Every week on the Proceedings Podcast, the Naval Institute's Director of Outreach and Marketing, Ward Carroll, and the Editor-in-Chief of Proceedings, Bill Hamblet, talk about what's happening in the Sea Services, latest news from USNI News, stories in Proceedings and Naval History magazines, and interview Naval Institute authors. Deputy Editor Bill Bray and Co-director of Outreach Paul Kingsbury join the cast from time to time as well.
29 January 2019
Bill Hamblet and Ward Carroll talk with Retired Captain Trip Barber about how the Navy needs to design the fleet for 2030 and beyond.
29 January 2019
Bill Bray and Ward Carroll talk with Commander Wolf Melbourne about his prize-winning article "Naval Intelligence's Lost Decade" from the December 2018 issue of Proceedings.
23 January 2019
Bill Hamblet and Ward Carroll talk with Scot Mobley, author of Progressives in Navy Blue: Maritime Strategy, American Empire, and the Transformation of U.S. Naval Identity, 1873-1898.
16 January 2019
In a special edition of the Podcast from the Surface Navy Association's annual symposium in Crystal City, Virginia, the "Top Guns" of the Surface Navy explain how they train the fleet for the high-end fights of the future.
07 January 2019
Bryan McGrath talks about his recent USNI Blog article, "To Increase Fleet Lethality, Arm the Amphibs."
03 January 2019
Retired VADM Barry McCullough talks about the future of the Surface Navy as a preview to this year's SNA convention.
20 December 2018
LCDR Jason Fite talks about history's role in making warfighters and Hughes' "six cornerstones" of naval tactics from his December Proceedings article, "Study the Past to Win Today."
18 December 2018
Commander Brendan Stickles, U.S. Navy, talks about his recent Blog post "The Price is Wrong"—which explains the military's new Blended Retirement System and the importance of the decision facing service members who joined the military prior to 1 Jan 2018.
11 December 2018
Major Rafiel Deon Warfield, U.S. Marine Corps, talks about how the Corps need to create a better screening system for choosing those who train foreign militaries.