Proceedings Magazine - December 1968
Front Cover of the December 1968 Issue of the US Naval Institute Proceedings Magazine. GGA Image ID # 1d80fb10e6
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On the Cover
Artist Glen A. Cavedo's cover, painted from a photograph, depicts the somber scene in Drydock No. 1 at Pearl Harbor following the Japanese attack. In the foreground are the USS Downes (DD-375) and Cassin (DD-372), with the USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) looming astern. Courtesy Mariners Museum, Newport News, Virginia.
- Secretary's Notes
- How Young We Were
by Capt. Paul R. Ryan, USN (Ret.)
- "The One Best Way" to Oblivion?
by Roger A. Beaumont
- A Mistaken War
by Rear Adm. Teizaburo Fukuda, USN (Ret.)
- Postscript to Palomares
by Lt. Sanchez Goode, USN
- Gulf of Aqaba and Strait of Tiran
by Carl F. Solans
- "A Hell of a Christmas"
by Col. Cornelius C. Smith, Jr., USMCR (Ret.)
- The Great Stone Fleet
by Cdr. Arthur Gordon, USNR (Ret.)
- Pictorial—The Wonderful World of Dilbert
- Comment and Discussion
- Notable Naval Books of 1968
- Book Reviews
- Professional Notes
- The Old Navy
- Index for the 1968 Proceedings
- Book List
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