US Naval Institute Proceedings - February 1998
Front Cover, U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 124/2/1,140, February 1998. GGA Image ID # 1d02bcc6ff
On the Front Cover
Sailors on board the Hayler (DD-997) handle lines during underway replenishment in high seas. Winners of the Second Annual Enlisted Essay Contest are featured on pp. 36-42. (Cover photo by Brian R. Wolff/ IIPI© 1998.)
The February 1998 issue articles include Leave a Legacy, There's Value in Diversity, Innovation for the Interwar Years, Often the Only Option, When Lethal Force Won't Do, Two Admirals for an Ensign, Psychological Operations ... From the Sea and more.
Table of Contents
Enlisted Essay Contest Winners
- Leave a Legacy
By Senior Chief Firecontrol Technician John Snell, USN
Seniors must provide a blend of innovation and experience, on a 24-hour basis.
- There's Value in Diversity
By Senior Chief Yeoman Mike Tainter, USN (Ret.)
But we must emphasize similarities, not differences, in demonstrating this.
- 'White Jacket' Revisited
By Chief Signalman Scott Baxter, USNR
Melville's guidance still applies today, at the deck-plate level.
- Where Have All the 0-3s Gone?
By Lieutenant Llewellyn D. Lewis, USN
More might stay, "if the Navy just made an effort."
- Innovation for the Interwar Years
By Captain James Carman, USN; Colonel Mitchell Triplett, USMC; Commander James Nault, USN; Lieutenant Commander Russell Bartlett, USN; and Lieutenant David Adams, USN
New operational concepts must be harnessed to the promise of new technology.
- Often the Only Option
By The Honorable John Douglass
Strong naval forces are more than a tool of foreign policy; they are a precondition for it.
- Honor Is a Seamless Garment
By Captain Robert J. Phillips, Chaplain Corps, USN
Core values don't vanish once you're a mile away from the flagpole.
- When Lethal Force Won't Do
By Colonel Dennis B. Herbert, USMC (Ret.)
Developing nonlethal technologies calls for an integrated, multidisciplinary effort.
- MOUT: The Show Stopper
By Robert E. Podlesny
Is Desert Storm the warfare model for the future? Try Mogadishu—or any other city.
- Two Admirals for an Ensign
By Lieutenant Colonel Merrill L Bartlett, USMC (Ret.)
In adversity, the Class of 1881 drew together.
- Can We Protect Our Coasts?
By Commander Timothy R. Dring, USNR
Naval coastal warfare forces have become valuable
partners, at home and abroad.
- Reserve Yard-Sale!
By Captain William K. Fogerty, USNR (Ret.) and Professor Timothy Somes
Naval Reserve Centers are becoming an Anachronism.
Naval Institute at 125
- General Charles C. Krulak, USMC
- Commander Jan M. van Toi, USN
- Break down the Barriers
- Psychological Operations ... From the Sea
- Number-Crunching Through the Surf
- Why Not Miramar?
Nobody asked me, but
- Is Anyone Listening?
- Save the Silver Dolphins!
- We Seek Homeostasis
- Membership News
- Comment and Discussion
- Book Reviews
- Books of Interest
- The Soviet Navy
- Points of Interest
- World Naval Developments
- Combat Fleets
- Lest We Forget
- Index to Advertisers
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