a gas turbine-powered, high-performance cruiser built on the superb...

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  • Looking Beyond the Maritime Strategy
    By Admiral Carlisle A. H. Trost, USN

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  • The War on Paper
    By Lieutenant Ralph T. Soule, USN

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  • The Maritime Strategy: The Next Step
    By F. J. West, Jr.

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  • Determinants of Military Power
    By Captain John L. Byron, USN

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  • Accountability: A View from the Bridge
    By Captain Carl H. Horst, JAGC, USN (Ret.)

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  • Rx for Contingency Medical Support
    By Captain Arthur M. Smith, MC, USNR

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  • After the Beirut Bombing
    By Commander George W. Pucciarelli, CHC, USN

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  • Close-in Battle Plan
    By Captain Don G. Palen, USN

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  • Typhoon-1944
    By Robert R. Welch

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  • Special: Strike U
    Text by Barrett Tillman, Photos by Robert L. Lawson
  • The Soviet Navy: Landing Their Landing Force
    By Norman Polmar, Editor, Guide to the Soviet Navy

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  • Nobody asked me, but … Where Did My People Go?
    By Ensign Stephen J. Kaufman, U. S. Navy

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  • World Naval Developments
    By Norman Friedman

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  • Notebook

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  • Comment and Discussion

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