January 1965 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
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Admiral Hilary P. Jones 1926-28
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Rear Admiral M. L. Bristol 1931-33
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Admiral Louis E. Denfeld 1948-50
Admiral Robert B. Carney 1950-52,1954-56 Admiral William M. Fechteler 1952-54
Admiral Arleigh A. Burke 1956-59,1960-61 Admiral Jerauld Wright 1959-60
Admiral George W. Anderson, Jr. 1961-63 Proceedings
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month's cover oil painting by Marcella Comes Winslow;
it is the first abstract painting to be included in the Nazy'sCombatAriCollection. See page 5.
VOLUME 91, NUMBER 1, WHOLE NO. 743
Secretary's Notes 4
Nuclear Propulsion: We Dare Not Delay . 26
By Lt. Cdr. Morris L. Hayes, USN
The Burden of Being Privileged 37
By Richard A. Cahill
Defense Management: The Navy's Position 43
By Capt. John B. Cline, SC, USN
Who Will Own the Ocean's Wealth? 52
By William J. Cromie
The Doctrine of Incremental Reduction • • . 62
By Cdr. Leahman J. Holt, USN
"Away the Boarding Party" 68
By Cdr. John D. Alden, USN
The Meaning of Service 76
By Lt. Jonathan T. Howe, USN
Anti-Aircraft Cruisers: The Life of a Class • • • 83
(Pictorial) By Norman Friedman
Comment and Discussion 100
Book Reviews 110
Professional Reading 116
Book List 118
Professional Notes 124
A Page from the New Navy 150
Vital Interests and Objectives of Our Major Allies 152
By Robert Strausz-Hupe
Index to Advertisers 159
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