November 1992 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
U.S. Naval Institute November 1992 Volume 118/11/1,077
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12 Something Old for Something New
By General Carl E. Mundy, Jr., USMC
Navy expeditionary forces are our best bet for the austere years ahead. So what else is new?
30 Still Go-ing ... Amphibious Warfare
By Lieutenant General Bernard E. Trainor, USMC (Ret.)
In fact, it's the reenergized key to our naval future.
34 Interview: The Path Ahead for 'Gators and Marines
With Rear Admiral J. B. LaPlante, USN
The Gulf War's top 'Gator points the way toward a Golden Age.
39 Building Blocks of Naval Power
By Admiral Frank B. Kelso II, USN
From the CNO, a top-down look at an oft-neglected foundation stone.
46 Keeping the Coast Clear
By Douglas Ramsdell
Too hard? Tell that to the Reserves! 50 Still Misunderstood
By Lieutenant Commander Joseph B. Thomas, USNR
Okay, one last time: this is inshore undersea warfare .. .
Marine Corps Contest Prizewinners
55 Let's Abolish the Corps
By Major Harries-Clichy Peterson, Jr., USMC
Two Generals Krulak can't be wrong . . .
59 The Marine Corps' Computer Problem
By Captain Sean Coughlin, USMCR
On the operational edge, things are looking grim.
62 Maneuver Warfare—From Theory to Practice
By Commander Terry C. Pierce, USN
It doesn't start—or stop—at the high-water mark.
68 Two Wrongs Don't Make It Right
By John Luddy
Women in combat & sexual harassment.
71 Make the Word Become the Vision
By Captains Peter M. Swartz and John L ByGnuadalcanal
—and a rallying point for the naval services.
80 50 Years Ago...
Fork to Victory
By Jack Sweetman
As Churchill might have said: It was the beginning of the end of the beginning.
C83 An Unhandsome Quitting By General Merrill B. Twining, USMC (Ret.)
For the abandoned Marines—a second day that would live in. infamy.
93 . . . From the Sea 88 ComAirSols: A Real Joint Command
By Major General John P. Condon, USMC (Ret.)
Fighting for survival, the triservice aviators went "purple"—long before it was fashionable.
Leadership Forum 74
Leading Women Marines
Back to Guadalcanal
Professional Notes 97
Pick the Best Unmanned Air Vehicle Navy UAVs Need a Sponsor
LX: Key to the Future of the Amphibious Navy
The Best-Kept Secret in Pentagon
Is There A Place For the Mk-71
8-inch Gun? Seahawk or Sitting Duck
Civil Affairs in the Gulf War
The Gulf War's Patched-Together Air Intelligence
Nobody asked me, but 112
Aviation: It's About Support
Secretary's Notes 9
Comment and Discussion 16
Book Reviews 113
Books of Interest 117
The Republic Navies 119
World Naval Developments 123 Combat Fleets 125
Index to Advertisers 128
Cover: The Navy air cushion landing craft racing toward shore with Marine light assault vehicles represents well the spirit of the Navy-Marine Corps White Paper ".. . From the Sea" (pp. 93-96) and the other special sections in this issue. (Cover photo courtesy of U.S. Navy Recruiting Command.)
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