December 1964 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
VOLUME 90, NUMBER 12, WHOLE NO. 742
In this month's cover photograph, by Mr. Hans Marx, the Norwegian Merchant Marine's three-masted barque, Staatsraad Lehmkuhl, is seen en route to Bermuda during the 1964 Tall Ships Race.
See page 82.
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Secretary's Notes 4
The Soviet Maritime Establishment 26
By Frank A. Nemec
Missiles and Missions 38
By Lt. Cdr. Wayne Hughes, Jr., USN
The Human Factor in Deterrence 44
By Joseph I. Coffey
Persuading the U-Boats 52
By Lt. Robert D. Wells, USN
Ship Archaeology in the Aegean 60
By Peter Throckmorton
Career Planning: Myth or Reality 69
By Lt. Cdr. Richard T. Speer, USN
John Longitude Harrison 74
By Capt. Donald Macintyre, RN (Rel.)
Tall Ships Race (Pictorial) 82
By Hans Marx
Comment and Discussion 106
Book Reviews 116
Book List 128
Professional Notes 134
A Page from the Old Navy 164
Index for the 1964 PROCEEDINGS 167
Index to Advertisers 183
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