Volume 41, Number 1 (1988) Winter
Our cover photo, taken by C. W. Griffin, PH2, deep in a fjord below Trondheim, Norway, during Nato's Teamwork 80, shows the heavily laden LCU-1653 approaching a causeway. The ship beyond her is the USS Hermitage (LSD-34) and that just astern is the roll-on, roll-off ship USNS Comet (T-AKR-7). A Marine Corps CH-53 circles overhead. The naval war in the South Atlantic in 1982, discussed insightfully on pages 33-50 of this issue by Admiral Harry Train, reached its climax in just such an operation. An imaginative forecast of naval warfare in the Arctic, presented on pages 51-80 by two recent graduates the Naval War College, describes events of a very different nature. Official photo, U.S. Navy.
An Analysis of the Falkland/Malvinas Islands Campaign
Harry D. Train II
Research in the Naval Historical Collection: Gifts and Acquisitions
Evelyn M. Cherpak
A Harmonic in Some Diverse Writing on British Naval History
John B. Hattendorf
The Reagan Defense Program: An Interim Assessment.
Albert M. Bottoms
Pentagon Games: War Gaming and the American Military.
Henry W. Mahncke
War Without Mercy:Race and Power in the Pacific War
Thomas B. Modly
Wars Without Splendor: The U.S. Military and Low-Level Conflict
Allan R. Millett