December 1968 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
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Secretary's Notes 24
How Young We Were 26
by Capt. Paul B. Ryan, USN (Ret.)
"The One Best Way" to Oblivion? 37
by Roger A. Beaumont
A Mistaken War 42
by Rear Adm. Teizaburo Fukuda, IJN (Ret.)
Postscript to Palomares 48
by Lt. Sanchez Goode, USN
Gulf of Aqaba and Strait of Tiran 54
by Carl F. Salmis
"A Hell of a Christmas" 63
by Col. Cornelius C. Smith, Jr., USMCR (Ret.)
The Great Stone Fleet 72
by Cdr. Arthur Gordon, USNR (Ret.)
Pictorial—The Wonderful World of Dilbert 83
Comment and Discussion 99
Notable Naval Books of 1968 114
Book Reviews 124
Professional Notes 132
The Old Navy 148
Index for the 1968 Proceedings 161
Book List 182
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