Proceedings Magazine - December 1959
Front Cover, American Continental Frigate Raleigh, US Naval Institute Proceedings, December 1959.
UNITED STATES NAVAL INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS
For the advancement of professional, literary, and scientific knowledge in the Navy
Vol. 85, No. 12, Whole No. 682, December 1959
The December 1959 issue of Proceedings featured articles included Africa: The Next Great Area of Crisis, Search and Rescue--And You!, More and Better Geography Needed, The Future of Our "Alliance" with Spain, and more.
AMERICAN CONTINENTAL FRIGATE Raleigh .. . Front Cover
For details concerning this month's painting, see Old Navy, page 148
AFRICA: THE NEXT GREAT AREA OF CRISIS
By Maurice H. Hellner
SEARCH AND RESCUE—AND You!
By Captain G. R. Evans, USCG
MORE AND BETTER GEOGRAPHY NEEDED
By William H. Hessler
THE EDUCATION OF THE LINE
By Captain Robert B. Kelly, USN
THE NAVAL OFFICER'S ROLE IN POLITICO-MILITARY AFFAIRS
By Captain William M. Kaufman, USN
THE FUTURE OF OUR "ALLIANCE" WITH SPAIN
By Alvin J. Cottrell
THREE TEXAS MULES AND THE NAVY
By Captain E. B. Perry, USN
DEFENSE AGAINST NUCLEAR-POWERED SUBMARINES
By Commander R. A. Weatherup, USN
By Vice Admiral Friedrich Ruge, GFN
USS Ranger, 7 JULY 1959 (Pictorial)
By Lieutenant John W. Hamilton, USN
COMMENT AND DISCUSSION
BOOK REVIEWS: NOTABLE NAVAL BOOKS OF 1959
By Associate Professor Robert M. Langdon, USNA
A PAGE FROM THE OLD NAVY
INDEX FOR THE 1959 PROCEEDINGS
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