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Vol. 87, No. 5, Whole No. 699
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A2F INTRUDER . . . . ..... Front Cover
For further information regarding this painting, see page 185, and A Page From the New Navy, page 178.
THE ATTACK CARRIER—MOBILE MIGHT . 37
By Cdr. Albert H. Vito, Jr., USN
MARINE CORPS AVIATION . 48
By Lt. Col. Marshall R. Tutton, USMC
THE FUTURE OF THE SEAPLANE 54
By Lt. D. P. Kirchner, USN
INTERPLANETARY NAVIGATION 64
By Lt. Cdr. Robert B. Robinson, USN
STUDENT AVIATORS AND NAVAL AVIATION . 69
By Ens. David D. Sullivan, USN
PROJECT TRANSIT—NAVIGATION SATELLITE . 77
By Capt. Robert F. Freitag, USN
THOSE WONDERFUL NAVAL AVIATORS 84
By Capt. David Nash, USN
NAVAL AVIATION'S FIRST YEAR 89
By Gerald E. Wheeler
THE NAVY SPREADS ITS GOLDEN WINGS . . 97
By Vice Adm. Gerald F. Bogan, USN (Ret.)
FROM Box KITES TO SWEPT-BACK WINGS (Pictorial) 102
COMMENT AND DISCUSSION 122
BOOK REVIEWS . 131
PROFESSIONAL NOTES 145
A PAGE FROM THE NEW NAVY 178
A PAGE FROM THE OLD NAVY 181
SECRETARY'S NOTES . . .. 185