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Naval War College Review

Volume 47, Number 1 (1994) Winter


Two USS Killy Hawk F-14 Tomcats fly sunset "touch-and-goes" in this dramatic painting by William S. Phillips entitled "Those Last Critical Moments." The aircraft approaching from the right, tailhook lowered, is lining up on the vertical red "drop lights" on the transom and also on the green "meatball" (visible between and slightly higher than the horizontal green "datums" forward on the flight deck, to the left). A-7 Corsairs and SH-3 Sea King helicopters are parked on deck. (Copyright, The Green­ wich Workshop, Inc., Trumbull, Conn., (800) 243-4246; by permission.)

Full Issue

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Winter 1994 Full Issue
The U.S. Naval War College

President's Forum

 

President's Notes
Joseph C. Strasser

Articles

 

Stealth Technology in Surface Warships
John W. McGillvray Jr.

Book Reviews

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Book Reviews
The U.S. Naval War College

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Divided We Stand,
Carl O. Schuster

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Stalin: Triumph and Tragedy
Michael A. Palmer

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Sharks of Steel
James Patton

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Small Craft Navies
George Galdorisi

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Rogue Warrior,
Sam J. Tangredi

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The Wars of America
Albert M. Bottoms

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The Norton Book of Modem War
Thomas-Durell Young

Additional Writings

 

In My View
David Miller

 

Set and Drift
The U.S. Naval War College

Credit

(Copyright, The Green­ wich Workshop, Inc., Trumbull, Conn., (800) 243-4246; by permission.).