Proceedings Magazine - August 1959

Front Cover, Cabrillo Discovers Santa Catalina Island, US Naval Institute Proceedings, August 1959.

Front Cover, Cabrillo Discovers Santa Catalina Island, US Naval Institute Proceedings, August 1959.

UNITED STATES NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS

For the advancement of professional, literary, and scientific knowledge in the Navy

Vol. 85, No. 8, Whole No. 678, August 1959

The August 1959 issue of Proceedings featured articles included A Crisis in Communications, The Lesser Deterrent, The New Fleet Marine Force, Antisubmarine Defense Group ALFA, Know Thine Enemy, and more.

Contents

CABRILLO DISCOVERS SANTA CATALINA ISLAND Front Cover
For details concerning this month's painting, see page 157.

A CRISIS IN COMMUNICATIONS
By Commander Harvey O. Webster, USN

THE LESSER DETERRENT
By Captain Brown Taylor, USN

THE NEW FLEET MARINE FORCE
By Robert B. Asprey

ANTISUBMARINE DEFENSE GROUP ALFA
By Captain Thomas D. McGrath, USN

THE WEAK LINK
By Lieutenant Paul L. Anderson, USN

THE STORY OF GROG IN THE ROYAL NAVY
By Commander Ben W. Blee, USN

KNOW THINE ENEMY
By Captain J. V. Heimark, USN

DOLLARS AND SONS
By Lieutenant Colonel Anthony L. Wermuth, USA

CAPTAIN JOSHUA JAMES—LIFESAVER NONPAREIL
By Commander Arnold E. Carlson, USCG

THE SAN FRANCISCO MARITIME MUSEUM (Pictorial)

COMMENT AND DISCUSSION

BOOK REVIEWS (Paperbacks on Modern Warfare)

PROFESSIONAL NOTES

SECRETARY'S NOTES

(All photographs, unless otherwise credited, are Official Department of Defense releases.)

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