Proceedings Magazine - October 1960
Front Cover, United States Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 86, Number 10, October 1960. GGA Image ID # 1d820ad9d3
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On the Cover
US Frigate Constitution. The painting of the frigate Constitution on this month's cover is by Mr. F. V. Colson of the Boston Naval Shipyard and is reproduced with his permission. The famous vessel is shown anchored in Boston Harbor. She has appeared on the cover of the Proceedings on two previous occasions, in August 1953 in Frank Vining Smith's painting of her defeating Guerrière during the War of 1812, and in August 1954 in Corné's canvas showing her leading the attack on Tripoli under Commodore Preble on 3 August 1804.
Table of Contents
- Africa: The Blessings of Colonialism
By William H. Hessler
- The Strategic Danish Straits
By Captain Malcolm W. Cagle, USN
- Who Is in Command?
By Donald F. Miley
- What's in It for Me?
By Henry D. Hackett, USN
- Safety in Numbers
By Captain William W. Jones, USN
- From Science, Sea Power?
By Lieutenant Commander Albert G. Opitz, USN
- Thoughts on Japan's Naval Defeat
By Rear Admiral Toshiyuki Yokoi, IJN
- Where Is Task Force Thirty-four?
By Captain Andrew Hamilton, USNR
- The Press-Gangs of the Royal Navy
By Lieutenant Commander James Stewart, RN
- Boston Naval Shipyard (Pictorial)
- Comment and Discussion
- Book Reviews
- Professional Notes
- A Page From the Old Navy
- Secretary's Notes
The opinions or assertions in the articles are the personal ones of the authors and are not to be construed as official. They do not necessarily reflect the views of either the Navy Department or the United States Naval Institute. All photographs, unless otherwise credited, are Official Department of Defense releases.
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