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October 1966 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

Front Cover, US Naval Institute Proceedings Magazine, Volume 92, Number 10, Whole No. 764, October 1966.

Front Cover, US Naval Institute Proceedings Magazine, Volume 92, Number 10, Whole No. 764, October 1966. GGA Image ID # 1418898d1c

On the Cover: The painting of the 165-ton brig Rambler, a typical privateer of the Quasi War with Prance, is the property of the Mariners Museum, Newport News, Virginia.

The October 1966 issue of Proceedings Magazine, Volume 92, Number 10, Whole No. 764, featured articles included Divided We Fell, Naval Forces in River War, and The Cruise of the U-53. Cover: Painting of the 165-ton brig Rambler.

This Month's Contents

  • Secretary’s Notes
  • Divided We Fell
    by Rear Adm. Kemp Tolley, USN (Ret.)
  • Naval Forces in River War
    by Col. Victor J. Croizat, USMC (Ret.)
  • "Vietnams and Munichs”
    by George E. Lowe
  • Treat Sailors Like Spare Parts?
    by Capt. Arnett B. Taylor, USN
  • Surveying the Eurasian Arctic
    by Lt. R. D. Wells, USN
  • The Cruise of the U-53‭ ‬
    by Wellington Long
  • A New International Law for the Submarine?
    by Cdr. William 0. Miller, USN
  • Naval Ordnance Laboratory (Pictorial)
    Photography by Marion E. Warren
  • Comment and Discussion
  • Book Reviews
  • Professional Reading
  • Professional Notes
  • Notebook
  • Progress
  • A Page from the Old Navy
  • Book List
  • Index to Advertisers

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The opinions or assertions in the articles arc 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 U. S. Naval Institute.

All photographs, unless credited, are Official Department of Defense releases.

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