U.S. Naval Institute PROCEEDINGS Magazine - April. 1997

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U.S. Naval Institute PROCEEDINGS Magazine - April. 1997

(HWS-PROCEEDINGS-4-97)

LIMITED ITEM. SURPLUS - PREVIOUSLY OWNEDOnce they are gone we may not get any more.  SOLD AS IS.  NON-REFUNDABLE.

Nothing like holding an original magazine in your hand to read or refer back to specific articles.  This magazine has been siting in storage for quite a number of years.  It is in great shape but does have some of the original owner's (Retired USAF Master Sergeant) sticker on the front.

Features of the Magazine:

  • Volume 123/4/1,130
  • Articles:
    • Commentary: The Mediterranean Paradox
    • Comment and Discussion
    • The Next Carrier Piece by Piece
    • Running Too Silent and Too Deep?
    • War and Peace in a Virtual World
    • Proteus Shackled: The Future of War
    • The Commanders Respond
    • Operation Entitlement
    • Follow Me!
    • The Navy That Almost Was
    • Pictorial: 35th Annual Photo Contest Winners
    • Time for Real Reform
    • Does Maritime Patrol Have a Future?
    • Sea Control Remains Critical
    • Poor Man's A-Bomb?
    • Nobody Asked Me But . . . Warrior Training Must Be the Highest Priority
    • Nobody Asked Me But . . . Maneuver Warfare Lives Inside the Lifelines
    • Professional Notes
    • Book Reviews & Books of Interest
    • Points of Interest: Food Allowance Reform Helps Some, Hurts Others
    • World Naval Developments: Japan Rejects Missile Defense
    • Combat Fleets
    • Patrol Squadron Nine (VP-9)
    • Notebook
    • Advertisements

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