Proceedings Magazine - October 2017 Vol. 143/10/1,376

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  • Proceedings Podcast, Episode 5

    In this episode, along with other current events, Ward and Bill try to explain that USNI is NOT a political forum while discussing a PROCEEDINGS TODAY article titled,...

  • Comment & Discussion

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  • Of Suns and Dragons
    By Lieutenant (junior grade) Daniel Stefanus, U.S. Navy

     

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  • Why a TRIAD?
    By Rear Admiral William J. Holland Jr., U.S. Navy (Retired)

    As the nation begins discussions on the future of the nuclear triad, knowledgeable Navy voices must be ready to explain the utility and...

  • Russia's Fifth-Generation Sub Looms
    By Michael Kofman

     

  • Russia Poses a NonAcoustic Threat to U.S. Subs
    By Norman Polmar and Edward C. Whitman
    “There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is...
  • Commentary—The President's Decision For Afghanistan Matters
    By Lieutenant Commander Carlos Oroza, U.S. Navy

  • Nobody Asked Me, But . . .Get Rid of the Surface Ensign Stigma
    By Lieutenant (junior grade) Joshua Asaro, U.S. Navy

  • Professional Note: Data-Driven Disaster Response
    By Cadet Third Class Evan Twarog, U.S. Coast Guard

    How Advanced Crisis Mapping and Big Data Can Improve Coast Guard Incident Response

    The future of Coast Guard disaster response...

  • Charting A Course—Over the Side with Bridge & Pea Coats?
    By Captain Kevin Eyer, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    Long ago, the bridge of a ship was open to the weather. This must seem obvious to those who imagine ships in the days of sail,...

  • Now Hear This—The Clock is Ticking in China: The Decade of Concern Has Begun
    By Captain Jim Fanell, U.S. Navy (Retired)

  • Professional Notes: Prepare Gun Crews for Combat
    By Gunner's Mate First Class Wayne Moore, U.S. Navy

     

  • Professional notes: The U.S. F-35 versus the PRC J-20
    By Dr. Mark B. Schneider

  • Special—Sometimes Wonderful Just Comes Too Late
    By Captain William Toti, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    Within all the bad news coming out of Seventh Fleet these days, there was one bit of well-covered good news: the long-awaited discovery of...

  • Editor's Page

  • CEO Notes

     

    We Celebrate the Winners 

    This...

  • Special—Canines Bring Compassion to the Courtroom
    By Legalman First Class Daniel A. Vasquez, U.S. Navy

    The Region Legal Service Office (RLSO) Northwest in Bremerton, Washington, has a program to support victims and witnesses during the...

  • Book Reviews

    NEW & NOTEWORTHY BOOKS

    27 Articles, 100th Anniversary Edition
    By Captain...

  • World Naval Developments: Were our ships hacked?
    By Norman Friedman

  • From the Deckplates—Why Is the Navy Concerned About Toughness?
    By Command Master Chief Greg Renick, U.S. Navy

  • Combat Fleets

  • World's Coast Guards
    By Jim Dolbow<p>

    The Irish Coast Guard (IRCG) is a multimission civilian agency that is heavily dependent on volunteers to perform its missions. The service...

  • Naval Systems: Air-launched Antiship Missile Re-engineered for Surface Combatants
    By Edward J. Walsh

    Lockheed Martin’s Missiles and Fire Control department and the Navy are working to schedule a demonstration launch of a long-range...

  • Lest We Forget: Vice Admiral Dennis Wilkinson
    By A. Denis Clift

     

    It wasn’t until he sent me to Pittsburgh and wanted to be kept advised how Westinghouse was doing that I had frequent...

  • Proceedings Podcast, Episode 3

    In episode 3 of the PROCEEDINGS PODCAST Bill and Ward invite their first guest into the studio: LT Brendan Cordial, USN,...

  • Leadership Forum: It Must Be About Leadership
    By Commander David P. Wroe, U.S. Navy, with Commander Jim Von St Paul and Command Master Chief Michael Leggett, U.S. Navy


 
 

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