US Naval Institute Proceedings - April 1999
Front Cover, U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 125/4/1,154, April 1999. GGA Image ID # 1d00fbec1d
Front Cover: Stephen Saywell brings us this shot of Royal Navy special divers in training, which won third prize in the Naval Institute's 37th Annual Naval and Maritime Photo Contest. For the other winners see pages 57-73.
The April 1999 issue featured articles include Masters, Martyrs & Spectators, Desert Fox: The Third Night, Mined Beaches—If You Can't Avoid 'em, Breach 'em, There Are Limits on Sea-Based NMD, and more.
Table of Contents
- Masters, Martyrs & Spectators
By Lieutenant Commander Clay Harris, USN
It's time to reconsider bringing back the draft.
- Desert Fox: The Third Night
By Major Ross Roberts, USMC
How much longer can we substitute manned aircraft for missiles?
- Mined Beaches—If You Can't Avoid 'em, Breach 'em
By Captain Roni Meyerhoff, USMC
The MCAC offers a way out of a serious bind.
- There Are Limits on Sea-Based NMD
By Commander John M. Pollin, USN
The course to a sea-based national missile defense is not simple, quick, or cheap.
- A "National Fleet" for America
By Vice Admiral Thomas Fargo, USN, and Rear Admiral Ernest Riutta, USCG
The tradition of Navy-Coast Guard cooperation should become policy.
- Absence of Purpose
By Captain Wade R. Sanders, USNR (Retired)
Recruiting and retention efforts must go to the state of the Navy's heart and spirit.
- Pictorial: 37th Annual Photo Contest Winners
- With the Marines at Tarawa
By Peter Neushul and
Second Lieutenant James D. Neushul, USMC Intrepid cameramen brought the war home.
- Can a Minimum-Manned Ship Survive Combat?
By Captain Pierre Vining, USN
Survival requires the ability to suffer heavy damage and fight on.
- Why I Will Leave the Navy
- We're Recruiting Another Great Generation
- Reflections on the 1979 Fastnet Race
- A Snapshot of Pyongyang
Nobody asked me, but
- Maintain Our Corps' Values
- Ethics for Those Who Go Down to the Sea in Ships
- Man-Overboard Signaling Technology Can Save Lives
- The Naked Fleet
- Space: The Salvation of America's Shipyards
- Membership News
- Comment and Discussion
- Another View
- The U.S. Navy
- Book Reviews
- Books of Interest
- Points of Interest
- World Naval Developments
- Combat Fleets
- Lest We Forget
- Index to Advertisers
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