Volume 48, Number 4 (1995) Autumn
USS Enterprise (CV 6), photographed from the rear seat of an SDD Dauntless in July 1944 during landing operations in the Marianas (National Archives photograph NA-80-G-281801). For more on our recognition of the fiftieth anniversary of the end of World War II and about our cover, see page 87.
Institutionalizing Innovation: Objective or Oxymoron?
Bradd C. Hayes
India and Russia: The End of a Special Relationship?
McNamara and the Rise of Analysis in Defense Planning: A Retrospective
Peter T. Tarpgaard
High Seas: The Naval Passage to an Uncharted World
Frank B. Kelso II and William A. Owens
The Codebreakers' War: The Ultra-Magic Deals and the Most Secret Special Relationship, 1940-1946
William G. Bittle and Bradley F. Smith
To Die Gallantly: The Battle of the Atlantic
William T. Y'Blood, Timothy J. Runyan, and Jan M. Copes
The Defeat of the German U-Boats: The Battle of the Atlantic
Douglas McLean and David Syrett
The War in the Pacific: From Pearl Harbor to Tokyo Bay
Mark Hess and Harry A. Gailey
Ultra in the Pacific: How Breaking Japanese Codes and Ciphers Affected Naval Operations against Japan, 1941-1945
Robert W. Cosgriff and John Winton
The Shame of Savo: The Sinking of HMAS Canberra—Anatomy of a Naval Disaster
Peter Charles Unsinger, Bruce Loxton, and Chris Coulthard-Clark
The First Team and the Guadalcanal Campaign: Naval Fighter Combat from August to November 1942
Robert J. Cressman and John B. Lundstrom
Crommelin's Thunderbirds: Air Group 12 Strikes the Heart of Japan
Mark Morgan, R. W. Bruce, and C. R. Leonard
"Crossing the Line: A Bluejacket's World War II Odyssey" and "Goodnight Officially: The Pacific War Letters of a Destroyer Sailor"
Pelham G. Boyer, Alvin Kernan, and William M. McBride