Proceedings Magazine - October 1994 Vol. 120/10/1,100

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  • Professional Notes

    Handling the Arleigh Burkes

    By Commander James Stavridis, U.S. Navy

    The USS Arleigh Burke (DDG-51), lead ship of her class, has completed her maiden deployment, and the USS Barry (DDG-52...

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  • Commentary: Striking Out in the Joint Arena
    By C. E. Myers, Jr.

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  • Commentary: Haiti Becomes a Turning Point
    By LGEN John H. Cushman, USA (Ret.)

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  • Comment and Discussion

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  • …50 Years Ago: Leyte Gulf
    By Jack Sweetman

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  • Capstone Essay: Upset at Tishomingo
    By Second Lieutenant Wesley A. Philbeck, USMC

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  • Capstone Essay: Mine Warfare and Submarines
    By Ensign Jim Crimmins, USN

    On 5 August 1864 at Mobile Bay, Admiral David Far- ragut gave his famous—albeit often misquoted—order: “Damn the torpedoes . . . Captain Drayton, go ahead!”' Admiral Farragut’s bravado made him one of the Navy...

  • Capstone Essay: Integrity: In All Circumstances
    By Ensign Aaron Rouland, USN

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  • Capstone Essay: Death on Board the Sumter
    By Ensign Rick Mosley, USN

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  • No Night Quite As Exciting
    By Admiral James L. Holloway III, U.S. Navy (Retired)

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  • The Sho-1 Plan
    By Milan N. Vego

    What was the Japanese plan for the defense of the Philippines and why did it not work?

    Any major naval operation or maritime campaign contains a number of elements that collectively ensures the accomplishment of its objectives. An...

  • Lean and Mean Warship Design
    By Rear Admiral George A. Huchting, U.S. Navy

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  • What Weapons That Wait?
    By Stephen H. Keller

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  • Clearing the Way
    By Commander David C. Resing, U.S. Navy

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  • Exploding the Mine Warfare Myth
    By Scott C. Truver

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  • An Interview with Admiral Boorda: What Are the Bedrock Requirements?

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  • Speak Softly and…
    By Rear Admiral Walter M. Locke, U.S. Navy (Retired), and Professor Kenneth P. Werrell

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  • ... Now Let Us Serve
    By Second Lieutenant Robert C. A. Crum II, U.S. Marine Corps

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  • Book Reviews

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  • Points of Interest: “The New Bill Crowe” Voices Doubts
    By Tom Philpott

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  • World Naval Developments: Nuclear Material for Sale
    By Norman Friedman, Author, Naval Institute Guide to World Naval Weapons Systems

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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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  • Lest We Forget...
    By Robert Lawson

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