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October 1949 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

October 1949 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

United States Naval Institute Proceedings, October 1949, Vol. 75, No. 10 Whole No. 560. For the Advancement of Professional, Literary, and Scientific Knowledge in the Navy

Contents

  • VULCAN'S WORKSHOP—MANUFACTURING GIANT NAVAL CANNON AT THE U. S. NAVAL GUN FACTORY, WASHINGTON, D. C. Front Cover
    Official U. S. Navy Photograph
  • SEA POWER AND A NATIONAL GENERAL STAFF
    By Lieutenant Colonel J. D. Hittle, U. S. Marine Corps
  • ADMIRAL YAMAMOTO
    By James A. Field, Jr.
  • PREFACE TO LEADERSHIP
    By Herbert G. Telsey
  • NAVY OVERLAND TRANSPORTATION METHODS IN THE POLAR REGIONS
    By George W. Grupp
  • THE HISTORIC FLIGHT OF THE CORAL SEA NEPTUNES
    By Lieutenant Commander M. W. Cagle, U. S. Navy
  • A CHALLENGE FOR THE LINE OFFICER
    By Commander James C. Shaw, U. S. Navy
  • THE SHAPE OF TOMORROW'S TORPEDO
    By Warren Hughes
  • BATTLESHIP BANZAI!
    By Captain Walter Karig, U. S. Naval Reserve (Rel.), Lieutenant Commander Russell Harris, U. S. Naval Reserve, and Lieutenant Commander Frank A. Manson, U. S. Navy
  • ROUND-SHOT TO ROCKETS
    By Lieutenant Commander Harry C. Allendorfer, U. S. Navy
  • THE WASHINGTON NAVY YARD AND U. S. NAVAL GUN FACTORY
    (Pictorial Section)
  • DISCUSSIONS, COMMENTS, NOTES
  • BOOK REVIEWS
  • PROFESSIONAL NOTES
  • 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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UNITED STATES

NAVAL INSTITUTE

PROCEEDINGS

For the advancement of professional, literary and
scientific knowledge in the Navy

October, 1949

Edited by CAPTAIN W. G. COOPER, U. S. NAVY
Managing EditOr—COMMANDER ROY DE S. HORN, U. S. NAVY (RET.)

Associate Editors

CAPTAIN JOSEPH M. P. WRIGHT, U. S. NAVY
COMMANDER C. P. LEMIEUX, U. S. NAVAL RESERVE (INACTIVE)
LIEUTENANT COMMANDER H. 0. WERNER,
U. S. NAVAL RESERVE (INACTIVE)

United States Naval Institute

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Copyright, 1949, by U. S. Naval Institute

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