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October 1968 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

October 1968 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

UNITED STATES NAVAL INSTITUTE
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OH(TORS
Rear Admiral Henry L. Miller, U. S. Navy Rear Admiral W. P. Mack, U. S. Navy Brigadier General Herman Poggemeyer,
U. S. Marine Corps
Captain Lawrence Heyworth, Jr., U. S. Navy Captain Albert A. Heckman, U. S. Coast Guard Captain Raymond A. Komorowski, U. S. Navy
Past Presidents
Admiral David D. Porter 1873
Rear Admiral John L. Worden 1874
Rear Admiral C. V. R. 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. Denfield 1948-50
Admiral Robert B. Carney 1950-52,1954-56 Admiral William M. Fechtler 1952-54
Admiral Arleigh A. Burke 1956-59,1960-61 Admiral Jerauld Wright 1959-60
Admiral George W. Anderson, Jr. 1961-63 Admiral David L. McDonald 1963-67
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Associate Editors
Capt. W.S. DeLany, Jr., U. S. Navy Robert A. Lambert
Prof. C. P. Lemieux
U. S. NAVAL INSTITUTE BOOKS
Editor
Lt. Cdr. Arnold S. Lott, U. S. Navy (Retired)
Louise Gerretson, Assistant Editor Mary Veronica Amoss, Assistant Editor Kenneth G. Walsh, Assistant Editor
NAVAL REVIEW
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Frank Uhlig, Jr.
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ART DEPARTMENT
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Proceedings
October 1968
THE COVER
The near-classic
Antarctic panorama of
Cape Hallett Station on Moubray Bay serves admirably to set the scene for William J. Cromie's "Deep Freeze Goes on," an account of the Navy's 12-year operation at the bottom of the world. In the foreground is the USCG icebreaker Glacier (WAGB-4). Photo by Photographer's Mate First Class R. F. Clayton, USCG.
VOLUME 94, NUMBER 10, WHOLE NO. 788
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.
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 U. S. Naval Institute.
All photographs, unless credited, are official Department. of Defense releases.
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Copyright ® 1968 by U. S. Naval Institute. Secretary's Notes 24
Seapower and the Superpowers 26
by Capt. Carl H. Amme, USN (Ret.)
The Navy's Stake in Antarctica 36
by William J. Cromie
Systems Analysis: Something Old, Something New 45
by Capt. Charles B. Bishop, USN
Flags of Whose Convenience? 50
by John J. Clark
Soviet Beachhead in the Third World 60
by Lt. Cdr. Jonathan T. Howe, USN
Micronesia: Especial Trust 68
by Cdr. Daniel J. Morgiewicz, USN
Last in the Hearts of His Countrymen 80
by Philip B. Yeager
Pictorial—The U. S. Naval Weapons Laboratory, Dahlgren, Virginia 89
Photography by JOC Robert D. Moeser, USN (Ret.)
Comment and Discussion 101
Book Reviews 115
Professional Reading 123
Professional Notes 128
The Old Navy 147
Progress 152
Notebook 154
Book List 164

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