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Every week on the Proceedings Podcast, the Naval Institute's Director of Outreach, Ward Carroll, and the Editor-in-Chief of Proceedings, Bill Hamblet, talk about what's happening in the Sea Services, latest news from USNI News, stories in Proceedings and Naval History magazines, and interview Naval Institute authors. Deputy Editor Bill Bray joins the cast from time to time as well.
Proceedings Podcast EP. 357: Redesign the SWO Junior Officer Pipeline
Revamping the JO training pipeline could increase surface warfare officer retention and expertise.
Proceedings Podcast EP. 356: Management Makes Warfighting Possible
Host Bill Hamblet and U.S. Navy Commander DeVere Crooks discuss the importance of maintaining the readiness of a globally mobile warfighting team.
Proceedings Podcast EP. 355: Honda Point Remembered
One night. Seven destroyers wrecked. An unprecedented peacetime loss for the Navy: a look back at the Honda Point 100 years later.
Co-authored by Former Secretary of the Navy Kenneth Braithwaite, and former naval officer Charles Robbins, this piece is featured in the latest issue of Naval History Magazine. To read the article, visit: https://www.usni.org/magazines/naval-history-magazine/2023/october/honda-point-remembered
This month's episodes of the Proceedings Podcast are sponsored by Textron Systems: https://bit.ly/3PwKBYb
Proceedings Podcast EP. 354: Tailhook '23 Day 3—RADM Doug Verissimo, U.S. Navy
Former Blue Angel, aircraft carrier commanding officer, and now Commander, Naval Air Forces Atlantic, talks about opportunities and challenges in the Navy.
Proceedings Podcast EP. 353: Tailhook '23 Day 2—Conversation with the Air Boss
Host Bill Hamblet talks with Vice Admiral Ken Whitesell, Commander, Naval Air Forces, (aka "Air Boss") about naval aviation readiness and pilot production.
Proceedings Podcast EP. 352: Tailhook '23 Day 1 with CDR "Dragon" Findlay
Host Bill Hamblet talks to Commander Kristen "Dragon" Findlay, US Navy, Commanding Officer VFA-122 and President of the Tailhook Association.
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Have loved this podcast for years. The carroll- Hamblett team were interesting and incisive and never failed to entertain. Now, it has become less interesting and almost hard to listen to. Just try listening to the most recent SNA episode and notwithstanding the contractor pitch, the background noise was unbearable! Please up the game and get back to the purpose of the podcast and improve the technical quality!! Thanks
How they made the passage a number of times and small sailing vessels Kariva flown the area, many times, and walked the site on Vanderburgh. The presentation offered little to an understanding of what happened and why. well, most people think of California as having a north south coast line, between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The coastline makes a nearly 90° turn just south of the incident site. Thus there is a strong incentive to make the turn. As early as possible.
The discussion seems to be more focused on the politics of the Navy than the challenge of navigating ships using the limited Navigational resources The presentation seems to be people talking more about themselves
More than providing further enlightenment of this classical Lesson in leader ship, and Professionalism it seems more about the presenters talking about themselves
Love having these complicated issues explained in a way that makes sense and in a fashion that I understand.