April 1957 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
April 1957, Vol. No. 83, No. 4, Whole No. 650
Front Cover: The USNS Yukon. For information concerning this month's cover picture, see Secretary's Notes.
TO CHOOSE PEACE OR WAR 359
By Samuel P. Huntington
THE EXERCISE OF BROAD COMMAND: STILL THE NAVY'S To SPECIALTY 370
By Captain William P. Mack, U. S. Navy
UNLUCKY IN JUNE: Hiyo MEETS Trigger 376
By Captain Edward L. Beach, U. S. Navy
THE ROLE OF THE CHIEF PETTY OFFICER IN THE MODERN NAVY. 386
By Chief Personnelman Don A. Kelso, U. S. Navy
STALKING THE Takao IN SINGAPORE HARBOR 392
By Commander G. W. Kittredge, U. S. Navy
AMERICO VESPUCIO—PIONEER CELO-NAVIGATOR AND GEOGRAPHER 396
By Frederick J. Pohl and Captain Leonard B. Loeb, U. S. Naval Reserve (Ret.)
WHO'S DISABLED? 405
By Captain W. W. Dinegar, U. S. Marine Corps
THE ARMY-NAVY CLUB OF MANILA 408
Captain T. C. Parker, U. S. Navy (Retired)
TANKER OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT 416
Colonel Lane C. Kendall, U. S. Marine Corps Reserve
THE MERCHANT TANKER FLEET (PICTORIAL SECTION) 428
DISCUSSIONS, COMMENTS, NOTES 440
BOOK REVIEWS 447
PROFESSIONAL NOTES 453
SECRETARY'S NOTES 469
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