U.S. Naval Institute PROCEEDINGS Magazine - July 1996
LIMITED ITEM. SURPLUS - PREVIOUSLY OWNED. Once 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 fantastic shape but does have some of the original owner's (Retired USAF Master Sergeant) sticker on the front.
Features of the Magazine:
- Volume 122/7/1,121
- What Price Leadership?
- SSNs Have Role in Low Intensity Conflicts
- Comment and Discussion
- USS Baltimore (CA-68)
- Combat Fleets
- World Naval Developments: Tacit Blue: Radar vs. Stealth
- The U.S. Navy: The Harbinger of a Threat
- Book Reviews & Books of Interest
- Professional Notes
- 122nd Annual Meeting and Sixth Annapolis Seminar: Defending the Navy's Culture
- Nobody Asked Me, But…Submarine Officer Training: A Required Shift in Focus
- Henry Morgan's Raid Is Relevant
- Carrier Aviation Faces an Uncertain Future
- Mrs. Boorda's Message to the Navy
- The U.S. Navy Must Re-Evaluate Its Doctrine
- Tomorrow's Fleet—Part I
- Stretched Too Thin
- High Altitude Endurance UAVs
- Fight Fast First
- Keeping Up With the Revolution
- Ducks in the Desert 2010
- Sell It Like It Is
- Give Her All You Got
- A Letter to the Plank Owners
- The Admiral, the Reporter, and the Sailor's Wife
- Could I Have Saved Admiral Boorda?
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