April 1962 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
VOLUME 88, NUMBER 4, WHOLE NO. 710
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Copyright @ 1962 by U. S. Naval Institute Proceedings The passenger liner Carpathia, after rescuing the Titanic's survivors, conducts a memorial service for the dead. Painting by
C. G. Evers.
HONORABLE MENTION, PRIZE ESSAY, 1962
Balanced Forces or Counterforce? 23
By George E. Lowe
Guerrilla Warfare Is Different 35
By William H. Hessler
Lone Carrier—Fact or Fancy? 49
By Cdr. A. H. Vito, Jr., USN
The Titanic Disaster 57
By John C. Carrothers
Let's Anchor Our Trained Technicians! 71
By Cdr. Carl Durtche, Jr., USN
The Fall of New Orleans 79
By H. 0. Werner
The Fury of the Seas (Pictorial) 87
Comment and Discussion 103
Book Reviews 116
Professional Reading 128
Professional Notes 136
A Page from the New Navy 161
A Message from the President 164
Secretary's Notes 16
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