June 1981 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
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26 Needed: Flying Squadrons For Flexibility
By Lieutenant James L. George, USN (Ret.)
The upcoming "surplus" of one U. S. aircraft carrier affords the opportunity to create a powerful crisis-reaction force.
32 The Worldwide Soviet Threat
By Admiral Jose J. Merino, Chilean Navy
If the enemy of our enemy is our friend, why are we so unfriendly toward Chile which is unfriendly toward the U.S.S.R.?
37 Combat Engineers: Obstacles to Overcome
By Major James A. Marapoti, USMC
Whether the obstacles are man-made or natural, the Marines will need better equipment and training to overcome them.
46 A Return to Military Smartness and Discipline
By Captain Ronald A. Bowling, USN (Ret.)
Permissiveness, particularly toward the use of drugs, has gone too far
in the Navy. It's time for offenders to shape up or ship out.
By USS St. Paul (CA-73)
Cutting torches may have reduced the old heavy cruiser to scrap, but they couldn't keep her from remembering how she used to be.
58 "Broadway" Sailors By David Watts Tibbott
World War I was yo were many of the naval reservists on
board J. P. Morgan hen she headed for France.
66 America's Working Heritage By Edwin H. Mairs
Sometimes the old ways are the best ways, and so it is as the barque Eagle trains future Coast Guard officers.
16 Ku% F44-7S 107
Old Navy 44
Leadership Forum 74
Classical Approach to Leadership
Nobody asked me, but 90 A Battleship M nning Proposal ool iews 93
he Rapi eployment Force and U. S. Military Intervention in the Persian Gulf
The Devil's Voyage
A Drop Too Many Professional Notes
Sea King: ASW Workhorse The Federal German Navy:
Linchpin of the Northern
The Buck Starts Here
The FFG-7 Program: A Shipbuilding Status Report
Toward Smaller, Simpler Submarines
99 Naval Warfare in the Gulf:
Iraq versus Iran
Return of the Prodigals
One of Their New
Secretary's Notes 17
Comment and Discussion 21
Books of Interest 95
Notebook 127 Cover: An SH-3A Sea King hovers as it uses its active dipping sonar in the Pacific. This capability is in danger of being lost if a replacement for the SH-3 and its ASW offense is not found immediately. For more details on the Sea King, see page 99. Photo by R. L. Lawson.
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