August 1961 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
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Vol. 87, No. 8, Whole No. 702
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ADMIRAL ARLEIGH A. BURKE,
U. S. NAVY, (RETIRED) . . . . . . . Front Cover
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THE FIRST HUNDRED DAYS OF THE NEW FRONTIER . 27
By Lt. Cdr. Robert J. Massey, USN
OCEANOGRAPHY—OLD SCIENCE, NEW FUTURE . 40
By Lt. Cdr. J. R. Morgan, USN
RUSSIA AND RED CHINA—MUTUAL NEMESES .
By Lt. Col. Adrian St. John, USA
ICEBREAKERS SOUTH . . . . .
By Capt. Edwin A. McDonald, USN
PROBLEMS OF CONTEMPORARY DEFENSE PLANNING . 69
By Capt. A. F. B. Fraser-Harris, RCN
THE WILL TO WIN .. . 75
By Anthony Harrigan
GERMAN SUBMARINES IN THE FAR EAST . 80
By Allison W. Saville
NAS WHIDBEY ISLAND (Pictorial) . 95
By Douglas B. Mauldin, JOC, USN
COMMENT AND DISCUSSION . 102
BOOK REVIEWS 114
PROFESSIONAL NOTES 128
A PAGE FROM THE OLD NAVY 158
SECRETARY'S NOTES 161