US Naval Institute Proceedings - July 1978

Front Cover, U. S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 104/7/905, July 1978.

Front Cover, U. S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 104/7/905, July 1978. GGA Image ID # 1d0f2c2337

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Sikorsky's newest helicopter for the Marine Corps, the CH-53E, undergoes tests on and off the USS Coronado (LFD-11). Photograph courtesy of Sikorsky Aircraft.


Potential Soviet Responses to the U. S. Submarine Threat 24

But for Sputnik in 1957, there might not have been American men on the moon in 1969. Similarly, the Soviet Union 'surely will respond to the challenge implicit in our Trident and Tomahawk missiles.

• By Andrew W. Hull

The Perils of Pay Comparability 31

A tenet of social progress movements has been equal pay for equal work. Thus, one would expect few complaints when the serviceman's pay is brought in line with the civil service worker's. But is not the serviceman's contribution "more than equal?"

By Captain John E. Greenbacker, USN (Ret.)

Twilight for the Corps? 38

The Marine Corps's congressional opponents are providing miserly budgets which limit its ability to survive in the electronic,

mechanized battlefields of the present and future.

By William S. Lind and Jeffrey Record

The Naval Reserve: Separate and Unequal 44

Terminology associated with racial segregation applies as well to the Navy and its reserve component. Since the selected, reserves are in no sense equal, perhaps the best solution is to eliminate them by integration.

By Lieutenant Commander Robert W. Lyons, USN

The Stress of Separation 52

Death and suffering have been inevitable consequences of war since antiquity. But what of the man who is captured rather than killed? He is lost to his loved ones just as surely as if he had died, and many of the families' reactions are the same.

By Alice Stratton
tiff. f What Ship Is That? 61
- Like police artists piecing together likenesses of criminals, the author and his small staff created precise drawings of Axis warships, often with no more to go on than fuzzy photographs and imprecise eyewitness descriptions.
ErnwilliteMzres•- By Commander Edward J. Mathews, USNR (Ret.)

Secretary's Notes 17

Comment and Discussion 21 & 85

Leadership Forum 78

Nobody asked me, but . . . 94

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