Proceedings Magazine - September 2015 Vol. 141/9/1,351

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Highlights

  • From the Deckplates - Wheresoe’er They Go
    By Senior Chief Jim Murphy, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    There is no combat force in the world more powerful than the combined U.S. Navy-Marine Corps team. That team was shocked and saddened when a...

  • Editor's Page
    Paul Merzlak, Editor-in-Chief

    From the beginning of his tenure as Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Jonathan Greenert has been an active participant in our open forum.

  • When Cheating Becomes Normal
    By Command Master Chief Paul Kingsbury, U.S. Navy
    Those trained and tested to run the Navy’s shipboard nuclear power plants undergo strict and rigorous indoctrination in their chosen discipline—with integrity as a...
  • Nobody Asked Me, But . . . - Make Time for ‘Face to Face’ Feedback
    By Lieutenant Commander Jared Wilhelm, U.S. Navy

    It may seem paradoxical, but in order for the naval officer corps to provide the best leadership while projecting combat power at sea and in the...

  • Now Hear This - Engage, Interact, Deter
    By Lieutenant Commander David C. Sandomir, U.S. Navy

    China’s growing sea services and anti-access/area-denial (A2/AD) capabilities pose complex challenges. Senior U.S. Navy leaders are working...

  • Comment & Discussion

    Restore the Culture of Command

    (See B. Scott, pp. 58–63, August 2015 Proceedings)

    Captain Peter Pagano, U.S. Navy, Executive Officer, Tactical Training Group Atlantic—Should the Navy...

  • The Moral Component of Leadership
    By Admiral Jonathan Greenert, U.S. Navy
    To strengthen the Navy’s ethical foundation and contribute to mission success, Sailors must reflect on their principles.

    We live in violent, uncertain, and complex times. The future is unpredictable...

  • The Age of Unmanned Systems
    By Rear Admiral Mark Darrah, U.S. Navy

    UAS must be fully integrated into the Navy’s fleet to enhance our ability to provide all-domain access.

    Long before unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) entered the naval-aviation arena, another revolutionary change in...

  • A 'Black Rack' Solution? - 2015 International Navies Essay Contest Winner, Sponsored by Finmeccanica North America / DRS Technologies
    By Captain Sam Tangredi, U.S. Navy (Retired)
    Developing modular and interoperable systems for temporary installation on allied nations’ ships could help the U.S.

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  • From Our Archive

    ‘The first in glory, as the first in place.’
    Alexander Pope (1688–1744)

  • Book Reviews

    The Indian Ocean and US Grand Strategy: Ensuring Access and Promoting Security
    Peter Dombrowski and Andrew C. Winner, eds. Washington...

  • CEO Notes
    Peter H. Daly, VADM, USN (Ret.)

    The Naval Institute and the U.S. Naval Academy Museum have enjoyed a close relationship through the years. An important highlight occurred in the late 1930s when the Academy made the decision to...

  • Combat Fleets
    Eric Wertheim

    On 2 July the Polish patrol ship Slazak was relaunched at a shipyard in Gdynia following nearly 15 years of construction. Laid down in the fall of 2001, she was initially planned as the first of six heavily armed MEKO-A-100-class...

  • Lest We Forget - High Jinks and Heritage
    By Lieutenant Commander Thomas J. Cutler, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    Every spring, crowds gather in front of the U.S. Naval Academy chapel to watch members of that academic year’s plebe class attempt to climb a...

  • Data and Design
    By Lieutenant (junior grade) Benjamin Morris, U.S. Navy
    Military information systems must look to the functionality, intuitiveness, and flexibility of private-sector technologies.

    For those with Facebook...

  • Oceans - The Biggest Oil-Spill Culprit? Mother Nature
    By Don Walsh

    Crude oil is a naturally occurring substance. But deliberate or accidental spills on the sea can be very dramatic events, especially those...

  • Professional notes

    Successfully Integrating Ops, Intel, and Cryptology

    By Rear Admiral (Select) Cathal O’Connor, Lieutenant Commander Wolf Melbourne, and Lieutenant Commander Chad Layfield, U.S. Navy

  • Fly the U.N. Pennant Over East Asian Waters
    By Commander Jeremy Thompson, U.S. Navy
    A United Nations–led maritime task force could be the way forward for maritime peacekeeping in the contentious South China and East China Seas.

    Sea disputes are vexing phenomena for sailors and...

  • An Expeditionary 'Thoroughbred'
    By Lieutenant Andrew Roscoe, U.S. Navy
    The Navy and Marine Corps have a helicopter ace up their collective sleeve—but only if they’re willing to embrace the aircraft’s broad possibilities....
  • Unmanned Ethics
    By Ensign Samuel S. Lacinski, U.S. Navy
    While drones are effective in combat, the political, moral, and military issues surrounding their use must be carefully considered.

    The use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) has presented a complex and...

  • Think Smaller, Think Smarter
    By Lieutenant Commander Kevin Duffy, U.S. Coast Guard
    American military personnel are more educated, fit, and technologically equipped than ever; the time is right for an organizational reboot with an eye toward small-team agility.
     ...
  • Guerrillas of the Sea
    By Lieutenant John Goff, U.S. Navy
    A small combatant force should be resurrected for use in the South China Sea.

    Small combatants have always existed in America’s Navy; from the gunboats of the Revolutionary War to the patrol craft (...


 
 

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