Proceedings Magazine - July 2014 Vol. 140/7/1,337

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'A New Era in Naval Warfare'
Information dominance will be vital in future conflicts.

Our Navy’s forward presence protects the...

Naval Constraints in a Joint Environment - 2014 Information Dominance Essay Contest Winner, Sponsored by HP
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Time for the Next Revolution
The “Admiral Turner Revolution” of the 1970s reinvigorated the Naval War College. Today, a similar...
The Kids Are All Right
Although the military spin machine laments the behavior of today’s junior officers and enlisted, it is leadership...
Answering Mayday
A modest plea for navalists: Sea power is essential to the nation—but sea power needs forceful, and vocal, advocates...
Editor's Page

Throughout its history, Proceedings has always endeavored to be at the forefront of the latest developments in naval warfare. Whether it...

Now Hear This - Surface Warfare Is Already Part of Strategic Land Power

Much has been said about the 2013 white paper Strategic Landpower: Winning the Clash of Wills, a joint concept by the Army, Marine Corps...

From the Deckplates - Perception Matters

During the past few years, negative headlines about the military have been littering the media, including print, television, and electronic. Many...

Special - 'The Voice of Mahan': The U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, 1890–1899
Digitizing Proceedings

Realizing an important strategic goal, the U.S. Naval Institute has just...

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Protect Our Cyberspace

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The Joint Information Environment Exploits Cyberspace

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Equipping Commanders in the Information Age
The development and implementation of ‘Assured C2’ capabilities mean that naval officers can have confidence in...
Know the Environment, Know the Enemy, Know the Target
For battlespace awareness, the second key component of information dominance, the Navy has multiple arrows in its...
Integrated Fires
The integrated-fires pillar of information dominance employs the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) and cyberspace to deliver...
Striking the Right Balance
To succeed as an increasingly diplomatic and peacekeeping military force, the Navy must prioritize technical and humanities...
CEO Notes

Earlier this year, the U.S. Naval Institute, with the generous sponsorship of Hewlett-Packard Corporation, issued a call for papers for the 2014...

Nobody Asked Me, But. . . - Humanities or STEM? It's a False Choice

Lieutenant Alexander Smith's December 2012 Nobody Asked Me, But column “Don’t Say Goodbye to Intellectual Diversity,...

Book Reviews

The Rise and Fall of Intelligence: An International Security History

Michael Warner. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press...

Professional Notes

Being Efficient with Bandwidth

By Lieutenant Commander Steve Debich, Lieutenant Bruce Hill, Captain Scot Miller (...
Oceans - Around the World the Hard Way

On 17 June, as the last rays of the sun illuminated the scene, a doubled-hulled Polynesian voyaging canoe, the 61-foot Hokulea, passed...

World Naval Developments - Beware the Cyber Spies

In May, the U.S. government circulated a wanted poster showing five members of a shadowy Chinese cyber-espionage unit. No one expects any of them...

Combat Fleets

Australia has begun receiving the first of 12 LCM-1E landing craft planned for its growing amphibious fleet. These 76-foot landing craft have a...

Lest We Forget - Weise and Pichette

On 4 June 1942 in the waters near Midway Atoll, three Japanese carriers—the Kaga, Akagi, and Soryu—were in...

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In His Own Words: Peter Edmondo

The Navy is and always will be on the front line for America, whether by power projection or diplomacy....

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