US Naval Institute Proceedings - April 1988
Front Cover, U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 114/4/1022, April 1988. GGA Image ID # 1d024641bd
On the Front Cover
Marine Sergeant Russell Lee Klika won an honorable mention in the Annual USNI/Kodak Photo Contest for this photograph of naval recruits battling a fire. A pictorial featuring the other photographs from the contest begins on page 57.
The April 1988 issue articles include The Maritime Strategy and the Next Decade, Satellites and Naval Warfare, Stalking the Tactical Continuum, Vietnam: Two Views, Blind Hunt for the Thresher, The Lobos Get Hornets, and more.
Table of Contents
- Arleigh Burke Essay Contest Winner
The Maritime Strategy and the Next Decade
By Ronald O'Rourke
The Navy started the discussion of the Maritime Strategy. It now has a responsibility to participate in the dialogue that it sparked.
- Satellites and Naval Warfare
By William E. Howard III
Satellite systems are important to naval warfare now—they will be crucial in the next century.
- Future Satellite Capabilities
By William E. Howard III
- What Would Mahan Say About Space Power?
By Aadu Karemaa
- Stalking the Tactical Continuum
By Commander Kendall King, USN
Let's stop stalking the ultimate improvements to our tactics and start capturing them for the deployed forces.
- Pictorial 1987 Naval and Maritime Prize Photography
- Vietnam: Two Views
God Be Here
By Lieutenant Commander Thomas J. Cutler. USN
The Black Ponies
By Lieutenant Commander Daniel B. Sheehan, USN (Ret.)
- We Need A Little 'Dash and Daring'
By Lieutenant Christopher A. Abel. USCG
The hell with the "easy does it" approach to leadership!
- Blind Hunt for the Thresher
- Winning in the Dark
- The Lobos Get Hornets
Nobody asked me, but
- VC to warship: Can we talk?
- Controlling the Aviation Mishap Rate
- Aviation Safety: A Success Story
- Women in the Brigade
- Defending the Assault
- Handling a Battleship
- Royal New Zealand Navy: Looking to the Future
- South To Java
- The Forgotten War
The Soviet Navy
- Space Ships
- The Investment Triangle
- Secretary's Notes
- Where We Were
- Comment and Discussion
- Books of Interest
- World Naval Developments
- Index to Advertisers
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