US Naval Institute Proceedings - August 1992
Front Cover, U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 118/8/1,074, August 1992. GGA Image ID # 1d039b4961
On the Front Cover
Testimony to the stark dichotomies between the U.S. and Soviet submarine forces is offered in this issue—'Their System Still Needs Victims . . (pages 64-68) and "ASW Is Still Job One" (pages 30-34). Photo by VADM Robert Y. (Yogi) Kaufman, USN (Ret.).
The August 1992 issue articles include ASW Is Still Job One, Future of Force in Maritime Europe, NATO: Today and in the Future, Conduct Unbecoming, Sexual Harassment In Our Navy, Exocets, Air Traffic, and the Air Tasking Order, and more.
Table of Contents
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- ASW Is Still Job One
By Rear Admiral W. J. Holland, Jr., USN (Ret.)
The threat's still there, and no one else can help.
- Turn the Sub Skippers Loose!
By Lieutenant Commander Truman J. Best, USN
- At the Point
By John McCormick
Taking the point was like playing Russian Roulette, except when Marden led the patrol.
- Future of Force in Maritime Europe
By Commander Michael N. Pocalyko, USN
A new NATO strategy is emerging. Will the Alliance itself be broadened?
- NATO: Today and in the Future
By Admiral James R. Hogg, USN (Ret.)
- Storm from Space
By Vice Admiral William A. Dougherty, USN
After Desert Storm, taking and holding the "high ground" has new meaning.
- Conduct Unbecoming
By Commander K. A. Krohne, USN (Ret.)
Anita Hill and Tailhook may be the lightning rods for this issue, but all hands had better learn the rules.
- Sexual Harassment In Our Navy?
By Lieutenant Commander John Parker, SC, USNR
- Exocets, Air Traffic, and the Air Tasking Order
By Lieutenant Commander Larry Di Rita, USN
A centralized ATO is too cumbersome for a truly hot air war.
- Their System Still Needs Victims
By Vladimir V. Stefanovsky
Soviet submarine duty was even more hazardous than we thought.
- Soviet Weaknesses Are U.S. Strengths
By Rear Admiral Thomas A. Brooks, USN (Ret.)
- Decisions at the Speed of Satellite
By Rear Admiral Brent Baker, USN
Commanders must win the battle of the first perception.
- Guadalcanal: The Pivotal Campaign
By Richard B. Frank
The cost was heavy, but it turned around the war in the Pacific.
- 50 Years Ago . . . Savo Island
By Jack Sweet man
It was the worst defeat in our naval history, and a grim curtain-raiser to the battle for Guadalcanal.
- Three Cruisers, Three Destroyers, Two Seaplane Tenders
By Commodore Bruce Loxton, RAN (Ret.)
The Japanese force had been spotted, but it took forever to get the word out.
- Maritime Patrol: Gotcha Covered
By Rear Admiral Anthony R. Maness, USN
... but not forever, if the drawdown worsens.
- Building A Better Navy By Adm. Frank B. Kelso II, USN
- Short Circuit
- Picking the Latest 'Gator
- Refining Goldwater-Nichols
- Cost-Effective Mine Warfare
- Secretary's Notes
- Comment and Discussion
- Book Reviews
- Books of Interest
- The U.S. Navy
- World Naval Developments
- Combat Fleets
- Index to Advertisers
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