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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 ...
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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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