Index to Naval Institute Proceedings Magazine Issues from 1980 Through 1999
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.
An SH-3A Sea King hovers as it uses its active dipping sonar in the Pacific. This capability is in danger of being lost if a replacement for the SH-3 and its ASW offense is not found immediately. For more details on the Sea King, see page 99. Photo by R. L. Lawson. Proccedings, United States Naval Institute, June 1981, Vol. 107/6/940.
Thinking Offensively in the Navy; The peacetime promotion system; Both the British and the German Navys were not ready for WWII; The Bismarck Lesson; The Soviet Navy's conception of punishable offenses; Building a Fleet to Suit the Market and the Military; more. April 1981, Volume 107/4/938.