Volume 48, Number 3 (1995) Summer
"Marine au large d'Alger" ("The Navy off Algiers''), a painting by Jean-Louis Paguenaud, suggests the richness of the tradition possessed by the French naval audience that heard Dr. Don Daniel's address, "The Evolution of Naval Power to the Year 2010," in this issue. From the collection of the Musee de la Marine, Paris; reproduced by the generosity and kind assistance of Rear Admiral Francois Bellec, Director, and Mme. Huyghues des Etages, Curator.
The U.S. & Changing Approaches to National Security & World Order
Inis L. Claude Jr.
One Hundred Years of Sea Power: The U.S. Navy, 1890-1990,
James L. George
Buying Trouble? National Security and Reliance on Foreign Industry
Joseph B. Starshak
Uncertain Warriors: Lyndon Johnson and His Vietnam Advisers
Cole C. Kingseed
The Search for Self-Reliance: Australian Defence Since Vietnam
Paratrooper: The Lift and Times of General James Gavin
A Simple, Functional Model of Modem Naval Conflict
Theodore C. Taylor