Proceedings Magazine - August 1988 Vol. 114/8/1,026

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  • Special Report: The Morning of the Empty Trenches
    By Admiral C. A. H. Trost, USN

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • Readying the Surface Navy
    By Lieutenant L. P. James, USN

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  • Interview With Lieutenant General Charles H. Pitman, USMC
    Lieutenant General Charles H. Pitman, USMC

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  • Nuclear Weapons at Sea
    By Captain Linton F. Brooks, USN, and Franklin C. Miller

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  • All Hands for One
    By Major R. S. Shelton, USMC

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  • Pictorial—The ‘Old Man’ and the Eagle
    By Captain William K. Earle, USCG (Ret.)

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  • How’s the Strategy Playing with the Allies?
    By James A. Nathan

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  • Crisis at the Turkish Straits
    By Charles Maechling, Jr.

    Sometime next year, the Soviets’ new 70,000-ton aircraft carrier Tbilisi will complete trials in the Black Sea and attempt to transit the Turkish Straits. This prospect presents a dilemma to the signatories to the 1936 Montreux...

  • The Soviet Navy: The New Carrier
    By Norman Polmar, Editor, Guide to the Soviet Navy

    The Soviet Navy’s first full-deck aircraft carrier, the Tbilisi (formerly called the Leonid Brezhnev), is in the late stages of fitting out at the Black Sea Shipyard in Nikolayev and is expected to begin...

  • Leadership Forum
    By Lieutenant John T. Goree III, U. S. Navy

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  • We Need More Warning
    By Lieutenant Kurt R. Newman, USNR

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  • Nobody asked me, but …
    By Captain J. A. Nuernberger, U. S. Navy

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  • Nobody asked me either, but...
    By Midshipman First Class Stephanie Schollaert, U. S. Navy

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  • Professional Notes

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  • Book Reviews, Professional Reading & Book List

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  • Money Matters
    By Captain Roger Granum, U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • World Naval Developments
    By Norman Friedman

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  • Notebook

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  • Advertisements

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