Articles by Fred H. Rainbow

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F. H. Rainbow
November 2016
In November each year we emphasize Marine content, in part to celebrate the Marine Corps in the anniversary month of its birthday, 10 November 1775. This issue features threearticles and ...

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By F. H. Rainbow
April 2005
With profound sadness, I have resigned as a member of the Naval Institute's professional staff and as the editor of this fine publication with this issue of Proceedings. I ...
GREG MATHIESON

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By F. H. Rainbow
February 2005
This year's West 2005—our annual San Diego conference and exposition cosponsored with AFCEA—will be the largest one in its 15-year history. Speakers, panelists, and moderators will address all aspects of: ...

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By F.H. Rainbow
January 2005
The theme of the 63rd anniversary Pearl Harbor Commemoration at the USS Arizona Memorial was "Voices of Pearl Harbor." In recognition of the importance of capturing the accounts of on-scene ...
GREG MATHIESON

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By F. H. Rainbow
December 2004
Members of the Naval Institute receive with this issue proposed changes to the Constitution and Bylaws. Chairman of the Board of Directors Rear Admiral Pat Stillman and Chairman Emeritus Vice ...
COURTESY OF DAVID DOUGLAS DUNCAN, FROM PHOTO NOMAD (NEW YORK: W. W. NORTON, 2003)

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By F.H. Rainbow
November 2004
November 2004 marks the 229th anniversary of the founding of the U.S. Marine Corps, and this issue focuses on Marines and Marine issues. The three prize-winning essays from the Marine ...
U.S. NAVY (JOHN BIVERA)

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By F.H. Rainbow
October 2004
Last month in this column, we said our seminar program is Proceedings Live—and at Forum 2004 on 7 September in Crystal City, the 18 speakers, panelists, and moderators delivered on ...

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By F.H. Rainbow
September 2004
At the Naval Institute, we believe our seminar program is Proceedings Live. We take issues identified on the pages of Proceedings—and many of the authors of these contributions—and feature ...

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By F.H. Rainbow
August 2004
The Coast Guard Essay Contest is back—and you can see for yourself the value of this effort by reading the three prize-winning essays in this issue. In all cases, the ...

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By F.H. Rainbow
July 2004
Time flies. It has been 20 years since the Naval Institute Press published its first novel—The Hunt for Red October by Tom Clancy. This book hit the Washington Post ...

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By F.H. Rainbow
June 2004
"Where’s the Chief?” This was the title of a 1995 Proceedings article by Captain Chris Johnson. The article reinforces the importance of senior enlisted professionals in today’s armed services. The ...

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By F.H. Rainbow
May 2004
The winning essays of the Arleigh Burke Essay Contest, sponsored by a grant from Northrop Grumman, are published in this issue. This longest-running of the Naval Institute’s essay contest, launched ...