The Submarine Review Index - 2000-2001

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January 2000
  • Features
  • Mobile Targets From Under the Sea
  • Centennial Update!
  • Remarks for Submarine Conference
  • National Missile Defense and Strategic Forces
  • Articles
  • The Most Important Type of Warship in the World
  • JANAC Submarine Credits Revised
  • ASDA: One Minisub, Many Roles
  • Submarine External Rotary Rack Weapons Systems
  • Air Independent Propulsion for SSNs
  • Modern Radar Tech on Sub Tactical Employment
  • Submarine Information Technology
  • Torpedoes of the Imperial Japanese Navy
  • Slide Rule Strategy Begins
  • First Soviet Nuclear Submarine
  • Reflections
  • FAB, The First Submarine Towed Array?
  • A Visit to TORSK in Baltimore's Inner Harbor
  • A Bogus Sayonara Message
  • Book Reviews
  • Torpedoman

April 2000
  • Features
  • Why the Virginia Class?
  • The Submarine Century
  • RADM Frederick Warder: A Tribute
  • A Submariner's Submariner: Charles Lockwood
  • Point - Counterpoint
  • The Accusation: Spend Now Ask Questions Later
  • The Response
  • Articles
  • The Submarine Environment
  • Global Access & Sub Relevance
  • ASW Technology-21st Century
  • Commercial Superconductivity
  • Make in America
  • Recruiting, Training & Leading
  • Strategic Planning Impact
  • Discussion
  • More About Hitler's U-Boats
  • Reflections
  • Topeka's Millennium Deck Log
  • Dog Fighting Submarines
  • A Daughter of WWII
  • Flank Flied Flippers
  • Book Review
  • The Terrible Hours

July 2000
  • Capt. George Street-Eulogy
  • Features
  • The Early Days
  • The Recent Days
  • The Future Days
  • Pacific Perspective
  • Submarine Technology Symposium
  • Mission Requirements-Speech
  • Sub Force and Technology Today-Speech
  • Attacking Mobile Targets/Undersea
  • Submarine Vision
  • Capability Vision
  • Articles
  • Remarks at Old-Timers Luncheon
  • USW Technology-21st Century
  • Perspectives of US SSBN Development
  • Discussions
  • More on Submarine LANS
  • Multi-Level Security Networks on Subs
  • Low Speed Maneuverability-A Must
  • More About Hitler's U-Boats

  • October 2000
  • Features
  • I Remember Dick Laning
  • Obituary for Capt Enright
  • Asking the Right Question
  • Address to Annual NSL Symposium
  • Submarine Centennial Update
  • Death of Kursk
  • An Earlier Weapon Casualty
  • Loss of a Yankee SSBN
  • Articles
  • Preparing for War: Now or Later?
  • Attack Subs & Network-Centric Warfare
  • U.S. Submarine Design in 20th Century
  • Saga of Pampanito
  • Back to Our Roots
  • Point - Counterpoint
  • The Enemy Below..the Brass Above
  • Save the Subs From DACOWITS Designs
  • Not in Our Submarines
  • Reflections
  • Memorial Day Address
  • Book Reviews
  • Hellions of the Deep
  • Seapower and Space

January 2001
  • Presidential Proclamation
  • Dedication of Centennial Memorial
  • Address to NDIA Clambake by VADM Grossenbacher
  • Submarine Force Multipliers
  • The Operator is Part of the System
  • WWII: Japan's Disinterest in Merchant Ship Convoying
  • A New Kind of Target Motion Analysis
  • A Little Dolphin History
  • Further Downsizing RDT&E
  • First Disaster
  • NAVINT News
  • Improving Sub Warfighting Endurance
  • The Dolphin Scholarship Foundation
  • USS Rasher
  • NSL Awards Program Reviewed
  • More About Hitler's U-Boats
  • Richard Knowles Morris
  • Capt Donald Keach
  • Getting Out…I'm from Philadelphia
  • WWII Sub Vets Memorial Service
  • An Ode to Lum
  • Book Review: Under Ice
  • Note: This issue current not in collection

  • April 2001
  • Issue: Force Levels - Remarks to Corporate Benefactors: Force Level
  • Issue: Relative Vulnerability - A Fleet to Fight in the Littorals
  • Features
  • Acting SecNav's Address to Corporate Benefactors
  • Future Security Environment 2001-2025-Part 1
  • The Coming Threat
  • Articles
  • Retaining the Submarine JO
  • A Perspective on Sub Officer Retention
  • Don't Forget the Arctic
  • Dick Laning and Seawolf
  • NAVINT News
  • Sub-Par Sub-Pay
  • Gangway-The Electric Revolution is Coming!
  • New Submarine Survival Gear
  • The Submarine Community
  • Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park
  • Keeping the Legacy Alive
  • Reflections
  • Submarines, Seagulls, and Sea Lions
  • Book Reviews
  • Subs Against the Rising Sun
  • Big Red

  • July 2001
  • Features
  • Remarks at Annual Symposium
  • A Pacific Update
  • Future Security Environment 2001-2005-Part II
  • Articles
  • Acquiescence is Agreement
  • Arabian Gulf as Model for Littoral USW
  • Darter and Dace at Leyte Gulf
  • Sinusoid of the Arms Race and American Strategy
  • U-2513 Remembered
  • Missing and In Action
  • Fast Attack Dilemma
  • NAVINT News
  • The Submarine Community
  • Submarine Reserve Status Report
  • A Submarine Internet Site
  • Deterrent Park Honors All Who Served--Buy a Brick!
  • Reflections
  • A Dependents Cruise--On a Floating Dry Dock?
  • One Submariner's Sea Stories-Part 1
  • Book Reviews
  • At War At Sea
  • Unrestricted Warfare

  • October 2001
  • Features
  • New and Revolutionary Technology for Tomorrow's Navy
  • The Best Patrol - HARDER's FIFTH
  • An Early Aviator's Observation on Submarine Warfare
  • Articles
  • SUBLANT SSBN Operations
  • The State of Periscope Technology
  • The Role of the Human Operator in the Submarine
  • Quanitative Submarine Communications Requirements
  • Submarines and Space Power
  • Trip South
  • RAN's COLLINS-Class Combat System
  • Changing Roles
  • NAVINT News
  • Discussions
  • A Minority View on GREENEVILLE
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Stealthy
  • The Submarine Community
  • US SubVets WWII Scholarship Program
  • Reflections
  • One Submariner's Sea Stories - Part II
  • Finding Uncle Bill
  • Book Reviews
  • Pearl Harbor
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The Submarine Review Index - 2002-2004

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  • January 2002
  • Not Currently in Collection

  • April 2002
  • Features
  • National Military Strategy
  • Remarks at Corporate Benefactors Day
  • Coming of Age: The SSGN Concept
  • The Next Era in Nuclear Weapons
  • Articles
  • Opportunity Calls for Focus
  • Submarine Imagery: Looking Ahead to the Next Hundred Years
  • Looking Around: A Short History of Periscopes - Part II
  • Our Submarine Navy in Transition
  • Escape from TANG
  • Some Thoughts on Submarine Escape, Rescue and Salvage
  • In the Beginning...There Was Special Projects
  • NAVINT News
  • Reflections
  • SEADRAGON, P5Ms and Ice Cream
  • Correction to Finding Uncle Bill
  • The Submarine Community
  • I've Got That Old Feeling Back
  • Naval Undersea Museum, Keyport, WA
  • DSF Then and Now - A Continuing Series
  • Book Reviews
  • Torpedoed
  • Nuclear Weapons and Aircraft Carriers
  • July 2002
  • The Pull for Submarine Technology
  • Get Real
  • Needed: Technology to Support Pacific OPLANs
  • Eulogies
  • ADM R. L. J. Long, USN (ret)
  • Articles
  • Technology Advances and Enablers
  • Strike Warfare in the 21st Century
  • Lessons Learned and Misconceptions
  • Imperial Japanese Navy Torpedoes - Part II
  • The New IUSS Team
  • Undersea Future Shock
  • First Fuel Cell Submarine
  • WWII Submarine Activityy in Australia
  • The Loss of USS GRUNION
  • Hollywood and Submarines
  • NAVINT News
  • The Submarine Community
  • Remarks at Submarine Birthday Ball
  • What the Navy Means to Me
  • Dolphin Scholarship Foundation - Then and Now
  • Reflections
  • More Sea Stories
  • Sounds of the Silent Service
  • Book Reviews
  • United States Submarines
  • Raising the Hunley

  • October 2002
  • Features
  • Globalization and Naval Ops
  • Whither Thou Goest?
  • Submarine Force Structure: Exercise in RadCon Math
  • New Directions in Submarine Technology
  • Articles
  • Heritage of Excellence and New Challenges to Meet
  • Comments from the Fleet
  • U.S. Naval Power and the Pursuit of Peace
  • The Future of SMERLO
  • New Akula Class Submarine GEPARD
  • Sub Bells to Sonar & Radar - Part I
  • NAVINT News
  • The Submarine Community
  • The Impact of Volunteer Support
  • Dolphin Scholarship Foundation - Then and Now
  • Reflections
  • In Memory of Admiral Long - Operation Hardtack
  • Practice Makes Perfect
  • Book Reviews
  • Terrors and Marvels
  • January 2003
  • Features
  • Remarks at 2002 NDIA Clambake
  • Globalization Under the Sea
  • Submarine Operations in Taiwan Waters
  • Leadership is Your Future
  • Articles
  • Partnership with Russia to Prevent Submarine Proliferation
  • Thoughts on Submarine TACDEV
  • From Down Under
  • Should Submarine Admirals Lead from the Front?
  • Universal Modular Mast (UMM)
  • Low Frequency Active Sonar: A New Look
  • USS BALAO (SS 285)
  • BALAO Sail Dedication
  • Eighth War Patrol of USS BALAO (SS 285)
  • Sea Stories
  • A Ship and a Ship's Cook
  • Remembering Doc
  • The Early Days
  • Book Reviews
  • The Bravest Man

  • April 2003
  • Eulogy
  • CAPT Edward L. Beach
  • Articles
  • Missing Magics Machine Material
  • Electric Drive and Superconductivity
  • Transforming Tactical Training
  • Last (and First) Thousand Miles
  • The Search for THRESHER
  • ASDS, SSGN, and WIAs
  • A Leadership Link
  • Newest Russian Submarine GEPARD
  • Sub Bells to Sonar & Randar - Part II
  • Hell's Bells - a Submariner's Version
  • NAVINT News
  • Discussions
  • Single Crew SSBN Force
  • Toward and Unmanned Attack Submarine
  • The Submarine Community
  • Message to Today's Submariners
  • Fitting Memorial to the Silent Service
  • History of US Submarine Veterans Fraternal Association
  • Sea Stories
  • There I Was
  • Practice Makes Perfect
  • Now You See Them, Now You Don't
  • Book Reviews
  • War Beneath The Sea

  • July 2003
  • American Shipbuilding Sea Power Forum
  • Opening Remarks and Introduction
  • Our National Naval Force Structure
  • Remarks - Director Naval Nuclear Propulsion
  • Remarks - Senior VP, General Dynamics
  • Submarine Technology Symposium
  • Banquet Address by Commander, USSTRATCOM
  • Submarine League Annual Symposium
  • Banquet Address
  • Keynote Address
  • Remarks - Commanding Officer USS LOUISVILLE (SSN 274)
  • Articles
  • Aboard USS PROVIDENCE During the Iraq War
  • Lasting Legacies of THRESHER - Part II
  • So What if the Seas Were Transparent?
  • Depth Charges: An Early ASW Weapon
  • Small Navies, Big Boats
  • The LACONIA Affair: A Coalescence of Tragedies
  • The U-157 and INFANTA ISABEL
  • Russia Eyes the US Navy and Sees Itself
  • The Submarine Community
  • The Dolphin Scholarship Foundation
  • Book Reviews
  • Final Bearing

  • October 2003
  • Not Currently In Collection

  • January 2004
  • Features
  • COMNAVSUBFOR at the NDIA
  • The Submerged Battle Group
  • The Non-Tactical Data Processing System - Modern Tools for the 21st Century
  • Articles
  • Time to Re-Man the Deck Guns
  • Submarines and Space Power - Part II
  • Really New SSNs
  • Other Submarines in the Iraq War
  • Slow-Speed Controllability - Tactical Requirement?
  • Reflections on a Tiger Cruise
  • Diesel Boaters and Nuclear Submariners are One
  • NARWHAL Lives On!
  • Saga of a SCULPIN Survivor
  • U-Boats in Our Backyard
  • Foreign News
  • Personal Tributes
  • Captain Bill Rhue by a Classmate
  • As the 1st Editor of The Submarine Review
  • Captain Ned Beach by a Shipmate
  • Sea Stories
  • Wartime Memories of TILEFISH
  • Fuddy Duddy Buddy
  • Speed x Time Equals ??
  • Book Reviews
  • Dark Waters
  • Pearl Harbor Avenger

  • April 2004
  • Features
  • At a Critical Juncture
  • Commander Naval Submarine Forces to Corporate Benefactors
  • Submarine: Weapon of Choice - Part I
  • Submarines in Transformation
  • NATO's Continuing Conflict with ISMs
  • Articles
  • VIRGINIA's Command and Control Center
  • Through the Bering Strait in Mid-Winter
  • A New Attack Boat Force Level Study
  • Chiefs Take Charge
  • Philly Hits the Mark
  • Matthew Fontaine Maury
  • Hunt for the USS ALLIGATOR
  • THRESHER Debris Field
  • The Submarine Community
  • Skipper's Tribute
  • Honors for both TRITONs
  • Sea Stories
  • Clear the Bridge Admiral ... Now!
  • Book Reviews
  • Rising Tide

  • July 2004
  • Features
  • Christening of USS JIMMY CARTER (SSN 23)
  • Submarine Technology Symposium
  • Remarks by Director, Naval Nuclear Propulsion
  • Remarks by Commander, Naval Submarine Forces
  • Submarine League Annual Symposium
  • Banquet Address
  • Perspectives
  • Awards Luncheon Address
  • Remarks, Director of Naval Nuclear Propulsion
  • Remarks, COMNAVSUBFOR
  • Articles
  • Cold War at Sea Conference
  • The Greek Submarines
  • Influence of NAUTILUS
  • The Submarine 1776-1918
  • Submarines: Weapons of Choice - Part II
  • Foreign News
  • Book Reviews
  • The Archaeologist Was a Spy
  • Gallant Lady

  • October 2004
  • VIRGINIA Underway
  • Putting VIRGINIA to the Test: A Success Story
  • VIRGINIA Joins the Fleet
  • Eulogy
  • Admiral I. J. Galantin
  • Features
  • An SSN in the Global War on Terror
  • NAUTILUS
  • Killing Nuclear Submarines
  • Articles
  • Anti-Submarine Warfare in the 21st Century
  • Submarines and WMD Proliferation
  • USS Triton (Hall) Commissioning
  • A Sailor's Farewell: Reflections on Retirement
  • New Batteries Coming for Submarines
  • Classroom Performance Improvement Project
  • Submarine News from Around the World
  • The Submarine Community
  • Levering Smith Chapter; Naval Submarine League
  • Preserving Our Submarine Heritage
  • Sea Stories
  • THRESHER's Gripping Saga
  • Book Reviews
  • Cold War Submarines
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