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The Importance of the Command of the Sea, For an Adequate Navy, and more

The Business Management of the Navy

By G.v.L. Meyer

The Fleet and its Readiness for Service

By Rear-Admiral Richard wainwright

Influence of the United States on the World's Battleship Designs

Our Plan of Placing All Turrets on the Center-line Has Become the World's Standard

By R. M. Watt

Propelling Machinery for Naval Vessels

Review of Present Conditions and Future Possibilities in Motive Power

By H. I. Cone

Recent Development in Ordnance

Demand for Higher Efficiency Met by Our Latest Guns and Armor

By N. C. Twining

Rank of the United States Among the Naval Powers

Our Present Standing Threatened by the Lack of Colliers and Other Auxiliaries

By T. M. Potts

On Board a Battleship

Intimate View of the Life of a Community of One Thousand Souls

By Albert Gleaves

Target Practice

How Our Men Are Taught to Shoot Straight in Rough Weather

By Leigh C. Palmer

A Landsman's Log Aboard the Battleship “North Dakota”-V.

“The Greatest Game in the World”

By J. Bernard Walker

The Modern Submarine

A Seaworthy and Deadly Craft, Which May Ultimately Dominate Naval Warfare

By D. C. Bingham

Huge Icebergs of the Southern Ocean

Recent Views on Road-Tarring

By Guglielminetti

The Crusade Against the House Fly


  • Letters

    Correspondence- December 9, 1911

  • Departments

    Notes and Queries- December 9, 1911

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