March 1999 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

March 1998 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

U.S. Naval Institute March 1999 Volume 125/3/1,153
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26 - Commanders Respond
Vice Admiral Traian Atanasiu, Romanian Navy
Admiral Sir Michael Boyce, Royal Navy Vice Admiral D. B. Chalmers, Royal Australian Navy
Admiral Salim Dervisoglu, Turkish Navy Admiral Paulo Augusto Garcia Dumont, Brazilian Navy
Admiral Vladimir Kuroyedov, Russian Federation Navy
Admiral Carlos A. Marron, Argentine Navy Admiral Nuno Matias, Portuguese Navy Staff Brigadier General Nasser Abdoullah
Al-Noaimi, Qatar Emiri Naval Forces Vice Admiral R. C. Simpson-Anderson,
South African Navy Rear Admiral Hans Kristian Svensholt, Royal Norwegian Navy
Vice Admiral C. van Duyvendijk, Royal Netherlands Navy
Rear Admiral Michel Verhulst, Belgian Navy
Rear Admiral Kristen H. Wither, Royal Danish Navy
40 - International Navies Essay Contest Winners
SAN Can Lead the African How Far Will the Dragon Swim?
Renaissance By Lieutenant Commander Wayne R.
By Commander D. G. Jamieson, Hugar, U.S. Navy
South African Navy
52 - Features
65 A French Expeditionary Force Without Conscripts
69 "Early and Forward": A New Strategic Concept for the Italian Navy
72 International Law Still Applies in Mine Warfare
End of the Continental Century By Brigadier Robert Alan Fry,
Royal Marines
52 International Navies Photo Contest Winners 56 U.S. TLAMs Give Britain More Options
60 Swedish Navy Mixes Evolution and Revolution
to Launch Stealth Multimission Corvette
76 - World Navies in Review—By A. D. Baker III
86 Remember Bengtskar By Cris Whetton
For the Finns, it was the Alamo.
90 If You Give Us the Mission, Tell Us the Facts By Commander Sam J. Tangredi, USN
No more secret or less-than-supported policies.
94 Changing Amphibious Command Relationships
By Lieutenant Colonel Norman C. Davis, USMC
The traditional ones are outdated.
98 Responding to Two-Dimensional Terrorism
By Lieutenant Commander David G. Kibble, RNR (Ret.)
The likes of bin Laden require a new approach.
102 Bring Back ASW—Now! By Lieutenant Commander Art Doney, USN, and
Lieutenant Steve Deal, USN
The Navy has become complacent in this core competency.
105 VP + VQ + VPU = VPR?
By Lieutenant Robert McCord, USN
Maritime patrol and reconnaissance might be the path to the new Multimission Aircraft.
Commentary 4 Comment and Discussion 12
Honor in Uniform Another View 13
Leadership Forum 108 Book Reviews 114
Does "Justice" Go Too Far? Books of Interest 118
Nobody asked me, but 110 Naval Systems 120
Real Pay Table Reform Points of Interest 122
Other Departments World Naval Developments 123
Membership News 8 Notebook 126
Lest We Forget 126
Index to Advertisers 127
Cover: This issue marks the 19th consecutive year Proceedings has featured the world's navies in its March issue. Photo: Sea King of the Royal Navy's 814 Flying Tiger Squadron overflies HMS Invincible by La (Phot) Dave Coombs, RN.
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