Proceedings Magazine - March 2017 Vol. 143/3/1,369

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Cover Story

China’s investment in strategically located Gwadar could impact economic and maritime security interests in the Asia-Pacific region.

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Highlights

  • Too Many SWOs per Ship
    By Lieutenant Brendan Cordial, U.S. Navy

    This results in too many surface warfare junior officers leaving their first tours with inadequate shiphandling experience.

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  • Why Did You Stay In?
    By Commander Brian C. Kesselring, U.S. Navy
    For this aviator, the answer was a list of call signs of leaders and mentors who influenced him professionally and personally.

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  • The Commanders Respond

    This year, Proceedings asked the commanders of the world’s navies, “What is your nation’s most difficult maritime...

  • Create an Asia-Pacific Combined Maritime Force
    By Lieutenant Sean Patrick Quirk, U.S. Navy
    An international naval solution is needed to maintain peace and security in the Asia-Pacific.
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  • Decoding China's Maritime
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    China’s pursuit of a 21st Century Maritime Silk Road and a land-based Silk Road economic belt is integral to fulfilling the “Chinese Dream” being offered its citizens.

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  • Nobody Asked me, But—Paper Dragon(s)?
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  • Pakistan's Port is Pivotal
    BY Commander Muhammad Azam Khan, Pakistan Navy (Retired)

    China’s investment in strategically located Gwadar could impact economic and maritime security interests in the Asia-Pacific region.

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  • From Submarines to Smuggler Skiffs
    By Magnus Nordenman

    U.S. friends and allies in Europe face maritime security challenges that were unthinkable just a few years ago. The U.S. Navy has a huge role to play in helping their  navies meet the new threats.  ...

  • What the Heck is NCAGS?
    By Commander Luis Perales Garat, Spanish Navy <p>

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  • World Navies in Review
    By Eric Wertheim<p>
    The past year saw continued political upheaval across the globe as alliances shifted and the world appeared less predictable. Defense budgets are expanding as a result, and many nations hope that naval power will afford...
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    Naval Aviation Taking Flight Again…Slowly

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  • Editor's Page

    The Proceedings pages and the Naval Institute always have welcomed contributions by professionals serving in the world’s navies. One of our Strategic Plan’s initiatives is to “increase the Naval Institute’s outreach to...

  • CEO Notes
    Peter H. Daly VADM, USN (Ret.) <p>Life Member and Member since 1978

    Editorial Board Selects Winners of the General Prize Essay Contest

    The Naval Institute’s longest-running essay contest is the General Prize Essay Contest. First conducted in 1879, this competition has produced an extensive list of...

  • Comment and Discussion

    To the New Administration: Deliver Real Changes

    (See W. J. Toti, p. 11, February 2017 Proceedings)

  • Now Hear This—Embark JMSDF Officers on Board U.S. Ships
    By Captain Takuya Shimodaira, Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force

    Embark JMSDF Officers on board U.S. Ships

  • Charting a Course—Restoring American Power
    By Captain Kevin Eyer, U.S. Navy (Retired)<p>

    Restoring American Power

    In January, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) released the white paper “Restoring American Power.” In it, he unexpectedly usurped the executive branch’s prerogative by...

  • Professional Note—Go Under the Antiaccess Wall
    By Ensign Jonathan Z. French, U.S. Navy

    Go Under the Antiaccess Wall

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  • Book Reviews

    Assessing War The Challenge of Measuring Success and Failure

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  • Oceans—The Smoking Lamp Is Out!
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    The Smoking Lamp Is Out!

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  • World Naval Developments—Teething Problems for Electric-Drive?
    By Norman Friedman

    Teething Problems for Electric-Drive?

  • Lest We Forget—Sabalo to Tailhook
    By A. Denis Clift

    Sabalo to Tailhook


 
 

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