Proceedings Editor-in-Chief Bill Hamblet standing at a podium

From the Editor’s Desk

By Captain Bill Hamblet, U.S. Navy (Retired), Editor-in-Chief
October 2019
If you want to get in the mood to read about submarines and antisubmarine warfare, skip right to “Asked & Answered.”
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Where We Were

By A. Denis Clift
October 2019
Disseminating knowledge about the Navy in 1919, the aftermath of the sinking of the Israeli destroyer Eilat in 1969, and the threat of mines to subs in 1994.
Computer rendering of the Jack C. Taylor Conference Center

CEO Notes

By Vice Admiral Peter H. Daly, U.S. Navy (Retired), CEO and Publisher
October 2019
On the 18th of September, the Naval Institute broke ground on the Jack C. Taylor Conference Center.
US. Navy Seahawk helicopter flies over USS Toledo and HNoMS Ures submarines as they participates in Dynamic Mongoose

(Un)Mind the Gap

By Andrew Metrick
October 2019
In the past few years, Russian submarine activities have become a focal point for U.S. and NATO planners, part of the larger discourse on Russia’s revanchist role in the wake ...
Aerial view of the city of Shenzhen in Guangdong, China at night

The China Problem

By Lieutenant John D. Miller, U.S. Navy
October 2019
The United States must protect meta-material research from espionage if it wants to build and maintain an advantage in the field.
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Book Reviews

October 2019
Professionals review Sailing True North, War at Sea, Code Name: Lise, The Interrogation Rooms of the Korean War, and other new and noteworthy books.
A ceremony on board the USS Olympia (C-6) as part of the transportation of the body of the  “unknown soldier” from France to the United States in 1921.

From Our Archive

October 2019
A ceremony on board the USS Olympia (C-6) as part of the transportation of the body of the “unknown soldier” from France to the United States in 1921.
The USS Chicago at periscope depth.

If the Oceans Become Transparent

By Zachary Kallenborn
October 2019
Sensors are becoming ever better and more widespread. Submarines will need new operating concepts to preserve their utility and maintain a viable second-strike capability.
Port bow view of a Jordanian response boat-medium underway

Combat Fleets

By Eric Wertheim
October 2019
Jordan took delivery of two RB-Ms, Singapore decommissioned three Fearless-class patrol combatants, and France commissioned the offshore support vessel Seine.
Marine Corps ACV

The Wisdom of the Amphibious Combat Vehicle

By Majors Justin D. Davis and Neal T. Jones, U.S. Marine Corps
October 2019
Criticism of the Marine Corps' new amphibious combat vehicle is off base. It's the best solution for expeditionary advanced base operations in the 21st century.

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