Volume 40, Number 2 (1987) Spring
Three A-6E Intruders of VA-145. flying out of NAS Whidbey Island, Washington.
Interwar Innovation in Three Navies: U.S. Navy, Royal Navy, Imperial Japanese Navy
Thomas C. Hone and Mark D. Mandeles
The Dogma of the Battle of Annihilation: The Theories of Clausewitz and Schlieffen and Their Impact on the German Conduct of Two World Wars
Holger H. Herwig and Jehuda L. Wallach
"La Puissance Maritime—Castex er la Strategie Navale," "Castex, Le Stratege Inconnu"
Michael P. Gevrey and Herve Coutau-Regarie
"History of the Art of War Within the Framework of Political History: Vol. III, The Middle Ages," "History of the Art of War Within the Framework of Political History: Vol. IV, The Modern Era"
John B. Hattendorf and Hans Delbrück
Intelligence Requirements for the 1980's: Intelligence and Policy
Anthony J. Mohr and Roy Godson
Her Majesty's Secret Service: The Making of the British Intelligence Community
Robert Bathurst and Christopher Andrew
Green Berets at War: U.S. Army Special Forces in Southeast Asia 1956-1975
Sam C. Sarkesian and Shelby L. Stanton
Anatomy of a War: Vietnam, the United States and the Modern Historical Experience
Lawrence Di Rita and Gabriel Kolko
America Overcommitted: United States National Interests in the 1980's
Albert M. Bottoms and Donald E. Nuechterlein
Hold the Narrow Sea: Naval Warfare in the English Channel, 1939-1945
Milan Vego and Peter C. Smith
"Directory of the World's Capital Ships," "An Illustrated Guide to Battleships and Battlecruisers"
Richard F. Cross III, Paul H. Silverstone, and John Jordan
In My View
G. M. Day, David R. Mets, James Tritten, Elias B. Mott, J. E. Greenbacker, and Alfred P. Rubin
Professional Reading: Of Tactics, Doctrine and Rules Made to be Broken
David G. Clark and Wayne P. Hughes
Photo by Richard Breunig, courtesy of Horizons Magazine, Grumman Aerospace Corporation.