April 1964 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
Front Cover, US Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 90, Number 4, Whole Number 734, April 1964. GGA Image ID # 14182c1617
On The Cover: This month's cover oil pointing by Warren Sheppard shows the record-setting, extreme clipper ship, Flying Cloud, shortened down in a fresh breeze. Painting courtesy The Mariner's Museum.
The April 1964 Issue of Naval Proceedings Magazines featured articles include The Unfaced Challenge, Submarine Versus Free World, The Suez Operation, The First American Oceanographer, and Patrol Guerrilla Motor Boats. The Clipper Ship, Flying Cloud is on the Cover.
This Month's Contents
- Secretary’s Notes
- The Unfaced Challenge, Submarine Versus Free World
By John D. Alden, Cdr. USN
- The Suez Operation
By James Stewart, Lt. Cdr., RN
By Hanson IV. Baldwin
- The First American Oceanographer
By William J. Cromie
- Patrol Guerrilla Motor Boats
By John Harllee, Rear Adm., USN (Ret.)
- Guns Have Not Gone Yet!
By John 0. Stull, Cdr., USN (Ret.)
- One Tour in a Mackerel Taxi—and How It Grew
By E. E. Mouton, Cdr., USN
- Oceanographers at Sea (Pictorial)
- Comment and Discussion
- Book Reviews
- Professional Reading
- Book List
- Professional Notes
- A Page from the Old Navy
- Index to Advertisers
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