April 1961 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute
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AN AMERICAN CLIPPER IN A CARIBBEAN PORT . Front Cover
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CARE AND FEEDING OF AN OCEANIC ALLIANCE . 27
By William H. Hessler
A. SOVIET NAVAL GOAL: SATELLITE SEAS 36
By Capt. Frank M. Murphy, USN
IS A SQUARE-RIGGER STILL THE BEST TEACHER? . . 42
By Capt. Gordon McGowan, USCG (Ret.)
FORMULA FOR THE FUTURE—OPERATIONS RESEARCH. 5()
By Lt. Cdr. Frank S. Haak, USN
DISARMAMENT—IS IT POSSIBLE? . . 57
By Anthony E. Sokol
THE ROLE OF THE NATO NAVIES IN WAR . . 65
By Vice Adm. Brian B. Schofield, RN (Ret.)
OPERATION ARCHERY ......
By Rear Adm. H. E. Horan, RN (Ret.)
SLEDGE HAMMERS, LANCE BOMBS, AND Q-SHIPS 76
By Cdr. David D. Mercer, RN (Ret.)
SEATTLE'S MARINE MUSEUM (Pictorial) . . 83
By Vice Adm. H. N. Wallin, USN (Ret.)
COMMENT AND DISCUSSION .. 98 116 128 158 161
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