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May 1965 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

May 1965 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

Proceedings
May, 1965 "An Attack on
VOLUME 91, NUMBER 5, WHOLE NO. 747 a Galleon" is the
title of this month's
cover painting, property
of the Wilmington
Society of Fine Arts, by Howard Pyle. The painting is from Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates, courtesy Harper & Row.
See "Piracy—A Modern Conspectus," page 71.
The U. S. Naval Institute is a private, professional society for all who are interested in naval and maritime affairs. It is a self-supporting, non-profit organization and is not a part of the U. S. Navy Department.
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All photographs, unless otherwise credited, are official Department of Defense releases.
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Copyright © 1965 by U. S. Naval Institute.
Secretary's Notes 4
Soviet Oceanography Today 26
by Capt. T. K. Treadzvell, Jr., USN
The Military and Power in the United States 38
by Lt. Cdr. Ronald J. Kurth, USN
Prestige on the Lower Deck 46
by YWCA Alfred W. Tranter, USN
The Role of the U. S. Navy in Mine Warfare 52
by Capt. J. S. Cowie, RN (Ret.)
Why Not A Naval Medical School? 64
by Capt. J. L. Whatley, MC, USN
Piracy—A Modern Conspectus 71
by Capt. Burdick H. Brittin, USN (Ret.)
Don't Give Up the Ship' 82
by Maj. Hugh D. Purcell, USAR
The Combat Swimmer (Pictorial) 95
by Lt. David H. Watts, USNR, and Lt. James J. Ritter, USNR
Comment and Discussion
Book Reviews
Professional Reading
Book List
Professional Notes
Notebook
Progress
A Page from the New Navy Index to Advertisers
112 126 134 136 142 156 170 172 176

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