Commander Miller received his early education in the public school system of Hammond, Indiana, graduating from the U. S. Naval Academy in 1933. Prior to the war he served in the U.S.S. Houston (CL-81), first as Damage Control Officer and then as Executive Officer. He completed the Naval War College Junior Course in Strategy and Tactics in 1947. He served the following two years on the Staff of the President, Naval War College, first as a member of the Department of Strategy and Tactics and later as Head of Plans, and is now in command of the U.S.S. Hollister (DD-788).

Articles by George H. Miller

Must We Live in Fear?

By Captain George H. Miller, U. S. Navy
July 1953
We are a frightened people! The citizens of the United States of America, that colossus among nations, live in fear. Our children are taught to hide beneath their school room ...

Shall We Blow Them Up?

By Captain George H. Miller, U. S. Navy
February 1953
We have been attempting to negotiate an armistice with the Communists in Korea for twenty months. Sometimes it seems as though our negotiators are getting nowhere. At other times they ...

Sea Power of Tomorrow

By Captain George H. Miller, U. S. Navy
September 1952
Why have we been able to fight successfully in Korea? Why have we been able to maintain our positions five thousand miles across the sea, despite the most strenuous efforts ...

Strategy of the Future - A Second Look

By Commander George H. Miller, U. S. Navy
May 1950
Today the American people are feeling their way along the difficult path of world leadership. Most of us are apprehensive and at times are bewildered by the many pitfalls which ...