October 1961 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
For the advancement of professional, literary, and scientific knowledge in the Navy
Vol. 87, No. 10, Whole No. 704
THE BOMBARDMENT OF ALGIERS . . . . Front Cover
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THE NATURE OF THE WAR WE ARE IN 25
By Anthony Trawick Bouscaren
THE SERVICE ACADEMIES AND HIGHER EDUCATION 41
By Capt. William E. Simons, USAF
COMMUNIST TERRORISM IN MALAYA
By Lt. Cdr. Ralph L. Muros, USN
THE OPENING OF THE ARCTIC OCEAN
By Lt. Cdr. James T. Strong, USN
NOFORMS ARE THE ANSWER
By Lt. Cdr. Andrew G. Nelson, USN
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AMERICA'S UNDECLARED NAVAL WAR
By Wilfred P. Deac
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A QUESTION OF PERSONALITY
By Major Reginald Hargreaves, M.C.
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GOODBYE TO THE GAS BAGS (Pictorial) . 91
By Lt. Col. Robert H. Rankin, USMC
COMMENT AND DISCUSSION 112
BOOK REVIEWS 122
PROFESSIONAL NOTES 138
A PAGE FROM THE OLD NAVY ....... 166
SECRETARY'S NOTES 171