Proceedings Magazine - October 1991 Vol. 117/10/1,064

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  • Where We Were
    By Clay Barrow

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  • Welcome to the Revolution
    By Captain John L. Byron, USN

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  • What If It's Peace?
    By Commander James J. Tritten, USN (Ret.)

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  • One Heck of a Fine Purchase
    By Captain C. Flack Logan, USN (Ret.)
  • One Heck of a Fine Purchase
    By Captain C. Flack Logan, USN (Ret.)

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  • The Med Remains Vital
    By Bradford Dismukes and Commander Bradd C. Hayes, USN

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  • The Sea Environment: Good News, Bad News
    By James M. Broadus

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  • Waging a War to Protect the Seas
    By Admiral J. William Kime, USCG

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  • Trouble on the Wide Common
    By Howard C. Reese

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  • Cleaning Up Our Act
    By Richard Innes and Claudia A. McMurray

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  • Pollution as Ammunition
    By Colonel Ed Badolato, USMC (Ret.)

    While coalition forces scored a stunning victory against Iraq, reducing much of Baghdad to rubble, Saddam Hussein may have the last laugh. Damage caused by oil and fire has yet to be assessed. We could have prevented it.

  • The Environment Can Ground Training
    By Commander Edmund D. Holland, USN

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  • Leadership Forum
    By Lieutenant Herbert A. Black, U.S. Coast Guard

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  • Experience: Handle with Care
    By Brigadier General M. T. Hopgood, Jr., USMC

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  • A View from the Black Hole
    By Commander Daniel J. Muir, USN

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  • Nobody Asked Me, But …
    By Lieutenant Commander Niel L. Golightly, U.S. Navy

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  • Professional Notes

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  • Special: Soviet Arctic Marine Transportation 1990
    By Captain Lawson W. Brigham, U.S. Coast Guard

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  • Book Reviews & Books of Interest

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  • The Old Navy
    By Frank B. Mormillo

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  • The Soviet Navy
    By Norman Polmar

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  • World Naval Developments
    By Norman Friedman

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  • Combat Fleets
    By A. D. Baker III

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  • Notebook

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  • Comment & Discussion

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