Graduated from the Naval Academy in 1926, Captain Brown was a destroyer and destroyer squadron commander during World War II. A gunnery officer and student of ordnance before the war, he served in the Bureau of Ordnance on several occasions, establishing that Bureau’s post-war Guided Missile program. Later he commanded the U.S.S. Mississippi (EAG-128) and is currently serving on the Armed Forces Special Weapons Project.

Articles by B. F. Brown

A Line Officer Looks At Military Law

By Captain B. F. Brown, U. S. Navy
March 1954
While there has been a great deal of comment in the last few years on the subject of military law, the bulk of it has been concerned with the technicalities ...