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May 1946 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

May 1946 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

Naval Institute Proceedings, May 1946, Vol. No. 72, No. 5 Whole No. 519

Table of Contents

  1. The Decisive Battle of the Pacific War
    (Honorable Mention, 1946)
    By Waimer Elton Strope
  2. The Armed Services in Relation to a National Oil Policy
    By Commodore William G. Greenmati, U. S. Navy
  3. The Role Of Operations Research In The Navy
    By Dr. Jacinto Steinhardt
  4. Typhoons in the North Pacific
    By Commander Richard C. Drum Hunt, U. S. Navy
  5. Our Naval Attaché System: Its Origins And Development To 1917
    By Lieutenant William L. Sachse, U. S. Naval Reserve
  6. The Verdict Is “Guilty”
    By John Brook Penfold
  7. Famous Chaplain Teachers of Midshipmen, 1800-1845
    By Captain C. M. Drury, {Che. C.), U. S. Naval Reserve
  8. Naval Policy for the Individual
    By Captain J. M. Kennaday, U. S. Navy
  9. Charting a War
    By Lieutenant Commander Geoffrey C. Inglelon, R.A.N. (Retired)
  10. Some Notes on Japan
    By Lieutenant (J.G.) Bertram Vogel, U. S. Naval Reserve
  11. Discussions, Comments, Notes
  12. Book Reviews
  13. Notes on International Affairs
  14. Professional Notes
  15. Secretary’s Notes

The opinions or assertions in the articles are the private ones of the writers, and are not to be
construed as official or reflecting the views of the Navy Department or the naval service at large.

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