- Hands Across the Water. Timberg, Robert // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Mar2008, Vol. 134 Issue 3, p4
The article presents the author's views on how the journal has been responding to naval developments across the world. Apart from providing the coverage of the Soviet Navy, the journal, over the years, has been covering other navies sailing the marine commons. The first International Navies...
- E-MAIL & WEB DIRECTORY. // Sea Classics;Apr2013, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p64
A directory of book, organizations and collector items related to navies in the U.S. is presented.
- Editor's Page. Rainbow, F. H. // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Nov2004, Vol. 130 Issue 11, p8
This article reports that November 2004 marks the 229th anniversary of the founding of the U.S. Marine Corps, and this issue of the journal focuses on Marines and Marine issues. Taking a page from the Marine Corps' successful laser focus on its history and heritage, the Navy and Naval Institute...
- Brothers Forever: The Enduring Bond Between a Marine and a Navy Seal that Transcended Their Ultimate Sacrifice. Cox, Lieutenant Andrew // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Oct2014, Vol. 140 Issue 10, p78
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- Friend and Advisor to the Allied Navies: The Royal Navy's Principal Liaison Officer and Multinational Naval Operations in World War II. Jones, Mark C. // Journal of Military History;Jul2013, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p991
The collaboration during World War II (1939-45) between the British Royal Navy (RN) and the navies-in-exile of Poland, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Yugoslavia, and Greece necessitated the creation of a liaison system between senior naval officers to ensure the effective integration of...
- TWO: The Challenger: The French Navy, 1840s-1890s. Sondhaus, Lawrence // Navies in Modern World History;2004, p49
Chapter two of the book "Navies in Modern World History," by Lawrence Sondhaus is presented. It explores the history of the French Navy during 1840-1890. After 1815, the French navy maintained its rank as the world's second largest navy, challenging the British navy's dominant position. It is...
- U-A I WANNA GO. // Marines;Apr-Jun2008, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p11
The author discusses a funny incident in the U.S. Marines. He states that the incident involves a particular Marine who was questioned for committing an unauthorized leave for 34 days. He stressed out that during the interrogation, the Marine argues that he was only gone for 29 days, not 34 days...
- FROM BLACK & WHITE TO MULTI-COLOURED. Wiedemann, Jan // Naval Forces;2002 Special Issue, Vol. 21, p4
Comments on the periods in history with great significance for the German Navy. Resolution of World War II; Advent of the Cold War; Reunification of the German nation.
- ROLES, MISSION AND STRUCTURE OF THE GERMAN NAVY. // Naval Forces;2002 Special Issue, Vol. 21, p15
Explains the roles and organization of the German Navy. Context of collective defense with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in which the Navy operates; Tenets of partnership and cooperation as the constant mission of the German navy.