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    The April 2009 Issue of SEAPOWER NOW AVAILABLE AS A [http://www.seapower-digital.com/seapower/spsample/] DIGITAL EDITION
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 30, 2009
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       The April 2009 Issue of SEAPOWER

      NOW AVAILABLE AS A DIGITAL EDITION

      Seapower Magazine

      P. 3 President’s Message. Troubling signs on the Hill.

      P. 44 Naval Sea Cadet program can be stepping stone to service academies.

      P. 46 NLUS Board of Directors’ meeting set for June 11-14.

      P. 48 Glenview Council honors USCG helicopter crew for rescue mission.

      P. 48 Spokane Council honors Fort Spokane Sea Cadets.

      P. 49 Santa Barbara Council sponsoring Stockdale commissioning.

      P. 49 St. Maarten/ St. Martin honors council member for longstanding support.

      P. 49 Sacramento Council receives grant check from Wal-Mart.

      P. 50 Fort Lauderdale fetes 50th anniversary.

      P. 50 Atlanta Metro hears presentation from Maj. Gen. Stone.

      P. 50 St. Petersburg Council organizes public awareness tour aboard Coast Guard Cutter Hawk.

      P. 51 American Victory cadets help restore lifeboats from namesake ship.

      P. 51 Broward County Council hosts sheriff as guest speaker.

      P. 12 Odd Man Out. Will U.S. finally accede to the U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea?

      P. 16 Final Exam for Fire Scout. Navy prepares unmanned helicopter for ISR missions.

      P. 20 Slingshot Surveillance. Catapulted ScanEagle logs successes in combat with Navy, Marine Corps.

      P. 28 Human Intelligence. Navy responds to gaps with integrated, human-derived information enterprise.

      P. 32 Interview. Coast Guard Rear Adm. Mary E. Landry discusses strategy to engage public, disseminate information using social media.

      P. 36 Economic Realities. Coast Guard sees costs of NSC, Ocean Sentry programs rise.

      P. 56 Own Words. Lt. Kraig Jones, HC-130 Hercules pilot, Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater, Fla.

      P. 6 Washington Report
      * Presidential Copter Becomes Symbol for Defense Programs ‘Gone Amok.’
      * Obama Wants $663.7B for Defense, Wars in 2010.
      * Lawmaker Seeks LCS Competition.

      P. 7 Intercepts
      “The United States cannot expect to eliminate national security risks through higher defense budgets, to everything and buy everything. The Department of Defense must set priorities and consider inescapable tradeoffs and opportunity costs.”
      Robert M. Gates, secretary of defense

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    • SEAPOWER Editor
      The August 2009 Issue of SEAPOWER NOW AVAILABLE AS A DIGITAL EDITION P. 3 President’s Message. Reverse the Trend. P. 61 Branch named president-elect;
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 22, 2009
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         The August 2009 Issue of SEAPOWER

        NOW AVAILABLE AS A DIGITAL EDITION

        Seapower Magazine

        P. 3 President’s Message. Reverse the Trend.

        P. 61 Branch named president-elect; Phillips Accepts Burke Award at Board meeting.

        P. 64 Atlanta Metropolitan Council presents Annual Youth Awards.

        P. 65 NJROTC programs honored after national competitions.

        P. 65 Navy League presents awards to service academy graduates.

        P. 66 Massachusetts Bay Council hosts Sea Cadet leaders.

        P. 66 Pacific Merchant Marine Council to support Sea Cadet Unit.

        P. 67 NSCC Unit launches in Colorado Springs .

        P. 67 St. Augustine co-hosts international reception aboard USS John L. Hall.

        P. 68 Sen. Feinstein given ship’s plank as honorary chair of Bertholf Commissioning Committee.

        P. 69 Hampton Roads Council participates in Joint Warfighting Conference.

        P. 12 Afghanistan Reset. Army Materiel Command sees unprecedented cooperation among services in shift from Iraq .

        P. 16 Interview. Maersk Alabama’s Capt. Richard Phillips reflects on career, discusses plan for improved security on the high seas.

        P. 22 Deepwater Progress. With new processes in place, Coast Guard program delivers assets.

        P. 26 Return to the Arctic . Longer-range helicopters, lighter boats take part in summer mission.

        P. 28 Critical Gaps. Agencies struggle to coordinate nuclear-detection architecture.

        P. 32 Jayhawk Facelift. Upgrades expand capabilities of Coast Guard’s H-60 helicopter.

        P. 36 The Overseer. With Coast Guard now in control, vice commandant sees service marching smartly forward on Deepwater.

        P. 39 The Director. New Coast Guard acquisition chief sharpens focus on Deepwater priorities.

        P. 44 Super Ferry. JHSV leverages proven technology to low-risk development.

        P. 48 Expansion Plans. Marine Corps wants more land for combat training at Twentynine Palms.

        P. 6 Washington Report
        * How Navy Will Buy Super Hornets Is a Sticking Point for Lawmakers.
        * GAO: Alternatives Analysis for V-22.
        * Second State-Class Ship Delivered by NASSCO.
         
        P. 7 Intercepts
        “Cyber security may have more attention and it may be in a higher priority status, but I’m not certain that it is getting due consideration in spite of the fact that we are at war.”
        Richard Etter
        Senior information assurance officer for the Navy
        On the road ahead for military cyber security.

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