Chiefs Are Professionals

Hinson, Delta
September 2003
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Sep2003, Vol. 129 Issue 9, p60
Conference Proceeding
The professional magazine of the U.S. Navy is called 'Proceedings,' which is published by the United States Naval Institute. This is the forum to express views about issues and concerns pertaining to maritime services. The Chief of Naval Operations launched 'Sea Power 21' in October 2002 in this maritime professional magazine, and for several months afterward there were explanations of its component parts in each issue. It seems likely that 'Sea Power 21' was launched in 'Proceedings' because it is the premier magazine of maritime profession, and also because it is the best way to get the word out to sailors.


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