July 1980 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
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26 Nine Prejudices About Future Naval Systems
By David C. Hazen
V/STOL aircraft have had their ups and downs, but they are almost certain to be incorporated into the fleet in decades to come.
33 Negotiating a Law of the Sea
By Commander Frank B. Swayze, JAGC, USN
This month, the U.N. Law of the Sea Conference meets yet again. Perhaps, after five years of negotiation, it will be able to produce a treaty this time.
40 The Umpteenth Cuban Confrontation
By Captain Leslie K. Fenlon, Jr., USN (Ret.)
Because U. S. foreign policy interests so often seem to be focused on the Soviet Union and elsewhere overseas, our neglect of the Caribbean has led to many problems with Cuba.
46 A Breach in the Ramparts
By Ensign Christopher A. Abel, USCG
The Monroe Doctrine seems to have fallen by the wayside as the Soviets have increased their naval presence in the Caribbean.
51 Pictorial—The Seawise Pen of David Q. Scott By Roger C. Taylor
An old friend explores the nautical heritage of a man who contributed much to the look of the Proceedings.
60 Air Defense of the Carrier Task Group
By Captain John E. Lacouture, USN (Ret.)
Instead of pouring money into convoy escorts which probably will not be used anyway, the Navy should be concentrating on protecting its striking power—the aircraft carriers.
68 FDR's "Big Stick"
By John McVickar Haight, Jr.
The "Big Stick" is generally associated with another Roosevelt, but in the late 1930s, Franklin D. wanted to emulate his strong-willed predecessor.
17 Secretary's Notes
21 Comment and Discussion 74 Old Navy
78 Leadership Forum
90 Nobody asked me, but . 93 Book Reviews
97 Books of Interest
101 Professional Notes
118 U. S. Navy: Frigates
Although the British V/STOL Sea Harrier has gone to sea, the future of V/STOL aviation in the U. S. Navy remains undefined. Dave Hazen discusses this issue in the lead article, and Commander Weatherup proposes "Missions for V/STOL Aircraft" in a professional note. (Photo by Richard Cook, Courtesy British Aerospace, Inc.)
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