BATH IRON WORKS

Professional Notes

October 1994
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), ...

Clearing the Way

By Commander David C. Resing, U.S. Navy
October 1994
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Notebook

October 1994
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Combat Fleets

By A. D. Baker III, Editor, Combat Fleets of the World
October 1994
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World Naval Developments: Nuclear Material for Sale

By Norman Friedman, Author, Naval Institute Guide to World Naval Weapons Systems
October 1994
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Book Reviews

October 1994
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... Now Let Us Serve

By Second Lieutenant Robert C. A. Crum II, U.S. Marine Corps
October 1994
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Speak Softly and…

By Rear Admiral Walter M. Locke, U.S. Navy (Retired), and Professor Kenneth P. Werrell
October 1994
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Exploding the Mine Warfare Myth

By Scott C. Truver
October 1994
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What Weapons That Wait?

By Stephen H. Keller
October 1994
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Commentary: Striking Out in the Joint Arena

By C. E. Myers, Jr.
October 1994
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Lean and Mean Warship Design

By Rear Admiral George A. Huchting, U.S. Navy
October 1994
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The Sho-1 Plan

By Milan N. Vego
October 1994
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 ...

No Night Quite As Exciting

By Admiral James L. Holloway III, U.S. Navy (Retired)
October 1994
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Capstone Essay: Death on Board the Sumter

By Ensign Rick Mosley, USN
October 1994
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Capstone Essay: Mine Warfare and Submarines

By Ensign Jim Crimmins, USN
October 1994
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 ...

Capstone Essay: Upset at Tishomingo

By Second Lieutenant Wesley A. Philbeck, USMC
October 1994
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…50 Years Ago: Leyte Gulf

By Jack Sweetman
October 1994
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Comment and Discussion

October 1994
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Commentary: Haiti Becomes a Turning Point

By LGEN John H. Cushman, USA (Ret.)
October 1994
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Lest We Forget...

By Robert Lawson
October 1994
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