Volume 40, Number 3 (1987) Summer
The U.S.S. Buffalo (SSN 715) at high speed on the surface. Oil painting by Lieutenant Commander John Charles Roach, U.S. Naval Reserve, reproduced through the courtesy of the U.S. Navy Art Collection, Washington Navy Yard . Lieutenant Commander Roach has created a series of oils on submarines and submarine life. The collection is currently serving as a traveling exhibit on the West Coast and Hawaii.
The Soviet Union's Foreign Policy Environment to the
Alvin Z. Rubinstein
The German-American Debate on Security and Strategy
Why Are the Soviets against Missile Defense-Or Are They?
Anthony Carl Holm
The Gulf of Mexico: A Forgotten Frontier in the 1980s
William J. Cox
Controlling the Big Stick: Theodore Roosevelt and theCuban Crisis of 1906
Christopher A. Abel
Maritime Strategy, Geopolitics, and the Defense of the West
Clark G. Reynolds
National Security: Enduring Problems of U.S. Defense Policy
Joseph M. Scolnick Jr.
North Atlantic Run: The Royal Canadian Navy and the Battle for the Convoys
Lawrence Carroll Allin
Oil painting by Lieutenant Commander John Charles Roach, U.S. Naval Reserve