You gotta want to go to sea

Callaway, John R. H.
November 1999
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Nov99, Vol. 125 Issue 11, p58
Conference Proceeding
Discusses the recruitment of officers by the United States Navy. Need to recruit natural leaders with potential command presence; Cultivating surface personnel as midshipmen; Cultivating the culture of the sea to the personnel.


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