November 1957 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
November 1957, Vol. No. 83, No. 11 Contents Whole No. 657
Front Cover: USS HANCOCK. For details concerning this month's cover, see page 1261.
Is U. S. AID TO THE ORIENT WORKING? 1149
By Joseph Z. Reday
RECRUITS AND BASIC LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 1159
By Captain W. J. Catlett, Jr., U. S. Navy
TOWARD A NUCLEAR-POWERED SEAPLANE 1168
By Commander Arthur D. Struble, U. S. Navy
THE COIN OF INDIVIDUAL DIGNITY 1174
By Lieutenant Commander Keith N. Sargent, U. S. Navy
THE 1J. S. MERCHANT MARINE AND NATIONAL DEFENSE 1178
By Rear Admiral Walter C. Ford, U. S. Navy (Retired)
FIRST LANDING AT THE POLE 1188
By Chief Journalist Joseph E. Oglesby, U. S. Navy
MIDDLE EAST CHALLENGE 1196
By Captain Brown Taylor, U. S. Navy
TSUNAMIS, THE STRANGEST WAVES ON THE SEA 1201
By Captain Elliott B. Roberts, U. S. Coast Er Geodetic Survey
No HIDING PLACE—OFF OKINAWA 1208
By Commander J. Davis Scott, U. S. Naval Reserve
NAVAL AVIATION IN THE JET AGE (Pictorial Section) 1214
By Dr. Gerald E. Wheeler
DISCUSSIONS, COMMENTS, NOTES 1235
BOOK REVIEWS 1239
PROFESSIONAL NOTES 1243
A PAGE FROM THE OLD NAVY 1258
SECRETARY'S NOTES 1261
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