Proceedings Magazine - March 2012 Vol. 138/3/1,309

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Navigating Operational Stress
Navy leadership must foster an environment in which it’s OK to seek help when problems are overwhelming....
Renaissance of the Russian Navy?
Russia’s warship construction may be on the rise again, but the Russian naval mission of the 21st century...
The Commanders Respond: Royal Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Turkish Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Royal Swedish Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Spanish Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: South African Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Peruvian Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Pakistan Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Nigerian Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Royal New Zealand Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Montenegrin Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Mexican Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Lebanese Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Latvian Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Italian Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Indian Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Guatemalan Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Hellenic Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: French Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Finnish Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Croatian Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Chilean Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Brazilian Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Belgian Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

The Commanders Respond: Royal Australian Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

Now Hear This - Time to Lay the USS Monitor’s Dead to Rest

The Commanders Respond: German Navy

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the world...

Editor's Page

From the Deckplates - We Can Never Do Too Much

Servicemen and women are facing increased pressures to continue their military careers. The drawdown in Iraq, the coming drawdown in Afghanistan...

The Commanders Respond

A new U.S. defense strategy unveiled in January calls for a resized, refocused military. Proceedings asked the leaders of the...

Inside the New Defense Strategy
What’s new and what’s not in ‘Sustaining U.S. Global Leadership: Priorities for 21st Century Defense?...

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Editor's Page
CEO Notes
Comment and Discussion
Another View
Time to Lay the USS Monitor's Dead to Rest
Diversity in Action Should Trump Statistics
We Can Never Do Too Much
The Commanders Respond
Renaissance of the Russian Navy?
World Navies in Review
Inside the New Defense Strategy
Course Corrections in Command and Control
Navigating Operational Stress
The Monitor and the 'Merrimac'
Book Reviews
Merge DOD Organizations in U.S. Embassies
Act of Valor Is a Must See
Information-Dominance Officers Need to Command
Reservists Can Meet Fleet Requirements
Oceans: The Big Picture - Studying the Oceans from Space
U.S. Navy: A Paradigm Shift
World Naval Developments: Lessons from the Golden Age
Lest We Forget: Number 85 Becomes a First
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Course Corrections in Command and Control
The Fleet’s administrative lines of authority have become confused—but the reasons can be pinpointed and...
The Monitor and the 'Merrimac'
Naval Institute Foundation

Happy Birthday, Commodore Ericson

Erna G. Ericson of Crystal Lake, Illinois, our longest-serving female Naval Institute Commodore,...

Lest We Forget - Number 85 Becomes a First

World Naval Developments - Lessons from the Golden Age

Every other year the Royal Australian Navy hosts a sea-power conference and exposition in Sydney. This year’s focus is on what the...

U.S. Navy - A Paradigm Shift

With little notice, the U.S. Navy is undergoing a paradigm shift. For the last 60 years of the 20th century and into the 21st century, the...

Oceans - The Big Picture: Studying the Oceans from Space

In 1964 NASA sponsored an “Oceanography From Space” symposium at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Scientists exchanged...

Professional Notes

Merge DOD Organizations in U.S. Embassies

By Captain Paul Bruno, U.S. Navy (Retired) and Captain Glenn Rosen,...
Book Reviews

Black April: The Fall of Vietnam, 1973-1975

George J. Veith. New York: Encounter Books, 2012. 605 pp. Maps. Notes. Index. $...

Nobody Asked Me, But. . . - Diversity In Action Should Trump Statistics

Diversity is essential to our armed forces. Yet an overemphasis on statistics has taken us into dangerous waters in terms of management. The...

Comment & Discussion
CEO Notes

Movie Review - Act of Valor Is a Must-See

Members of the media, friends, family, and colleagues of some of the production crew, as well as dozens of veterans and active-duty service men...

Proceedings Digital Edition

A digital edition of the March issue of Proceedings is available for current USNI...

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‘Men are disturbed not by things, but by the view which they take of them.’

Epictetus (c.50–138)

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