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June 1968 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

June 1968 Proceedings Magazine: United States Naval Institute

Proceedings This U. S. Naval Observatory photograph, made through the 61-inch astrometric telescope at the Observatory's facility at Flagstaff, Arizona, traces the path of an artificial satellite across the Milky Way. [See page 35.]
June 1968
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The Case for the Oceanic Strategy 26
by George E. Lowe
The Communications Satellite
"A Faint Flutter of Wings" 35
by Cdr. John J. Dougherty, USN (Ret.)
Our Other War in Korea 46
by William M. Leary, Jr.
The FDL Surfaces Again 54
by Lt. Cdr. Richard L. Madouse, USN
Reserve Officers and Promotion 67
by Lt. G. D. Saunders, USNR (Ret.)
The Six-Day War of 1967 72
by Capt. W. J. Kotsch, USN
"The Seat of Your Pants Told You . . . " . • 82
by Maj. W. Geoffrey Moore, O.B.E., D.S.C.
Pictorial—The San Diego Naval Complex . . . • 95
by Robert de Gast and Lt. Robert La Tourette, USN
Comment and Discussion 109
Book Reviews 119
Professional Reading 123
Professional Notes 128
The Old Navy 138
Progress 140
Notebook 142
Book List 146
Secretary's Notes

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