August 1965 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
August, 1965 This month's cover, reproduced by courtesy of the Peabody Museum, Salem, Mass., is a detail from the "U. S. Cutter Hamilton. . . . In Her Gala Dress" in Boston Harbor, painted by
VOLUME 91, NUMBER 8, WHOLE NO. 750 R. Salmon in 1840.
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Renaissance of the Coast Guard 26
by The Hon. James A. Reed
A Long Look at the Rules 40
by Cdr. Edward F. Oliver, USCG
Don't Throw Away Your Sextants, Boys,
the Stars Will Rise Again' 54
by Lt. Cdr. Lawrence A. White, USCG
An Analysis of Navigation Practices
in the U. S. Navy 62
by Ens. Melville H. Lyman, III, USN
Little Ships With Long Arms 74
by Capt. J. M. Waters, Jr., USCG
The Military Value of the Cape Cod Canal 82
by Cdr. William J. Reid, USNR
The New Medium Endurance Cutters (Pictorial) . 92
by Cdr. William F. Tighe, Jr., USCG
and Barrel Gallagher
Comment and Discussion 108
Book Reviews 122
Professional Reading 129
Book List 130
Professional Notes 136
A Page from the Old Navy 170
Index to Advertisers 172