January 1977 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
United States Naval Institute
Volume 103 /1 / 887
The Case for Foreign Military Sales
There are a number of reasons why sales of arms to the Persian Gulf and Arabian Peninsula countries is in the U. S. national interest and is likely to continue.
By Commander William C. Remick, USNR (Ret.)
The Future of the Navy
Not the least of an incoming President's problems is the fact that the Navy is becoming increasingly inadequate for the burdens placed on it by the nation's foreign policy.
By Barry M. Blechman
Panama As I See It
As this Navy widow sees it, based on her travels to Panama over the past 20 years, there is a solution to the Panama problem which might be fair to both Americans and Panamanians.
By Jean Gilbreath Neimeier
Canal Diplomacy and U. S. Interests
What Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford said on the campaign trail now is academic. President-elect Carter has taken some strong stands of his own on this controversial question.
By Captain Paul Ryan, USN (Ret.)
What Do Lawyers Do?
The command that conducts full and impartial investigations into every offense, serious or minor, is proving to its members that their rights are both important and protected.
By Lieutenant John A. Bannerman, USNR
Akiyama Saneyuki and . . . Japanese Naval Doctrine
As naval strategists, Makarov, Mahan, and Corbett gained a fame that eluded Japan's Akiyama. But his writings rank with theirs, and his influence on his own Navy was as great as theirs.
By Mark R. Peattie
The Pegasus (PHM-1) makes available to the Navy a new capability not provided by existing ships. The ship's prospective commanding officer has written a seven-page professional note on the Pegasus in this issue. (The photo is furnished courtesy of Boeing Aerospace Corporation.)
The Old Navy Leadership Forum Comment and Discussion Nobody asked me, but Book Reviews
Notable Naval Books
Professional Notes Weapon Systems Special: Tomorrow's
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.
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