August 1962 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
VOLUME 88, NUMBER 8, WHOLE NO. 714
A New Formula for Sea Power 23
By John J. Clark and Edwin B. Hewes
Political Trends in Black Africa 35
By Capt. Carl H. Amme, Jr., USN
Antarctica—White Continent of Promise 45
By August C. Miller, Jr.
The Military Manager, the Image and the Man 59
By Cdr. H. R. 7 all, USIA'
The Coming Cold War on the Sea Lanes 64
By Desmond i4"ettern
Constitution versus Guerriere 72
By Linda McKee
Solomons Battle Log 81
By Ens. George B. Weems, USN
and Capt. F. A. Andrews, USN
Polaris Test Ship—Observation Island (Pictorial) 93
By Capt. G. M. Boyd, USN
Comment and Discussion 107
Book Reviews 114
Professional Reading 124
Professional Notes 130
A Page from the New Navy 152
Secretary's Notes 157
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Captain Isaac Hull commanded the Frigate Constitution in her historic duel with Guerriere. (See page 72.) Painting by Gilbert Stuart. Photograph of the
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