December 1980 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
28 Degrees of Naval Warfare
By Captain L. Dale Smith, USN (Rd.)
There are two reasons why we should disrupt the Navy's presently "pretty good" educational system: retention and professionalism.
34 Maneuver in Naval Warfare
By Commander Linton Wells 1!. USN
Maneuver warfare at sea lets us probe our enemy's weaknesses and exploit traditional U. S. strengths such as innovation under pressure.
42 The War Powers Resolution .. .
By 1st Lieutenant Kevin E. Johns. USMC
Congress didn't like being left out of the vital war and peace decisions; Presidents Ford and Carter have not totally succeeded in cutting them in.
47 The AVF—Making It Work
By Major David Evans, USMC
The Administration and Congress can and must do a better job of marshaling public support and understanding for the AVF.
54 The Birth of Guided Missiles
By Rear Admiral Delmar S. Fahrney. USN (Ret. )
The Germans developed the world's first guided missiles. Right? Wrong! We designed, and tested them two years before Germany.
61 Fish Stories
By Ensign Christopher A. Abel. USCG
Coast Guardsmen, enforcing the 200-mile limit, are finding that the
fishermen's records, like their stories, are not always to be believed.
66 Pictorial—The Quest for Ancient Gold
By Stephen M.* Voynick
The rapid growth of the treasure salvage industry is understandable when one considers that Spain alone lost nearly $2 billion at sea.
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Old Navy 72 "Air Power and the Royal Navy" The U. S. Navy 113
Like Swatting Bees Professional Notes 95 Naval Aircraft, Part 3
in a Telephone Booth Readying the "Ready" Reserves Soviet Ship Types 115
Nobody asked me, but . 86 U. S. Navy Sail Training 1980 Their New Cruiser 121
Solving the Submarine The Coast Guard's Red Fleet Other Departments
Force People Problem Performance Appraisal as a Secretary's Notes 17
Book Reviews 87 Development Aid Comment and Discussion .. 21
"Understanding the Soviet (Soviet) Diesel Boats Forever Books of Interest 92
Navy" Command and Control: The Notebook 127
"From Pearl Harbor to Vietnam" Two-Edged Sword
"Les Porte-Avions Francais" Blue Water Bounty
Cover: The surface-to-air guided missile, shown here being fired by a nuclear-powered cruiser, is an accepted part of today's Navy, but it is a relatively new weapon. The world's first guided missile cruiser Boston (CAG-1) went into commission 25 years ago last month. For the origin of these weapons, see "The Birth of Guided Missiles," starting on page 54. The photo is courtesy of FMC Corporation.
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