November 1983 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
U. S. Naval Institute November 1983 Volume 109/11/969
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34 Two If By Sea
By Lieutenant Colonel Thomas L. Wilkerson, USMC
Where once the Navy-Marine Corps team could have controlled
the sea by themselves, now at least one other service is needed.
40 Speed Is More Than Moving Swiftly
By Lieutenant Colonel K. L. Thompson, USMC
If we are forced to use force, we can deploy the Rapid Deployment Force—but not very rapidly.
46 Equal Opportunity
By Colonel Amilcar Vazquez, USMC
"Separate But Equal" schools and restrooms never truly existed, and opportunity will never be equal if we have to label it so.
53 Earl Hancock Ellis: The Man and His Mission
By Dirk Anthony Ballendorf
Terminally ill, neurotic, drunk most of the time, he managed to give his final mission everything he had left to give.
61 At Home On Every Ocean
By Captain Kevin B. Jordan, USMC
Our flag must fly over all the waters of the world if we are to restrict the spread of nuclear weapons.
66 A Medical C3 Primer
By Commander Joseph V. Henderson, Jr., USN
The Navy must follow the Army's lead in developing field-level
computer-based systems for processing medical information.
74 The Role of Escalation in Sealift Planning
By Kevin N. Lewis
The ability of potential adversaries to escalate in ways most inimical to U. S. shipping has increased dramatically.
81 Joint Use: Not Cleared for Takeoff
By Captain Andrew C. A. Jampoler, USN
Should Moffett Field become a joint civil/naval air station, the character of our aviation shore establishment will change.
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Back to Basics
Nobody asked me, but .... 102
Where Does the Buck Stop?
Book Reviews 105
The Art of War
Prologue to Nuremberg
The American Road to Nuremberg
Justice at Nuremberg Crossroads of Modern Warfare
The Geography of Warfare
Professional Notes 113 Leadership Forum 140 Cover: A commander-in-chief
Maritime—not Continental— Leadership in the Computer honored a corps when President
Strategy Age Ronald Reagan participated in
Harriers for the Task Force U. S. Navy 155 the change-of-command cere-
Logical Logistics JVX mony wherein General Robert
The Forces for Forcible Entry Other Departments Barrow turned over command of
Some Will Have It Hot .. . Secretary's Notes 9 the Marine Corps to General
. . . and Some Will Have It Comment and Discussion .. 16 Paul X. Kelley. (Photo courtesy
Cold Books of Interest 109 The White House.)
The Future of Amphibious Notebook 159
Fire Support Index to Advertisers 160
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For Whom the Bell Tolls
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