Proceedings Magazine - December 1992 Vol. 118/12/1,078

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  • Commentary: Maintaining Our Relevancy
    By Admiral J. William Kime, USCG

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  • Comment & Discussion

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  • What Men or Gods Are These?
    By Captain John L. Byron, USN

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  • Voices from the Central Blue
    By Commander William J. Luti, USN

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  • Navigators in the 1490s
    By Commander Bruce A. Castleman, USN

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  • Why No Gays?
    By Commander Eugene T. Gomulka, Chaplain Corps, USN

    Amidst a chorus of voices calling for change, the armed services have maintained their position that homosexuality is incompatible with military service. Maintaining morale, discipline, and personal privacy rights in the uniquely...

  • Interviews With The Honorable Andrew Card, Secretary of Transportation
    By The Honorable Andrew Card

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  • Tragedy at Valdez
    By Captain William B. Hayler, USN (Ret.)

    The sequence of events for the 24 hours before the grounding of the Exxon Valdez is quite easy to reconstruct. The ship arrived in Valdez shortly after midnight on 23 March 1989, and was alongside the terminal less than 24 hours before getting-...

  • Vessel Manning and the Oil Pollution Act of 1990
    By Captain Patrick J. Modic, USMM

    Three out of every four barrels of oil spilled at sea will never be recovered, even under the most favorable conditions and despite all that has been written about spill-response contingency planning and the August 1993 deadline for compliance....

  • Crude Model . . . Slick Results
    By Commander Peter C. Olsen, USCGR, and Commander Wayne R. Hamilton, USCG

    The Exxon Valdez grounding on Bligh Reef on 24 March 1989 created a political disturbance whose effects rippled far wider than did the oil in Prince William Sound. The sheer magnitude of the spill and the uncertainty about Exxon’s ability...

  • One Organization that Works for Everyone
    By Gerard P. Yoest
  • Woe Is the Saint Lawrence Seaway
    By Steve Dinnen

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  • We Deliver
    By Commander William F. Readdy, USNR

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  • Forgotten Strategy, Forgotten Ships
    By Winn B. Frank

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  • The Coast Guard Reserve: Ready for What?
    By Lieutenant Commander Alan Brown, USCGR

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  • Finding a New Niche
    By Lieutenant Timothy A. Cook, USCG

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  • A New Course for Marine Safety
    By Lieutenant (junior grade) Randall A. Barnabee, USCG

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  • Answering the Call
    By Captain Carmond C. Fitzgerald, USCG, and Captain John R. Olson, USCGR

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  • Nobody asked me, but: Should the Coast Guard Stay in the Icebreaking Business?
    By Rear Admiral Norman C. Venzke, USCG (Ret.)
  • TQL Forum: Is TQM . . . ?
    By Rear Admiral W. T. Leland, USCG

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  • Professional Notes

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  • SAR Exchange
    By Lieutenant Rudy T. Holm, USCG

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  • Book Reviews & Books of Interest

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  • The Republic View
    By Commander George F. Kraus, Jr., U.S. Navy (Retired)

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  • The U.S. 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, Editor, Combat Fleets of the World

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  • Notebook

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  • Advertisements

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