Proceedings Magazine - October 1968
Front Cover, U. S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 94/10/788, October 1978. GGA Image ID # 1d81432291
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On the Cover
The near-classic Antarctic panorama of Cape Hallett Station on Moubray Bay serves admirably to set the scene for William J. Cromie's "Deep Freeze Goes on" an account of the Navy's 12-year operation at the bottom of the world. In the foreground is the USCG icebreaker Glacier ( WAGB-4). Photo by Photographer's Mate First Class R. F. Clayton, USCG.
Contents for November 1978
- Secretary's Notes
- Sea Power and the Superpowers
by Capt. Carl H. Amme, USN (Ret.)
- The Navy's Stake in Antarctica
by William J. Cromie
- Systems Analysis: Something Old, Something New
by Capt. Charles B. Bishop, USN
- Flags of Whose Convenience?
by John J. Clark
- Soviet Beachhead in the Third World
by Lt. Cdr. Jonathan T. Howe, USN
- Micronesia: Especial Trust
by Cdr. Daniel J. Morgiewicz, USN
- Last in the Hearts of His Countrymen
by Philip B. Yeager
- Pictorial—The U. S. Naval Weapons Laboratory, Dahlgren, Virginia
Photography by JOC Robert D. Moeser, USN (Ret.)
- Comment and Discussion
- Book Reviews
- Professional Reading
- Professional Notes
- The Old Navy
- Book List
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