January 1951 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
JANUARY, 1951 VINTAGE UNITED STATES NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS BOOK.
WAR SHIPS, SUBMARINES, ROCKETS FIRED, MILITARY, NAVY POLITICS AND MORE.
114 PAGES, TONS OF PICTURES, VERY GOOD CONDITION.
January Contents 1 9 5 1
Vol. No. 77, No. 1
Whole N. 373
U. S. STEAM FRIGATE Mississippi Front Cover
Courtesy Office, of Naval Records and Library
Going out to the rescue of the American steamer Hunter, a French bark, her prize, and an American pilot boat wrecked on Green Island near Vera Cruz, Mexico, March 21, 1847.
Iwo jIMA, ACME OF AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT 1
By Lieutenant Commander Jeter A. Isely, U. S. Naval Reserve
THE NAVY'S ROLE IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS (Honorable Mention, Special
Enlisted Prize Essay Contest, 1950) 15
By Chief Yeoman John E. McAuley, U. S. Navy
WHAT IS THIS THING LOGISTICS? r 21
By Captain K. C. McIntosh, (SC) U. S. Navy (Retired)
SOVIET "MORAL-POLITILemieuxY" AND THE MILITARY PRESS 29
By Commander C. P. Lemiettx, U. S. Naval Reserve (Inactive)
COMEBACK FOR THE PROPELLER 35
By Commander Robert A. Winston, U. S. Naval Reserve
BRITAIN'S SECRET WEAPON AGAINST THE BOLSHEVIKS 39
By Ensign George W. Patterson, III, U. S. Navy
THE ROCKET FIRING SUBMARINE 47
By Martin E. Holbrook
THE AIR WAR COLLEGE 53
By Captain Paul P. Blackburn, Jr., U. S. Navy
JAPANESE COMMENTARY ON GUADALCANAL 57
By Captain Toshikazu Ohmae, Imperial Japanese Navy
THE WORK OF SIR JULIAN CORBETT IN THE DREADNOUGHT ERA 61
By Peter Marsh Stanford
LIBERATION OF SOUTH KOREA (Pictorial Section) 73
DISCUSSION, COMMENTS, NOTES 85
BOOK REVIEWS 89
PROFESSIONAL NOTES 95
SECRETARY'S NOTES 115
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