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Naval War College Review

Volume 66, Number 1 (2013) Winter


USS Yorktown (CV 5) in Dry Dock No. 1 at the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard on 29 May 1942. On this celebrated occasion at least the most vital repairs of damage received in the battle of the Coral Sea were completed in forty-eight hours to allow the ship to leave the next day to participate in the battle of Midway. There the ship was to be disabled by air attack on 4 June and sunk on 7 June, while under tow, by a Japanese submarine. Thereafter, the U.S. Navy carrier doctrine in the Pacific was to be transformed and matured in the course of a remarkable process traced by Thomas C. Hone in this issue. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, U.S. National Archives collection. Courtesy National Archives, photo no. 80-G-13065.

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Winter 2013 Review
The U.S Naval War College

From the Editor

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From the Editors
Pelham G. Boyer

President's Forum

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President’s Forum
John N. Christenson

Articles

Book Reviews

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Book Reviews
The U.S Naval War College

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Maritime Piracy
Edward Lucas

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War and Human Nature
Martin L. Cook

Reflections on Reading

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Reflections on Reading
John E. Jackson

Additional Writings

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Commentary
John F. O’Connell

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Research & Debate
Martin Bennett

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In My View
David B. Collins