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May 1953 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

May 1953 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

1953 May


May 1953, Vol. No. 79, No. 5, Whole No. 603

Front Cover: This month's cover picture is reproduced with special permission of the
U. S. Marine Corps from the' painting by John Clymer. The original painting hangs in the Commandant's Office, Marine Corps Headquarters.

Contents

U. S. MARINES FIGHT OFF THE BOXERS, PEKING, 1900 Front Cover



ON MARITIME STRATEGY (Honorable Mention, 1953) 467
By Captain J. C. Wylie, Jr., U. S. Navy

RENDEZVOUS IN REVERSE 478
By Captain Edwin T. Layton, U. S. Navy

JAPAN AFTER INDEPENDENCE 487
By Admiral Kichisaburo Nomura, Former Imperial Japanese Navy

THE NATO DEFENSE COLLEGE 491
By Captain M. R. G. Wingfield, Royal Navy

THE MOBILIZATION OF SHIPPING FOR WAR 495
By Lieutenant Graydon Shaw Staring, U. S. Naval Reserve

MANILA OR NON-MANILA 505
By Lieutenant Commander H. Seward Lewis, U. S. Navy

WHAT IS THE MILITARY MIND? 509
By Commander H. E. Smith (CEC), U. S. Navy

THE POOR MAN'S TUGBOAT 515
By Captain Ronald J. Woodaman, U. S. Navy

SELL AMERICA 523
By Commander Daniel V. James, U. S. Navy

SCAPEGOAT OF THE Chesapeake-Shannon BATTLE 528
By Arthur Larsen

THE Q-SHIP--CAUSE AND EFFECT 533
By First Lieutenant Richard W. Smith, U. S. Marine Corps

SALUTE TO THE N.R.O.T.C. (Part I) (Pictorial Section) 543

DISCUSSIONS, COMMENTS, NOTES 559

BOOK REVIEWS 565

PROFESSIONAL NOTES 575

SECRETARY'S NOTES 591

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

May, 1953

Edited by COMMANDER JOSEPH K. TAUSSIG, JR., U. S. NAVY
Managing Editor—COMMANDER ROY DE S. HORN, U. S. NAVY (RET.)
Senior Associate Editor—LIEUTENANT COMMANDER H. 0. WERNF.R,
U. S. NAVAL RESERVE (INACTIVE)

Associate Editors

COMMANDER J. V. NOEL, JR., U. S. NAVY
COMMANDER C. P. LEMIEUX, U. S. NAVAL RESERVE (INACTIVE)
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR ROBERT M. LANGDON, U. S. NAVAL ACADEM

United States Naval Institute
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Copyright, 1953, by U. S. Naval Institute

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