Every week, the Proceedings Podcast covers a wide range of topics and brings the pages of Proceedings and Naval History to life.
Join the Editor-in-Chief of Proceedings, Bill Hamblet, and Editor-in-Chief of Naval History, Eric Mills, as they host a variety of Proceedings and Naval History authors and naval leaders “in the know” to discuss issues facing the Sea Services and explore the latest trending topics and stories from USNI News.
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01 January 2018
In this episode of the Proceedings Podcast, Bill Hamblet and Ward Carroll discuss the January issue of Proceedings with Fleet Master Chief Paul Kingsbury, U.S. Navy, and drill down into Captain Kevin Eyer’s definitive article “What Happened To Our Surface Forces?”
18 December 2018
In this episode of the Proceedings Podcast, Bill and Ward are joined by Captain Kevin Eyer, U.S. Navy (Retired), surface warfare expert, to talk about the state of the Littoral Combat Ship in the wake of the recent CRS report on the program.
05 December 2017
In this episode Bill calls into Beach Hall from Newport, RI to chat with Ward about the findings from the C-2 mishap in WestPac, the U.S. Naval Institute Defense Forum Washington, transgender troops, and more.
28 November 2017
Bill and Ward discuss the fallout from the Growler sky writing incident over Washington state, and the future of SWO training. Call-in guest is Commander Tom Ullmer, U.S. Navy, the current Naval Institute fellow and former Gator ship CO.
14 November 2017
Bill Hamblet and Ward Carroll talk to Sergeant Major Mike Burke, U.S. Marine Corps, about his article titled "Train Them Like Marines" in the November issue of Proceedings.
07 November 2017
USNI News editor Sam LaGrone joins Bill Hamblet and Ward Carroll in the studio to talk about current events including the latest surrounding the budget and "Fat Leonard" scandal.
31 October 2017
Ward Carroll and Bill Hamblet analyze the U.S. Navy's report on the Fitzgerald and McCain collisions at sea, review some features from the November issue of Proceedings, and chat with SEAL Lieutenant Jarrod Suess, U.S. Navy, about the books he carried into combat.
23 October 2017
n this episode, along with other current events, Ward Carroll and Bill Hamblet explain that U.S. Naval Institute is NOT a political forum while discussing a Proceedings Today article titled, "Take a Knee for Social Justice."
16 October 2017
In this episode, Ward and Bill put a finer point on the amazing history of the U.S. Naval Institute and go deep on China.
09 October 2017
In episode 3 of the Proceedings Podcast, Bill and Ward invite their first guest into the studio: Lieutenant Brendan Cordial, U.S. Navy, a surface warfare officer who wrote an article in the March issue titled, "Too Many SWOs Per Ship." Lieutenant Cordial offers some ideas on improvements for the fleet.