Proceedings Magazine - November 1968
Front Cover, U. S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 94/11/789, November 1978. GGA Image ID # 1d812a878f
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The color sketch of a Navy crewman of a Mobile Support Team (SEAL) PHR on the Bassac River in the Mekong Delta is one of a series completed by the artist, Mr. Barbory H. Brown, for the US Navy Combat Art Collection under the auspices of the Navy Art Co-operation and Liaison Committee (NACAL).
Contents for November 1978
- Secretary's Notes
- Contingency Planning: A New Perspective
by Lt. Col. David R. Hughes, USA
- The Corsair II As I See It
by Cdr. James C. Hill, USN
- Needed: Shallow Thinking
by Charles C. Bates, George Tselepis, and Daniel Von Nieda
- "...Justice for All"?
by Capt. William G. Proctor, Jr., USMCR
- Is SEATO Obsolete?
by Cdr. Roger J. Miller, USN
- The Latin American Military
by Capt. Raymond J. Toner, USN (Ret.)
- Gunboats in the Desert
by Lt. Charles L. Parnell, USN
- Pictorial—Farewell to Chichi Jima
Photography by James F. Falk, JOC, USN
- Comment and Discussion
- Book Reviews
- Professional Reading
- Professional Notes
- The Old Navy
- Book List
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