Proceedings Magazine - March 1988 Vol. 114/3/1,021

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  • Latin American Navies
    By Robert L. Scheina

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  • Pictorial: The Chilean Navy
    By Robert L. Scheina

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  • West European and NATO Navies
    By Norman Friedman

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  • East European Navies
    By Milan Vego

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  • Special Focus: The Bulgarian Navy
    By Milan Vego

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  • Middle Eastern, North African, and South Asian Navies
    By Michael Vlahos

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  • African Navies South of the Sahara
    By Ensign James E. Meason U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • Special Focus: Angolan Naval and Air Defenses
    By Ensign James E. Meason U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • Far Eastern Navies
    By Lieutenant Commander J. V. P. Goldrick and Lieutenant P. D. Jones, Royal Australian Navy

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  • Call to Action in the Arctic
    By Lieutenant Colonel John E. McGee, Canadian Forces

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  • Closing the Gap
    By Brigadier General P. J. Taggart, Canadian Forces

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  • Canada’s Independence at Sea
    By John D. Harbron

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  • An Armada for NATO
    By Midshipman First Class Nelson Delgado, U. S. Navy

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  • Carrier to Come

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  • The French Hunt Mines
    By Lieutenant de Vaisseau Robert L. Cogne, French Naval Reserve (Retired)

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  • Amphibious Objective: Baltic Approaches
    By Vice Admiral Helmut Kampe, German Navy (Retired)
     

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  • The Baltic Approaches
    By Vice Admiral Helmut Kampe, German Navy (Retired)

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  • Political Support for the Swedish Navy?
    By Staffan Morling

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  • To Be a Swedish Naval Officer
    By Staffan Morling
  • Royal Netherlands Mariiies Are Ready
    By Captain Herman A. van der Til, Royal Netherlands Marine Corps

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  • The Korean Naval Balance
    By Lieutenant Commander Joseph F. Bouchard, U. S. Navy

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  • History of the Korean Navies
    By Lieutenant Commander Joseph F. Bouchard, U. S. Navy

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  • Down Under White Papers
    By Thomas-Durell Young

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  • The Saudi Navy: Out of Harm’s Way
    By Lieutenant Commander Sankey Blanton, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • Comment and Discussion
  • Banking on Deterrence
    By Ashley J. Tellis
  • Book Reviews, Professional Reading & Book List
  • A Bore At Last
    By Clayton R. Barrow, Jr.
  • The Soviet View
    By Captain William H. J. Manthorpe, Jr., U. S. Navy (Retired), Former Assistant Naval Attaché to Moscow
  • Nobody asked me, but …
    By Lieutenant Colonel Brian K. Wentzell, Canadian Armed Forces (Militia)
  • The U.S. Navy
    By Norman Polmar
  • World Naval Developments
    By Norman Friedman
  • Money Matters
    By Captain Roger Granum, U. S. Navy (Retired)
  • The Caldas Incident: The View From Caracas
    By Carlos E. Hernandez Gonzales
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