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April 1968 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

April 1968 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

Proceedings "Coast Guard to the Rescue" is by N. C. Weyth, one of a series of 12 "Flags In American History" presented to the U. S. Naval Academy Museum by the John Morrell & Co. The original is presently on display at
April 1968 the Naval Ordnance Laboratory, White Oak, Maryland.
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Secretary's Notes . • • 20
The High Price of Success 26
by Capt. Robert J. Hanks, USN 34
" . . . Long Live the Queen" 41
by A. Denis Clift
The Mysterious PG Selection Process
by Lt. Cdr Edward W. Lull, USN
The Whampoa Academy 46
by Capt. James H. Herzog, USN
U-Boat With Wings 54
by R. D. Layman
The Future of the Coast Guard 60
by Capt. A. A. Heckman, USCG
The Icy "Nyet!" 73
by Robert D. Wells
Pictorial—USS Repose (AH-16) 80
Comment and Discussion 95
Book Reviews 106
Professional Reading 111
Professional Notes 116
The Old Navy 130
Progress 134
Notebook 136
Book List 146

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