April 1994 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
U.S. Naval Institute April 1994 Volume 120/4/1,094
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34 Arleigh Burke Essay Contest Winner
Is There a Doctrine In the House?
By Lieutenant Commander Scott A. Hastings, USN
The naval services need to get The Word down—then get it out.
40 The Imperative of Honor
By Vice Admiral William P. Lawrence, USN (Ret.)
42 Integrity Is Up To You
By General George Lee Butler, USAF (Ret.)
43 The Honor Code: Master or Servant?
By Vice Admiral Howard B. Thorsen, USCG (Ret.)
44 What Price Honor?
By Josiah Bunting III
63 Commitments and Intervention
By Colonel James A. Donovan, USMC (Ret.)
It's time to review our Cold War commitments—and then reduce them.
46 It's More Than Ships
By Lieutenant Commander J. T. Kemper, SC, USN (Ret.)
The United States can turn over ships to other countries—but needs to provide a whole lot more.
50 It Begins With Recruiting
By Major Keith A. Seiwell, USMC
. . . if the Marine Corps is to reflect accurately the population it serves.
56 Combat Ready?
By Lieutenant John T. Burns, USN
True tactical proficiency is a perishable commodity. 59 In Stride
By Lee M. Hunt
Will the minesweepers ever be able to keep pace with the operators?
68 New Leader of the Pact
By Lieutenant Colonel Douglas C. Rape, USMC
". . . From the Sea" and an expanded NATO go handin-hand.
72' New Cruising Cutter
By Commander Michael W. Collier, USCG
Versatility is the key in the new design.
75 The U. S. Naval Academy Where to in the 21st Century?
By Colonel David A. Smith, USAF (Ret.)
The Academy needs to go back to the future. The Legacy of Leadership
By Rear Admiral Thomas C. Lynch, USN
Burke's Law is still in effect.
81 Pictorial: 32d Annual Photo Contest Winners
The Naval Institute's True Mission
TQL Forum 98
Who Needs TQL?
Schwarzkopf the Man
Nobody asked me, buts 101
Why Doesn't the Coast Guard Train Officers in Joint Matters?
Who's to Blame When Women Don't Measure Up?
The Paper Corps Professional Notes 105
Full Circle: The Evolution of Sea-
The S-3 is Right for the Coast Guard Variable Draft Broadens SWATH Horizons New Directions Dictate Hardware Changes
Secretary's Notes 7
Comment and Discussion 13
Book Reviews 115
Russian Naval Views 118
The U.S. Navy 120 World Naval Developments • 123
Combat Fleets 125
Lest We Forget 126
Index to Advertisers 127
Cover: The Marine Reserve RH-53D with aggressor markings (Capt. Rick Mullen, USMCR) is 1 of 18 winners in this year's photo contest—see Pictorial, pp. 81-97.
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