January 1969 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
JANUARY 1969 NO. 1 VOL. 95, NO. 79 I
UNITED STATES NAVAL INSTITUTE
COVER The familiar features of Fleet Admiral E. J. King, U. S. Navy, are as famous in their own way as the elements of the mighty U. S. Navy Fleet which he once commanded. The artist, Raymond P. R. Neilson, graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy, Class of 1905, and, until his death in 1964, was an Associate Member of the National Academy. The original portrait of Fleet Admiral King is now in Memorial Hall at the U. S. Naval Academy.
18 The Command Personality
Their biographers have not done right by World War H's top admirals.
by Professor E. B. Potter
26 The Deep Questions
A Trident Scholar midshipman looks into Navy DSVs.
by Ensign Jay M. Cohen
38 NATO: Now is the time for all good members... NATO members share alike in its benefits—but not its burdens.
by J. A. Robinson
48 Arctic Passages of North America
The lure of the Arctic's frozen treasures focuses new attention on the storied Northwest Passage.
by R. J. Boyle
56 Night Fight Off Oran
A nocturnal shoot-out between a Mediterranean marauder and a posse of hunter-killers.
by Vice Admiral H. Sanders, USN (Ret.)
64 Tropical Africa's Nascent Navies
Can Black Africa's new nations aspire to defend their coasts and waterways?
by R. K. Baker
72 The Alcalde of Monterey
A Navy padre tames a raw California town.
by Captain R. J. Plumb, ChC, USNR (Ret.)
84 Pictorial—Our First Steel Warships
The opinions or assertions in the articles are the personal ones of the authors and are not to be construed as official. They do not necessarily reflect the views of either the Navy Department or the U. S. Naval Institute.
16 Secretary's Notes
100 Comment and Discussion 112 Book Reviews
121 Professional Reading 126 Professional Notes 141 The Old Navy
154 Book List