Proceedings Magazine - November 1995 Vol. 121/11/1,113

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At the U.S. Naval Institute Seminar, “Maneuvering in the Littorals,” on 6 September 1995, in Arlington, Virginia, the first speaker, Lieutenant General Charles E. Wilhelm, who com­...

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    By John H. Cushman

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    Reviewed by Bernard C....

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    Commencing this June, U.S. Navy patrol craft Typhoon (PC-5) and Scirocco (PC-6) made a Mediterranean deployment, the first overseas voyage for units of the still-building Cyclone (PC-1) class. The Typhoon had been repainted in a three- tone light...

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