October 1962 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
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The Coast Guard Cutter Taney is depicted on
weather station riding out a mid-ocean gale in this
month's cover watercolor by William S. Archibald. See "USCG—Always
Ready" page 90.
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Board of Control
Admiral George W. Anderson, U. S. Navy VICE-PRESIDENT
Rear Admiral Charles C. Kirkpatrick, U. S. Navy SECRETARY-TREASURER
Commander Ronald T. E. Bowler, Jr., U. S. Navy
Vice Admiral Robert B. Pirie, U. S. Navy Rear Admiral Paul D. Stroop, U. S. Navy Brigadier General B. A. Hochmuth, U. S.
Captain Jack A. Obermeyer, U. S. Navy Captain William P. Mack, U. S. Navy
Captain Gilbert F. Schumacher, U. S. Coast Guard
Admiral David D. Porter 1873
Rear Admiral John L. Worden 1874
Rear Admiral C. R. P. Rodgers 1875-78,1882-83 Commodore Foxhall A. Parker 1878-79
Rear Admiral John Rodgers 1879-82
Rear Admiral Thornton A. Jenkins 1883-85 Rear Admiral Edward Simpson 1885-87 Rear Admiral Stephen B. Luce 1887-98 Rear Admiral Win. T. Sampson 1898-1902 Rear Admiral H. C. Taylor 1902-1904
Rear Admiral C. F. Goodrich 1904-1909 Rear Admiral Richard Wainwright 1909-11 Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske 1911-23 Vice Admiral William L. Rodgers 1923-24 Admiral Henry B. Wilson 1924-26
Admiral Hilary P. Jones 1926-28
Rear Admiral Edward W. Eberle 1928-29 Admiral S. S. Robison 1929-31
Rear Admiral M. L. Bristol 1931-33 Admiral William H. Standley 1933-35 Admiral David Foote Sellers 1935-37 Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy 1937-40 Admiral H. R. Stark 1940-42
Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz 1942-43,1946-48 Fleet Admiral E. J. King 1943-46
Admiral Louis E. Denfeld 1948-50
Admiral Robert B. Carney 1950-52,1954-56 Admiral William M. Fechteler 1952-54 Admiral Arleigh A. Burke 1956-59,1960-61 Admiral Jerauld Wright 1959-60
The Problems of Counter-Insurgency 22
By Col. Edwin F. Black, USA
Is Experience Enough?
By Lt. Cdr. John T. Rigsbee, USN
The Amphibious Assault 47
By Capt. David S. Bill, Jr., USN
The Chilean Civil War, 1891 58
By Lt. Col. Don P. Wyckoff, USMC
The American Landing in Lebanon 65
By Robert McClintock
Orders Firm But Flexible 81
By Col. H. A. Hadd, USMC
USCG—Always Ready (Pictorial) 90
Comment and Discussion 104
Book Reviews 114
Professional Reading 12 2
Progress 1 58
A Page from the Old Navy 160
Secretary's Notes 164
Cdr. Roland T. E. Bowler, Jr., U. S. Navy
Roger C. Taylor
Earl E. Smith
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Capt. H. A. Seymour, U. S. Navy Prof. C. P. Lemieux, USNA
Lt. Cdr. Arnold S. Lott, U. S. Navy (Ret.)
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