United States Naval Institute Proceedings for the advancement of professional, literary, and scientific knowledge of the Navy, Volume LXXXIII, Part II
Annapolic, MD: United States Naval Institute, 1957. Presumed first edition/first printing thus. Hardcover. xxii, 699-1377,  Illustrations. Six issues bound in one volume. Individual issue covers removed. This volume contains the issues for July through December, 1957. Proceedings is a monthly magazine published by the United States Naval Institute since 1874. The 96-page publication features articles about naval and military matters. It is the third longest, continuously-published magazine in the United States after Scientific American and Harper's Magazine. The United States Naval Institute (USNI), based in Annapolis, Maryland, is a private, non-profit, professional military association that seeks to offer independent, nonpartisan forums for debate of national defense and security issues. In addition to publishing magazines and books, the Naval Institute holds several annual conferences. Established in 1873, the Naval Institute currently has about 50, 000 members, mostly active and retired personnel of the United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. The organization also has members in over 90 countries. The organization has no official or funding ties to the United States Naval Academy or the U.S. Navy, although it is based on the grounds of the Naval Academy through permission granted by a 1936 Act of Congress. The Naval Institute's mission is to provide an independent forum for those who dare to read, think, speak, and write in order to advance the professional, literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other issues critical to national defense. Condition: Good. Some marks and comments on some pages noted. Cover has some wear and soiling.
Keywords: Alvin Cottrell, Naval Aviation, Naval Bases, Interdiction, Korean War, Signalling, Suez, Strausz-Hupe, Naval Academy, Friedrich Ruge, Reconnaissance Drone, Nuclear-powered Seaplane, Savo, Scapa Flow, Cagle, David Dixon Porter, Camel, Boei Daigakko