US Naval Institute Proceedings - June 1991
U.S. Naval Institute June 1991 Volume 117/6/1,060
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The New Deterrence Strategy
By Captain Thomas B. Grassey, USNR -
Instead of attaining what we want, our new grand strategy must focus on preventing what we don't want.
Are the Academies Worth It?
By Colonel Denis J. Kiely, USMC (Ret.)
Or should their traditional role be reexamined?
40 We Can Learn from the Maritime Academies By Midshipman Second Class Dennis P. Dias, USN
42 The New Leader of the Pack
By Commander Bruce Lemkin, USN
Going with technology instead of numbers, there is only one choice.
48 Who Sank the Bismarck?
By William H. Garzke, Jr., and Robert 0. Dulin, Jr.
The discovery of her wreckage has ended the controversy.
ISO Where Do We Go From Here?
By Captain William F. Hickman, USN
No one knows for certain—but in getting there, the Navy may have to let go of some cherished force options.
ProfeWithal Notes 70 Nobody asked me, but 88 The Anatomy of Error InUSMC:to AdveThey all cheered
Guadalcanal Was a Long Time Pushing a large maGulfmallow Other DepartmentsKenneth Napier„Royal
Ago up a hill with a sharp stiBarge Secretary's Notes 7 Cover: See Desert Storm Focus,
The F-1They Can Do It AllGermans LRaimundip Forum 90 Comment and pp. 58-68; see "The F-14D
Battleships 1991: An 73 Know When to Speak Up 93 Discussion 14 Can Do It All," and comment, pp. 16-17. Fighter Squadron 32U
Assessment Book Reviews Books of Interest 97
Saying No in the Caribbean Soviet Military Power 1990 The U.S. Navy 102 F-14 tanks from a 190th Air
Australia's Type 471 Submarine "We Will Stand by You" World Naval Refueling Group KC-135 (To-
The Weakest Link Serving in the Pawnee, Developments 106 peka, Kansas, Air National
Maritime Prepositioning Enters 1942-1945 Combat Fleets 108 Guard) during Desert Storm.
the 1990s The Art of War Notebook 110 Photo by PH3 Chester 0.
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Desert Storm Focus
62 Vyjta the Army and Air Force By Lieutenant Colonel David Evans, USW: (Ret.) They-all-eheeted when Bernard., :14
65 With the British in the Gul 1.3y Lieutenant Commander Kennetb_Napter„Royal Navy The British load in the G ge but it was just as demanding as
67 Where Were By Fregattenkap. Th • were t
.aimund Wallner. German Navy
'ey just needed some time.
From the Strike Cell
By Captain Lyle G. Bien, USN
Had Saddam Hussein only known...
After the Storm
By Vice Admiral Robert F. Dunn, USN (Ret.) "Desert Storm- was special.