Proceedings Magazine - January 2018 Vol. 144/1/1,379

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  • Photo of the Week 26 January

  • Focus on Warfighting
    Lieutenant Travis F. Bean, U.S. Navy

  • In the Long Calm Lee of Midway
    By Lieutenant Commander Colin Roberts, U.S. Navy

  • HM Coastguard Focuses on SAR
    By Jim Dolbow

    Her Majesty’s Coastguard is the United Kingdom’s 24/7 civilian maritime and aeronautical search-and-rescue (SAR) agency. The...

  • When a Career Goes Up in Flames
    By Lieutenant Commander John R. Liddle, U.S. Navy

  • Comment and Discussion

    A Mistake Should Not Kill a Sailor’s Career

    (See E. Heck, p. 14, December 2017
    Proceedings)

    Prepare for the “To Be Or to Do” Moment

    (See R. Schuhart, pp. 10-11, December 2017 ...

  • French Mids Drive Ships
    By Lieutenant Commander Michelle Mecklenburg, U.S. Navy

  • CEO Notes: Our Conferences Fire on All Cylinders
    Peter H. Daly

    Our Conferences Fire on All Cylinders

    Clearly the Navy’s surface forces have received a great deal of attention as a result of the collisions of the USS Fitzgerald (DDG-62) and the USS John S. McCain (DDG-56). In...

  • The Navy Cannot Afford Large Crews
    By Captain George Galdorisi, U.S. Navy (Retired)

    The Navy’s ability to accomplish its mission is at risk from one primary factor—the high cost of manning its ships. There is no...

  • Surface Forces Are Refocused
    By Vice Admiral Thomas S. Rowden, U.S. Navy

    Over the summer, two tragedies took the lives of 17 sailors on board the USS Fitzgerald (DDG-62) and USS John S. McCain...

  • To Fix TacAir Pilot Retention, Follow the Money
    Lieutenant Commander Anthony Kochanski, U.S. Navy


    The TacAir Navy has a pilot retention problem. Money isn't the only reason, but it's a contributor.  (U.S....

  • Check Your Ego At The Hatch
    By Lieutenant Commander Luke Kelvington, U.S. Navy


    Ships and crews improve by establishing a culture centered on humility, accountability, and purpose....

  • Build Teams with Board Games
    Sergeant First Class Joseph “Jay” Arnold, Illinois Army National Guard

  • Time to Redress XO/CO Fleet Up
    By Captain John P. Cordle, U.S. Navy (Retired)
    Excessive time spent away from ships is doing a disservice to surface warfare commanding officers....
  • Increase Strike Group Lethality
    By Lieutenant Commander Justin Reddick, U.S. Navy

    The term “lethality” can be associated with any number of things in the Navy. Oftentimes it will be associated with a weapon...

  • Establish a Maritime War College
    By Captain Buck McDermott, U.S. Navy Reserve

  • Don't Micromanage Response Boats
    By Chief Boatswain's Mate Phillip Null, U.S. Coast Guard
    Coast Guard districts and sectors should provide boat crews with objectives and support, but authority in...
  • Character Has Real Consequence
    Commander Kevin Duffy, U.S. Coast Guard

    “Ensign, you’re going to stand right here and watch that boat,” my captain ordered me,...

  • Combat Fleets of the World
    By Eric Wertheim


    U.S. Navy, D.M. Young

  • Deckplates: Blind Spots of Fraternization Blur the Lines
    By Master Chief Quincy L. Mayes, U.S. Navy

  • The Value of (Unrep) Time
    By Commander John A. Lukacs IV, U.S. Navy

    Underway replenishment (UnRep), the Navy’s “secret weapon of World War II” as coined by Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, has...

  • Lest We Forget: Nickel Grass: U.S. Resupplies Israel
    By Lieutenant Commander Thomas J. Cutler, U.S. Navy (Retired)<p>

  • Book Reviews
    Reviewed by John Lehman

    Seablindness: How Political Neglect is Choking American Seapower and What to Do About It

    By Seth...


 
 

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