January 1987 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
U. S. Naval Institute January 1987 Volume 113/01/1007
Cover: The U. S. Navy's nuclear-powered submarines play a major role in the Maritime Strategy, which is addressed in two articles—pp. 13-16 and pp. 40-49. Submarine warfare and ASW are also the subjects of a new essay contest—see p. 7 for details. (Photo courtesy of General Dynamics.)
- Looking Beyond the Maritime Strategy
By Admiral Carlisle A. H. Trost, USN
The CNO takes such a look and shares his views.
- The War on Paper
By Lieutenant Ralph T. Soule, USN
Will the Navy fight the next war at sea or on paper?
- The Maritime Strategy: The Next Step
By F. J. West, Jr.
The next step is to develop a joint Maritime Strategy; only then can we hope to bring our NATO allies on board.
- Determinants of Military Power
By Captain John L. Byron, USN
- Accountability: A View from the Bridge
By Captain Carl H. Horst, JAGC, USN (Ret.)
Command at sea isn't all-powerful, it's all-responsible.
- Rx for Contingency Medical Support
By Captain Arthur M. Smith, MC, USNR
A medical care system may be just what the doctor ordered in peacetime—but even the best such system promises to fall short when combat casualties mount.
- After the Beirut Bombing
By Commander George W. Pucciarelli, CHC, USN
- Close-in Battle Plan
By Captain Don G. Palen, USN
The Pensacola identified the terrorist threat off Beirut in 1983 and launched a defense.
By Sir Samuel Falle
An unexpected tale of human compassion in the violent Java Sea of 1942.
- The Old Navy
- The Navy's Semi-Submersible
- Other Departments
- Typhoon-1944 Ultra-Heavy Ship
- Secretary's Notes
- Coast Guard C3: Upgrading Comment and Discussion Special
- Strike U National Security World Naval Special
- The Young Lions of Oceana Developments
- Notable Naval Books of 1986
- Marines Are Marines
- Are Money Matters
- The Soviet Navy
- Marines Puzzle
- Landing Their Landing Force CV-SLEP: New Life for the Notebook
- Professional Notes
- Index to Advertisers
- Handling a Ticonderoga Nobody asked me, but
- Where Did My People Go?
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