US Naval Institute Proceedings - May 1971
Front Cover, U. S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 97/5/819, May 1971. GGA Image ID # 1d1469b894
On the Front Cover
A portrait of Admiral Thomas H. Moorer, U. S. Navy, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and former Chief of Naval Operations. Painted by Albert K. Murray.
The May 1971 issue articles include The Defense of Northwest Europe and the North Sea, Japan and Her Maritime Defense, Marine Aviation in Vietnam, 1962-1970, The Naval War in Vietnam, 1950-1970, Destroyers, 1971, and more.
Table of Contents
- Biographies of Authors
- Naval and Maritime Events, 1 January-30 June 1970
W. E. Dutcher, Lieutenant, U. S. Naval Reserve
- The Defense of Northwest Europe and the North Sea
J. L. Moulton, Major General, Royal Marines (Retired)
- Japan and Her Maritime Defense
Hideo Sekino, Commander, Imperial Japanese Navy (Retired)
- Marine Aviation in Vietnam, 1962-1970
Keith B. McCutcheon, Lieutenant General, U. S. Marine Corps
- Maritime Support of the Campaign in I Corps
Frank C. Collins, Jr., Commander, U. S. Navy
- The Naval War in Vietnam, 1950-1970
R. L. Schreadley, Commander, U. S. Navy
- ''Capable of Serving as a Naval and Military Auxiliary . . ."
Lane C. Kendall
- The Pollution of the Coastal Ocean and the Great Lakes
M. Grant Gross
- Destroyers, 1971
Richard F. Cross, III
Sea Power: A Commentary
- The Influence of Modern Sea Power, 1945-1970
John D. Hayes, Rear Admiral, U. S. Navy (Retired)
- Soviet Naval Activities, 1970
Robert W. Daly
- Z-Grams, 1-70, Summarized
- Flag and General Officers of the Naval Services
- Naval and Maritime Events, 1 July-31 December 1970
Toby Marquez, Lieutenant (junior grade), U. S. Navy, and J. B. Finkelstein, Lieutenant Commander, U. S. Navy
- Summary of Major Naval, Maritime, and Military Forces
In the next Proceedings
In the June issue, the Proceedings is pleased to be able to offer a special documentary footnote to current history. What might be termed "A Visit With Ike"—one warmly remembered by those who heard the General speak at the Naval War College in 1961—is re-presented for our readers in a transcript of candid commentary by the late President.
General Eisenhower's views on such diverse subjects as the significance of the race to the moon, command decision-making in joint and unified military operations, and his remarks in an extension of his oft-cited reference to the "military-industrial complex" arc as pertinent and vital today as when they were first expressed in the privileged environment of the Naval War College nearly a decade past.
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