U.S. Navy (Jason R. Zalasky)

Frigates for Streetfighters

By Lieutenant Colonel Paul T. Darling, Alaska Army National Guard; and Lieutenant Justin Lawlor, U.S. Navy Reserve
September 2011
The U.S. Navy should consider the Danish Absalon-class frigate as the model for replacing its aging Oliver Hazard Perry class.
U.S. Navy (Donald White Jr.)

Naval Aviation's Second Century

By Vice Admiral Robert F. Dunn, U.S. Navy (Retired)
September 2011
In the decades ahead, naval aviation will continue to be at the technological forefront and of vital strategic importance.

The Bond Outlives the Scandal

By Commander Ward Carroll, U.S. Navy (Retired)
September 2011
In 1989, I was the editor of Approach magazine at the Naval Safety Center, and among my duties was running the command’s booth at the annual Tailhook Association Convention in ...
U.S. Navy (Walter M. Wayman)

Ways, Means, and the End Game

By Commander Sean Liedman, U.S. Navy
September 2011
If power projection is to remain a linchpin of national security strategy, resourcing naval aviation must still be a priority.
U.S. Navy (M.W. Pendergrass)

'Never Forget'

By Lieutenant Kevin P. Shaeffer, U.S. Navy (Retired)
September 2011
The remodeled Navy Command Center in the Pentagon still smelled new until American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into it.
U.S. Marine Corps (John McCall)

TBI Is Not Just Concussion

By J. Patricia Blanco Kiely
September 2011
Mild traumatic brain injury is often considered to be synonymous with concussion. But it’s much more serious than that.

Mired in 'Muddy Studies'

By Noel Koch
September 2011
Playing catch-up in the traumatic brain injury arena, military medicine is hampered by murky and misguided data analysis.
Library of Congress

Putting the Horse Before the Cart

By Lieutenant Commander Thomas J. Cutler, U.S. Navy (Retired)
September 2011
In the latter part of the 19th century, technology was rapidly growing, offering new and, in most cases, better ways of doing things. Steam propulsion offered an alternative to the ...

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