April 1982 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
U. S. Naval Institute April 1982 Volume 108/4/950
26 Winner: General Prize Essay Contest
Tomahawk: The Implications of a Strategic/Tactical Mix By Lieutenant Paul G. Johnson, USN
Angry Algonquin Indians could do two things with their tomahawks—swing them or fling them. A U. S. Navy on the warpath will find other ways of employing this lethal weapon.
34 Reflections on the Code of Conduct
By Captain Kenneth G. Schacht, USN (Ret.)
The Code for American POWs was conceived as a lifeline, not a noose!
39 The Victim's View of ASW
By Commander John L. Byron, USN
The hunter would do well in considering these tips on ASW from the hunted himself—the submariner.
44 An Australian Looks at the Naval Academy By Lieutenant J. V. P. Goldrick, RAN
". . . to see ourselves as others see us." •
50 Battle at Hue City
By Keith William Nolan
It was an unhappy Lunar New Year for the Marines who put their lives on the line to retake the ancient Vietnamese city.
59 Warrant Officers: Use Them or Lose Them
By Chief Warrant Officer J. B. Hart, USN
Unless we begin using our warrant officers more efficiently than simply as jaygees' flunkies, we'll be losing them faster than they can be replaced.
64 Strategic Choice and Maritime Capabilities
By Admiral Sir James Eberle, RN
What must NATO do to reverse the steady swing in the balance of military power in favor of the Warsaw Pact?
81 Pictorial: Naval and Maritime Prize Photography 1982
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Old Navy 62
A Matter of Timing
The Fighters That Never
Got to the Fight, Part II Nobody asked me, but 98
"On the Road to
Mandalay Where the
Old ISIC lay . . ."
Book Reviews 99
Jellicoe Defense or Delusion? Rickover
Professional Notes 107
Dress Rehearsal for Doomsday
A Crisis in Manning
• key on The Rocks Handling a Spruance- Class Destroyer: An Update MS
Spain and ¿ Cómo
The U. S. Navy 125
The Ships That Wait
Secretary's Notes 9
Comment and Discussion 14
Books of Interest 105
Notebook 127 Cover: Richard Ramsey has captured two A-4 Blue Angels soaring into a golden sunset in his prizewinning photograph. The other winners of the Naval and Maritime Photo Contest of 1982 are published in a pictorial beginning on page 81.
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