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.
10 September 2018
Captain Peter Ryan, U.S. Navy talks about the threat video addiction poses to readiness across the fleet.
11 September 2018
Major Valerie McGuire, U.S. Marine Corps, on Russia's hybrid warfare threat, including computer hacking.
24 August 2018
Undersea explorer Robert Kraft describes his team's recent findings of the wrecks of the Lexington, Indianapolis , and Juneau. (For more check out "Paul Allen's Winning Season" in the August issue of Naval History magazine.
24 August 2018
Trent Hone talks Navy fighting doctrine changes at the turn of the 20th Century on how they influenced the outcome of World War II. Trent is the author of "Learning War," which was just published by the Naval Institute Press.
13 August 2018
Major Nick Nethery, U.S. Army, discusses what's needed for the next generation of urban combat from his article "Prepare to Fight in Megacities," which appears in the August Proceedings.
11 August 2018
Lieutenant Katie Davidson, U.S. Navy, talks about how junior officers must help fix SWO training.
01 August 2018
23 July 2018
Petty Officer Second Class Erica Rands-Howard, U.S. Coast Guard, talks about her experiences as a brand new member of a cutter crew when she worked "double 4-to-8" watches, which broke her more than breaking her in.
16 July 2018
Don Walsh talks about diving to 36,000 feet in the Marianas Trench and other amazing adventures he had as one of the first "hydronauts" in the early '60s.
08 July 2018
August Cole, writer and futurist, calls into the Proceedings Podcast to talk about "Automated Valor," his short work of fiction that was exclusively published in the May issue of Proceedings and a host of other topics including the future of warfighting and military procurement.