September 1961 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
Vol. 87, No. 9, Whole No. 703
USS Forrestal (CVA-59) Front Cover
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POLITICS AND THE NAVAL OFFICER . . 29
By Lt. Cdr. Andrew G. Nelson, USN
THE VITAL KEY WEST AGREEMENT 35
By Capt. Robert P. Beebe, USN (Ret.)
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THE SECOND BATTLE OF MIDWAY 43
By Douglas B. Mauldin, JOC, USN
THE WHITE SHELF: A STUDY OF ARCTIC ICE JURISDIC-
By Cdr. Ben Partridge, USNR
THE ROLE OF COMPUTERS IN COMBAT CONTROL 59
By Lt. Cdr. John A. Chastain, USN
A CASE FOR A DOCTRINE OF UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE 66
By Robert Finley Delaney
COASTWATCHING IN WORLD WAR II 72
By Cdr. E. A. Feldt, RAN (Ret.)
Savannah, THE PIONEER MERCHANT SHIP . 81
By Robert L. Bachman
To SUBMARINES IN Two WORLD WARS (Pictorial) . 90
By Bodo Herzog and Allison Saville
COMMENT AND DISCUSSION 100
BOOK REVIEWS 112
PROFESSIONAL NOTES 126
A PAGE FROM THE NEW NAVY 170
SECRETARY'S NOTES 175