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October 1961 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

October 1961 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute


UNITED STATES

:NAVAL INSTITUTE

PROCEEDINGS

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

October, 1961

Vol. 87, No. 10, Whole No. 704

THE BOMBARDMENT OF ALGIERS . . . . Front Cover

For further information regarding cover, see page 171

THE NATURE OF THE WAR WE ARE IN 25

By Anthony Trawick Bouscaren

THE SERVICE ACADEMIES AND HIGHER EDUCATION 41

By Capt. William E. Simons, USAF

COMMUNIST TERRORISM IN MALAYA

By Lt. Cdr. Ralph L. Muros, USN

THE OPENING OF THE ARCTIC OCEAN

By Lt. Cdr. James T. Strong, USN

NOFORMS ARE THE ANSWER

By Lt. Cdr. Andrew G. Nelson, USN

The opinions or assertions in the articles are the personal ones of the authors and are not to be construed as official. They do not necessarily reflect the views of either the Navy Department or the United States Naval Institute.

51 58 66

AMERICA'S UNDECLARED NAVAL WAR

By Wilfred P. Deac

. 70

All photographs, unless otherwise credited, are Official Department of Defense releases.

A QUESTION OF PERSONALITY

80

By Major Reginald Hargreaves, M.C.

Editorial and Business Offices: Annapolis, Maryland

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Copyright ® 1961 by U. S. Naval Institute

GOODBYE TO THE GAS BAGS (Pictorial) . 91

By Lt. Col. Robert H. Rankin, USMC

COMMENT AND DISCUSSION 112

BOOK REVIEWS 122

PROFESSIONAL NOTES 138

A PAGE FROM THE OLD NAVY ....... 166
SECRETARY'S NOTES 171

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