Proceedings Magazine - February 2005 Vol. 131/2/1,224

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Lest We Forget: Reuben James, USS Minneapolis (CA-36)

Reuben James

Many remember Stephen Decatur as one of the bravest and most colorful sailors in the history of the U.S. Navy, but few...

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Steady Fleet Needed in Times of Disaster
Commentary: Private Military Companies
A Bridge Too Far
Restore the Foundation of Naval Intelligence
Overhaul Naval Intel Io Support the War Fighters
Nobody Asked Me, But Character Development Shouldn't Stop after Commissioning
Wolf PAC: Exploiting Distributed Operations
The Wolf Pack
It’s Not Just the Information—It’s the Correlation
Keep the Best, Let Go of the Rest
Waiting to Be Ready ls Not an Option
Core Values: More than Just Words
Nobody Asked Me, But Promote Proven Sailors First
The Coast Guard-Navy Relationship Still Makes Sense
The Enduring Relevance of Maritime Forces
COs Must Be Educated Citizens of the World
Unmanned Precision Weapons Aren’t New
WMD: Interdicting the Gravest Danger
The Fleet Needs the LSC Now
Can Ships Do without Helmsmen?
Naval Postgraduate School Aims at Real-World Defense Problems
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Nobody Asked Me, But The Academy Can Do Better
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Lest We Forget: Reuben James
Lest We Forget: USS Minneapolis (CA-36)
A Bridge Too Far

Recent efforts to "balance" current and future readiness in naval aviation have cut too far into current...

Restore the Foundation of Naval Intelligence

What makes naval intelligence unique? What does it contribute to the success of the fleet? Is it still relevant? It had better...

Keep the Best, Let Go of the Rest

Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Vern Clark mandated a "realignment" of personnel. The measures of success of this...

Detention Center Conviction Highlights Supervisory Deficiencies

I am concerned about the recent court-martial of Marine Major Clarke Paulus, an inspector-instructor (I&I) with the reserve 2d Battalion,...

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From Our Archive: Aviators Ready Curtiss SBC Helldiver

Aviation Machinist's Mate 3rd Class H. G. Welch and Aviation Metalsmith 3rd Class E. Magin crank the engine on a Curtiss SBC Helldiver in 1942....

Combat Fleets

On 29 November 2004, France's third Le Triomphant-class nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine, Le Vigilant, was...


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