Proceedings Magazine - August 2017 Vol. 143/8/1,374

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The recent collisions of two Navy Aegis guided-missile destroyers were not random, chance...

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  • Collisions: Part II—Operational Pause
    By Captain Kevin Eyer, U.S. Navy (Retired)

  • Realize the Great Green Fleet
    By Commander Daniel Orchard-Hays, U.S. Navy, and Lieutenant Colonel Laura A. King, U.S. Air Force

    The U.S. Navy’s initiative could pave the way for a Department of Defense energy program that garners...

  • Coast Guard Is More Than Cutters
    By Lieutenant David Allan Adams Jr., U.S. Coast Guard

  • Fight Fire with Fire
    By Captain Sam J. Tangredi U.S. Navy (Retired)
    Facing growing networks of anti­access warfare systems, the U.S. Navy can regain an early...
  • When ASW Didn't Matter
    By Commander Daniel Dolan, U.S. Navy (Retired)<p>

    The influential naval theorist Alfred Thayer Mahan lived to see his theory of sea power tested in the first major conflict of the early...

  • Now Hear This—Mine Warfare: Work Dumber, Not Smarter
    By Lieutenant Matthew Hipple, U.S. Navy

  • Nobody Asked Me But. . . Sexual Assault: Not in our Navy
    By Ensign Bridget Kennedy, U.S. Navy

  • Leadership Forum—Developing Leaders of Character

    By Admiral James M. Loy, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired), and Dr. Ira Martin


    Leadership and character cut across the individual and organizational levels of management and learning. Dr. Ira Martin, Leader in Residence...

  • Special—Building the Navy Is Critical to National Security
    By Congressman Rob Wittman (R-VA), U. S. House of Representatives

    George Washington recognized early in our nation’s history the importance of a strong Navy, saying, “Without a decisive...

  • Book Reviews

    Optimizing Cyberdeterrence

    Robert Mandel. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2017. 289 pp. Biblio. Index. $32.89.
    Reviewed by Captain William Toti, U.S. Navy (Retired) and Colonel Ed Keegan, U.S. Air Force (Retired)

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  • Professional Notes—Officer Recruiters Must Be Mentors
    By Lieutenant Rolando Machado Jr., U.S. Navy

  • British Aircraft Carriers Return
    By Norman Friedman

  • Lest We Forget—Sketches on an Envelope Create the LST
    By A. Denis Clift<p>

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  • Chinese Deliver Presence in Sri Lanka
    Captain Dale Rielage, U.S. Navy

    In May and June of this year, the island nation of Sri Lanka was hit by severe monsoon rains that caused extensive flooding and landslides....

  • Shorten the Navy Work Week
    By Captain John Cordle, U.S. Navy (Retired)

  • Leadership Is Listening First
    By Vice Admiral A.H. Konetzni, Jr., U.S. Navy (Retired)

    Editor’s Note: This is Part 3 of a 10-part series on behaviors that Vice Admiral Konetzni learned over...

  • Collisions: Part I—What Are the Root Causes?
    By Captain Kevin Eyer, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    In the past two months, two major U.S. warships have collided with merchant vessels. In both cases, lives were lost; personnel were injured;...

  • Eradicate Sexual Assault in the Military: One Survivor Speaks Out
    Operations Specialist 2nd Class Carolina Rodriguez, U.S. Navy

    The recent scandal involving the Marines United Facebook group leaking and sharing photos of female service members leaves another sexual assault/...

  • Navy Boost Phase Could Counter North Korea: Part Three
    By Lieutenant (junior grade) Samuel S. Lacinski, U.S. Navy

  • Fitzgerald Delivers Damage Control Lessons and Questions
    By Captain Gerry Roncolato, U.S. Navy (Retired)

     

  • Navy Boost Phase Intercept Could Counter North Korea
    By Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Samuel S. Lacinski, U.S. Navy

    Recent developments indicate that North Korea is on the verge of fielding a nuclear-armed intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM...

  • Operational Ambiguity Is Important - Capt. William Toti, USN (Ret)
    By Captain William J. Toti, USN (Ret)

    Last month I highlighted the importance of...

  • Navy Boost Phase Could Counter North Korea: Part Two
    By Lieutenant (Junior Grade) Samuel S. Lacinski, U.S. Navy
  • Fake Bugles Hit Wrong Note
    Musician First Class Kurt Zemaitaitis, U.S. Navy

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  • Instill the Fundamentals of Seamanship and Navigation
    By Captain Matt Meilstrup and Lieutenant Commander Grant Thomas, U.S. Coast Guard
    As warships become overreliant on electronic navigation, the Sea Services must...
  • The Coast Guard Can Reduce Risk in The South China Sea
    By Commander Shawn Lansing, U.S. Coast Guard

    With its regional partnerships and experience strengthening maritime law enforcement regimes, the U.S. Coast Guard is...

  • A Global Fish War is Coming
    By Captain Jay Caputo, U.S. Coast Guard
    Nearly two decades into the 21st Century, it has become clear the world has limited resources and the last area of...
  • Bring Back the Dragon Swarms
    By Brian J. Dunn

    The rise of networked enemy surveillance systems and long-range precision strike capabilities make Marine expeditionary unit (MEU)-centered...

  • Brain-computer interfaces are Game Changers
    By Lieutenant Carl Governale, U.S. Navy

  • Editor's Page

    This month we celebrate Don Walsh’s two decades of doing our “Oceans” column. From diving with Jacques Piccard on Trieste to a depth of 35,798 feet in the Mariana Trench in 1960 to exploring RMS Titanic and the German battleship...

  • Comment & Discussion
    &mdash; Captain William J. Toti, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    Where are the Cyber Warriors?

    (See W. J. Toti, p. 13, July 2017 Proceedings)

    Captain Toti begins with something he knows didn’t happen: President Roosevelt asking the CNO in 1939 what the CNO would do with the Navy’s...

  • CEO Notes

    Annual Meeting & Member Reception Were Terrific

    At our Annual Meeting held on 11 May in Washington, D.C., we reported the Naval Institute’s key 2016 results:

    • We increased membership for the fifth...

  • Professional Notes—Clinical Decision Support Can Save Lives
    By Commander Jonathan A. Forsberg, Medical Corps, U.S. Navy

  • Professional Notes—The Navy Needs HUMINT
    By Lynn Wright, Mark A. Assur, and Brennan McKernan

  • Fire Scout UAV Prepares for LCS
    By Edward J. Walsh

    The Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) and Northrop Grumman’s Tactical Autonomous Systems business unit are preparing for a second...

  • Combat Fleets
    By Eric Wertheim

  • From our Archive

    A Piasecki XHRP-1 “Rescuer” tandem rotor helicopter comes in for a landing at the Piasecki Helicopter Corporation’s...

  • Naval Institute Foundation—In His Own Words: Brigadier General Thomas O. Fleming, USAF (Ret.)

    As an Air Force Academy graduate and career Air Force officer, I’ve always appreciated the contributions of “my” service to our nation’s security; however, I tended to take the Navy for granted—or even view it as a...


 
 

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