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

From the Editor's Desk

January 2020
This January’s Proceedings ushers in not just a new year, but a new decade, and it is appropriate for us to begin it with a focus on the surface navy ...
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CEO Notes

January 2020
Naval Institute Press Gets a New Director The Naval Institute welcomes Adam Kane as Director of the Naval Institute Press. For the past five years, Adam has been editor-in-chief of ...
A tabletop Marine Corps wargame.

More than a (War) Game

By Lieutenant Colonel Don Thieme, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)
January 2020
Wargames can become the baseline for further exploration of a problem if they are properly designed, supported, analyzed, and acted on. Furthermore, they build personal and organizational trust through the ...
Lieutenant Don Walsh and Jacques Piccard on board the Trieste

The First Deepest Dive

By Norman Polmar and Lee J. Mathers
January 2020
This month marks the 60th anniversary of the Trieste’s 35,797-foot dive into the Challenger Deep.
General John A. Lejeune biography

Book Reviews

January 2020
Experts review a new biography of General John A. Lejeune, and overview of Arab armies, and Jim Sciutto's Shadow War.

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