Volume 60, Number 3 (2007) Summer
The British battleship Royal Oak in 1917 or 1918, an image exemplifying the power of the “battle line.” Jon Tetsuro Sumida in this issue examines how the Royal Navy in that era addressed the fundamental issues posed by emerging technology for the employment of gunnery in naval combat.
From the collection of Kenneth Watson of New Canaan, Connecticut, courtesy of the Naval War College Museum, to which the collection was donated through the Naval War College Foundation. Volume 108, “Royal Navy—Battleships No. 8” (RN BB 8).
From the Editor
China’s Rising Sea Power: The PLA Navy’s Submarine Challenge,
Peter J. Woolley
America’s Viceroys: The Military and U.S. Foreign Policy
Donald K. Hansen
Weapons of Choice: The Development of Precision Guided Munitions