June 1982 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
U. S. Naval Institute June 1982 Volume 108/6/952
22 Thank God for the Sitting Ducks!
By Admiral Thomas B. Hayward, USN 11,1i C
27 A Basis for Tactical Thought
By Theodore C. Taylor
When the chips are down, be it on the baseball diamond or on the battlefield, "You play the way you practice."
34 The Dwindling Muster
By Commander Donald L. Pilling, USN
The Navy must join with the academic world and society to correct the decline in quality of the nation's youth.
By Robert Mason lifC .4 (6 Ott mtpwAy
What should a naval officer do when he witnesses an officer senior to him doing something he knows to be wrong?
46 Is Technology the Culprit?
By Captain J. R. Seesholtz, USN
Which of the following is correct? Our complex, costly weapon systems will save us—or destroy us.
51 FMF for the RDF
By Commander Martin L. Cover III, USN
"The Corps for More!" recruiters used to say. The "more" this author proposes to give the Marines may be more than the Corps bargained for.
56 The Crusader: Farewell to the Fleet—Pictorial By Lieutenant Commander Peter B. Mersky, USNR
62 Soviet Snow Job
By Captain E. J. Thaubald, USN
"Man is the smartest of the animals, but only man has said so." Can the same be said of the Soviet claim to superpower status?
70 Strait Shooting
By Lieutenant Commander James A. Hazlett, USN
The Law of the Sea could give way to the Law of the Jungle if the straits' states begin firing their missiles.
Old Navy PeA " 74
Under the Cloak of Night Leadership Forum 76
Conduct Unbecoming Nobody asked me, but 90
Summer Cruise Blues
Book Reviews 93
Air War in Vietnam
The American Magic Dictionary of American
Naval Fighting Ships
Professional Notes 100
Attack Submarine: The
Hidden Persuader Unmarked Cars of the Fleet
UNITAS: Exercising a
Zero Tolerance for Drug Abuse
Sharpening the Claws of the Tomcat
Attack! The Tomcat's Birthright
The Elusive OSR "Pride in Her Name" Energy: The Winnable
U. S. Navy 121
Pro and Pro
H.A.R.M.L.E.S.S. Forum A Pair of Theirs
Other Departments Secretary's Notes 9
Comment and Discussion 18
Books of Interest 97
Index to Advertisers 128 Cover: Photographer Fred Maroon knew just where to look for the William H. Bates (SSN-680); but Fred's on our side and an enemy might have more difficulty finding one of these "Hidden Persuaders" discussed by Art Van Saun on pages 100-103 and by Norman Polmar on pages 121-122.
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