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.
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.
03 October 2017
Bill and Ward chat about the latest around the "Fat Leonard" scandal and the T-45 OBOGS problem. Bill also digs deep into how the U.S. Navy should deal with China.
27 September 2017
In the first episode of the Proceedings Podcast, Ward Carroll and Bill Hamblet discuss the most recent "Fat Leonard" news as well as the latest news on the collisions at sea and the T-45 oxygen system problems. The team also highlights feature articles from the October issue of Proceedings — the Submarine issue.