Proceedings Magazine - 1945 to 1959 Archive
Each issue is generally 100 pages with Commentary, Articles and Pictures about US Navy, Coast Guard and Marine Corps Current Affairs and Theaters of Operation, History, Technology (Watercraft, Aircraft, Weapons), Organization and Policy.
Building A Seven Seas Navy; Desertion In Time Of War; The Obligation of Freedom; Bring 'em Back Alive - Navy Style. Whole No. 507 Vol. 71 No. 5 May 1945.
The Carrier Task Force in World War II; Classification of Naval Vessels; Naval Gunfire: Scourge of the Beaches; The Naval Academy as Housekeeper; Matthew Fontaine Maury, Naval Scientist. Whole No. 513 Vol. 71 No. 11 November 1945.
Notes on Our Naval Future; Minesweeping; The Rehabilitation Needs of the Returning Veteran; The CVL's Success Story; The Sea Campaign from Australia to the Philippines; The Coast Guard in the Army. Whole No. 518, Part I Vol. 72 No. 4 April 1946.
The Establishment of the Naval School at Annapolis; The Selection and Procurement of Better Candidate Material for the Naval Academy; The Naval Academy in Five Wars; Extracurricula Midshipmen Oranizations and Activities. Whole No. 518, Part II Vol. 72 No. 4 April 1946
The Decisive Battle of the Pacific War; The Role of Operations Research in the Navy; Typhoons in the North Pacific; Our Naval Attaché System: Its Origins and Development to 1917; Naval Policy for the Individual. Whole No. 519 Vol. 72 No. 5 May 1946.
The Issues We Must Teach; The Naval War College Today; The Basis of Sino-Soviet Accord; International Rules of the Road; Admiral Enomoto and the Emperial Restoration; New Approach to Cargo Handling Problems; More. April 1953 Vol. No. 79, No. 4, Whole No. 602.
U.S. Marines Fight Off the Boxers, Peeking 1900; On Maritime Strategy; Japan After Independence; The NATO Defense College; The Mobilization of Shipping for War; Manila or Non-Manila; What is the Military Mind?; The Poor Man's Tugboat; The Q-Ship Cause and Effect; More. May 1953, Vol. No. 79, No. 5, Whole No. 603.
How the Panay Was Sunk; Mediterranian Theater: The Iron Curtain By-Pass; How The Navy Won Guantanamo Bay; The Choice of a Career Within The Navy; Napoleon On Board the Betterphon; Some Lessons of the War In Korea; Logistics: What Is It?; Whence Tomorrow's Aviators?; Salute to the NROTC; More. June 1953, Vol. No. 79, No. 6, Whole No. 604.
America's Farewell To John Ericsson 1890; A Military Danger: The Revelation of Secret Stategic Plans; Typhoon Doctrine; What of Japan; Loran Comes of Age; The Military as an Element of Soviet State Power; A Few Ideas of a Cruiser Skipper; Patriotism Through Knowledge; More. July 1955, Vol. No. 81, No. 7, Whole No. 629.
The Need To Know; Letter To My Son; Hawaii Operation; Survivor Benefits - What are They?; Kasmir: Valley of Indecision; The Meaning of Naval Prestige; Hydro at 125; Charting the Seas (Pictorial Section); More. December 1955, Vol. No. 81, No. 12, Whole No. 634.
The Ship and the Shore; American Foreign Policy: Patient Courage Pays Off; Nuclear Power and the Seaplane; The Japanese Military Mission to Italy In 1941; The Permanent Crisis of Soviet Communism; Bui Chu Means Valiant; The Sinking of the Scharnhorst; The Age of Continents; More. January 1956, Vol. 82, No. 1, Whole No. 635.
The Birth of the Flat-Top; A Question of Arteries; International Law Is No Dead Letter; A World With Bulk Cargo Aircraft; An Old Weapon For A New Problem; Hitler and the German Officer Corps; Jet Age Carrier (Pictorial); The "Hammerlock" Moor; More. May 1956, Vol. No. 82, No. 5, Whole No. 639.
The Spirit of Geneva; Time for Decision; Japan's Losing Struggle For Guadalcanal (Part 2); Communications and Remote Control; Experiment In Total War; Marine Raider?; The Scharnhorst-Gneisenau Team At Its Peak; Reflections On Taking A Pilot; Midshipman Cruis (Pictorial); More. August 1956, Vol. No. 82, No. 8, Whole No. 642.
The Naked Warriors; Three Aces - Trumped!; The Challenge We Face; The Pre-1942 Sigapore Naval Base; White-Out: A Polar Weather Phenomenon; Ericsson, Stockton, and the USS Princeton; Lost But Not Forgotten: The Final Resting Place of Heroes of the Barbary Wars; The Norwegian Merchant Marine Since 1945; More. September 1956, Vol. No. 82, No. 9, Whole No. 643.
By The Shores Of Araby: The Persian Gulf Command; Background To Disarmament; Capros Not Convoy: Counterattack and Destroy!; The Jean Bart's Escape To Safety; Fish Can Be International; The Failure Of The Japanese Convoy Escort; Refinements in Mobile Support; More. October 1956, Vol. No. 82, No. 10, Whole No 644.
The Operators; Needed: A Military Strategy of Mobility; The Law of the Sea and the Naval Officer; Hitler Versus His Generals in the West; YD-171 Hercules of the United States Navy; The Lost Merchant Fleet of Japan; One Hundred and Eighty Years of Naval Recruiting; The Dreadnought Era (Pictorial); More. December 1956, Vol. No. 12, No. 12, Whole No. 646.
Why We Are Losing Our Junior Officers; Naval Construction On The Great Lakes; Security Is Just Good Business; Admiral Luce's Pontiac; Force In Readiness; Fram "Alfa" To "Inzanity" With The Small Ship Exec; German Surface Force Strategy In World War II; USCG In Review (Pictorial); More. February 1957, Vol. No. 83, No. 2 Whole No. 648.
A Philosophy For Naval Atomic Warfare; Cruise Of The America Unterseeboot III; The Bombay Explosion; The Naval Officer's Fitness Report; A Trip To Pampanga; The Gamesman's Game; Operation Deepfreeze: A Seaborne Invasion of the Antartic (Pictorial); The Legal Background To The Suez Crisis; More. March 1957, Vol. No. 83, No. 3, Whole No. 649.
To Choose Peace or War; The Exercise of Broad Command: Still The Navy's Top Speciality; The Role of the Chief Petty Officer in the Modern Navy; Stalking The Takao in Singapore Harbor; The Army-Navy Club of Manila; Tanker Operations and Management; The Merchant Tanker Fleet (Pictorial); More. April 1957, Vol. No. 83, No. 4, Whole No. 650.
Offensive ASW: Fundamental To Defense; What Went Wrong In Hungary?; Wonsan: The Battle of the Mines; Let's Return To The Striker System; Where Are Our Seaward Boundaries?; The Confederate Midshipmen and the Treasure Train; Divine Wind Over Okinawa; U.S. Naval Training Center at Bainbridge (Pictorial); More. June 1957, Vol. No. Si, No. 6 Whole No. 652.
There's No Substitute For Diplomacy, or for Power; Post Interdiction Carrier Operations in Korea; Military Planning At The Seat of Government; Algeria: A Case Study In The Evolution Of A Colonial Problem; The Soviet Union And Its Submarine Forces; Modern Triumph In The Northern Ice; The Evolution of Naval Bases In The British Isles; More. July 1957, Vol. No. 83, No. 7 ontents Whole No. 653.
Is US Aid To The Orient Working?; Recruits and Basic Leadership Opportunities; Toward A Nuclear-Powered Seaplane; The Coin of Individual Dignity; The Merchant Marine and National Defense; First Landing At The Pole; Middle East Challenge; Naval Aviation In The Jet Age (Pictorial); More. November 1957, Vol. No. 83, No. 11 Contents Whole No. 657.
The Battle of Sayo Island; A Single Service: Perennial Issue In National Defense; Weddell Sea: A Voyage To Nowhere; Soviet Diplomacy From Stalin To Suez; The Regimen of the Seas; Scapa-Flow 1913-1957; Lieutenant David Dixon Porter and His Camels; The Yeomanettes of World War I (Pictorial); More. December 1957, Vol. No. 83, No. 12 Contents Whole No. 658.
Missile Navy; Mysterious Withdrawal from Kiska; The Battle of the PIPS; Shall We Junk The Joint Chiefs Of Staff?; Under The Polar Cap: A Voyage That Must Be Made; How The Royal Navy Met The Challenge; Beyond Suez: A New Dimension of Sea Power; Sea Power in Soviet Strategy; U.S Submarine Base at New London (Pictorial); More. February 1958, Vol. 84, No. 2, Whole No. 660.
Task For Today: Security Through Seapower, Errors of the Korean War; Japanese Treasure Hunt In Manila Bay; LCT's In A Typhoon; Changing Trends in the Mediterranean Balance of Power 1935-1957; Leadership: A Case Study; The Advance of Naval Preventive Medicine; Royal Canadian Navy - Atlantic (Pictorial); More. March 1958, Vol. 84, No. 3, Whole No. 661.
War: Always An Art; Flow Soucek Broke The Record; British Mines and the Channel Dash; Challenge of the Vertical Frontier; Buoyant Escape; Tactical Development; Seven Year Itch; A Flagship View of Command Decisions; Mystic Seaport (Pictorial); More. April 1958, Vol. 84, No. 4, Whole No. 662.