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The Proceedings Podcast

The Proceedings Podcast

The Naval Institute is a private, not-for-profit educational institution whose mission is to provide an independent forum for those who dare to read, think, speak, and write to advance the professional, literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other issues critical to global security. 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.

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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 300: Improve Marine Corps Recruiting To Prevent Assault

U.S. Navy Lieutenant Julie Roland joins host Bill Hamblet to discuss her prize-winning essay for the Marine Corps Essay Contest.
2022-11-14
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 299: Operation Torch, 80th Anniversary

Eighty years ago, in November 1942, the Allies struck back at the Axis powers with the launch of Operation Torch, the large-scale invasion of North Africa during World War II. Join us on the next edition of the Naval History podcast as Vincent P. O?Hara discusses the events of this historic operation, from the Morocco landings to the frenzied race for Tunisia.
2022-11-10
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 298: November Review

Hosts Bill Hamblet, Bill Bray, and Brian O'Rourke discuss highlights from the November issue.
2022-11-08
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 297: Marines Need Regenerative Logistics

Host Bill Hamblet talks with Marine Corps Major Dustin Nicholson about his prize-winning essay.
2022-11-07
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 296: CNO Naval History Essay Contest Winners

Join us on the latest Naval History podcast as we chat with this year?s winners in the Professional Historian category of the CNO Naval History Essay Contest, Lieutenant Colonel Pete Owen, USMC (Retired), and historian Andrew Blackley.
2022-11-02
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 295: Cuban Crisis, Northern Vantage

We commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis with Michael Whitby, Senior Naval Historian with the Canadian Ministry of Defence, and the previously highly classified story of the ?Cuban Crisis, Northern Vantage.? To read the article from today's episode, visit: https://www.usni.org/magazines/naval-history-magazine/2022/october/cuban-crisis-northern-vantage This content is made possible by the members of the U.S. Naval Institute. For additional details about the Naval Institute, visit: www.usni.org/join.
2022-10-20
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Proceedings Podcast EP. 294: Raytheon discusses the U.S. Navy?s SPY-6 radar

In this episode, sponsored by Raytheon Missiles and Defense, Scott Spence, the Executive Director of Naval Integrated Solutions, talks to host Bill Hamblet about the SPY-6 radar and its deployment on Arleigh Burke-class Type III DDGs, Ford-class carriers, and amphibious ships.
2022-10-17
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Proceeding Podcast Ep. 292: Editor's Desk: The Submarine Warfare Issue

Host Bill Hamblet provides some highlights from the October issue, and takes time to answer audience questions.
2022-10-13
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 293: Sea Power Demands Intellectual Readiness

Host Bill Hamblet sits down with authors Trent Hone and Lieutenant Eric Vorm, U.S. Navy, to discuss their article 'Intellectual Readiness Is Vital to Sea Power,' the latest installment of the American Sea Power Project. To read the article, visit: https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2022/october/intellectual-readiness-vital-sea-power
2022-10-13
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 291: Dr. Bilyana Lilly on Russia's Information Warfare Campaign

Host Bill Hamblet sits down with Dr. Bilyana Lilly?author of Russian Information Warfare (Naval Institute Press, 2022)?to discuss Russian cyber disruption, disinformation, and Russia's ongoing information warfare campaign in Ukraine. For more information or to purchase Dr. Lilly's book, visit: https://www.usni.org/press/books/russian-information-warfare This content is made possible by the members of the U.S. Naval Institute. For additional details about the Naval Institute, visit: https://www.usni.org/join
2022-10-04
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 290: Carrier Air Wings For Diplomacy

Carrier air wings can further diplomacy in this era of great power competition. To read the article from this podcast, visit: https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2022/september/expeditionary-air-wing-diplomatic-role-peacetime
2022-09-29
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 289: Ward Carroll: Departing the Pattern

Ward Carroll joins host Bill Hamblet to reflect on his time with the Naval Institute, and what comes next.
2022-09-29
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 288: Ed Offley: My Lifelong Carrier Deployment

Military historian and journalist Ed Offley, talking about his lifelong relationship with aircraft carriers, with a nostalgic look at the many carriers he served on during his 20-year Navy career. To view the video of this podcast, check out our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GM9Fpnhle5w This content is made possible by the members of the U.S. Naval Institute. For additional details about the Naval Institute, visit: https://www.usni.org/join
2022-09-23
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 287: Trust, But Verify: Building Aviator Relationships with AI

F/A-18 pilot, Lieutenant Mark ?Tugboat? Jbeilly, U.S. Navy, talks about how the naval aviation community can and must build human-machine trust and teamwork as it integrates unmanned air systems, powered by AI, into the carrier airwing of the future.
2022-09-19
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 286: Tailhook Chairman Admiral Gortney on Naval Aviation

Admiral Bill ?Shortney? Gortney, USN (Ret.), talks about naval aviation at the annual Tailhook Symposium in Reno, Nevada.
2022-09-13
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 285: Gorbachev And Reagan

Benjamin Griffin, author of Reagan?s War Stories: A Cold War Presidency, talks about the late Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev and his relationship with U.S. President Ronald Reagan. For more information on Ben's book, click here: usni.org/press/books/reagans-war-stories Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest content from the Proceedings Podcast, and more from the U.S. Naval Institute! This content is made possible by the members of the U.S. Naval Institute. For additional details about the Naval Institute, visit: https://www.usni.org/join
2022-09-02
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 284: The Annapolis Spies Of World War I

Adam Minakowski, Assistant Archivist in Special Collections & Archives at the U.S. Naval Academy?s Nimitz Library, delves into the bizarre case of a midshipman, his mother, suspicious goings-on, and the threat of wartime espionage, in ?The Annapolis Spies of World War I.? To read the article, visit: https://www.usni.org/magazines/naval-history-magazine/2022/august/annapolis-spies-world-war-i This content is made possible by the members of the U.S. Naval Institute. For additional details about the Naval Institute, visit: https://www.usni.org/join
2022-09-02
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Proceedings Podcast EP. 283: Understanding The Chinese Navy

Captain Jim Fanell, U.S. Navy (Ret.)?noted expert on the Chinese Navy, former Director of Intelligence for the U.S. Pacific Fleet, and frequent Proceedings contributor?will provide an in-depth briefing on the Chinese Navy, its operations, and shipbuilding programs. This content is made possible by the members of the U.S. Naval Institute. For additional details about the Naval Institute, visit: https://www.usni.org/join
2022-08-18
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Proceedings Podcast EP. 282: Build Firefighting Proficiency In The Navy

For ships in port, fires are not only more likely, but also more challenging (as illustrated by the USS Bon­homme Richard (LHD-6) and USS Miami (SSN-755) fires). The Navy must build firefighting proficiency across every watch team. To read MK & Joel's article from the August issue, visit: https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2022/august/every-sailor-firefighter This content is made possible by the members of the U.S. Naval Institute. For additional details about the Naval Institute, visit: https://www.usni.org/join
2022-08-18
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 281: What Can We Learn From A Bipolar General

Proceedings author Major General Gregg F. Martin, U.S. Army (Retired), discusses his journey back to himself, and what the military can do to help its members deal with mental health conditions. To read General Martin's article, visit: https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2022/august/bipolar-general-what-can-we-learn Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest content from the Proceedings Podcast, and more from the U.S. Naval Institute! https://www.youtube.com/c/USNavalInstitute This content is made possible by the members of the U.S. Naval Institute. For additional details about the Naval Institute, visit: https://www.usni.org/join
2022-08-15
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 280: Youssef Aboul-Enein On Recent Counterterrorism Operations

Middle East expert and Naval Institute Press author Commander Youssef Aboul-Enein, US Navy, talks about Ayman al-Zawahiri and what his death means for U.S. counterterrorism efforts.
2022-08-09
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 279: War Against The Slave Trade

Host Eric Mills and author William Prom discuss how the introduction of screw steamers helped the U.S. Navy in battle against overseas slave traders. More here: https://www.usni.org/magazines/naval-history-magazine/2022/august/when-war-against-slave-trade-picked-steam This content is made possible by the members of the U.S. Naval Institute. For additional details about the Naval Institute, visit: https://www.usni.org/join
2022-08-09
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 278 : Cutter Deployments Should Not Be A Mission To Mars

Commander Craig Allen Jr., U.S. Coast Guard, joins host Bill Hamblet to discuss his prize-winning essay. from the August Issue.
2022-08-04
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 277: Operation Linebacker

Host Eric Mills sits down with guest Edward J. Marolda to discuss the massive deployment of U.S. naval and air forces unleashed on North Vietnam in the summer of '72.
2022-07-22
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 276: The Maritime COIN Project Begins

Host Bill Hamblet sits down with guests Hunter Stires and Dr. James Holmes to discuss The Maritime COIN Project, featured in the latest issue of Proceedings.
2022-07-21
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 275: There Is No Cyber Bullet

Lieutenant Commander Eric P. Seligman, U.S. Navy Reserve, and host Bill Hamblet discuss the importance of cyber warfare to both current and future conflict.
2022-07-07
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 274: U-boats Off Virginia Beach

Author Ed Offley joins host Eric Mills to discuss U-701's last successful war patrol.
2022-07-07
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 273: Don't Buy Warships (Yet)

Host Bill Bray sits down with First Lieutenant David Alman, Alabama Air National Guard, to discuss his prize-winning essay in the June issue of Proceedings.
2022-06-09
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 272?Midway: Timeless Battle, Evolving Interpretations

The latest Naval History edition of the Proceedings podcast commemorates the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Midway, with acclaimed Midway historian Jonathan Parshall.
2022-06-08
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 271??Navies Of God?: The Siege Of Damietta

In this Naval History edition of the Proceedings podcast, as Sam Tangredi takes us back to the Middle Ages to explore a fascinating, and largely overlooked, topic: the role of maritime operations in the Great Crusades. Captain Tangredi will talk about ?one of history?s first specialized amphibious assault ships.?
2022-06-06
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 270: Leading Through Defeat

Major Brian Kerg, USMC, 2021 Proceedings Author of the Year, talks about his prize-winning Leadership Essay ?Leading Through Defeat? in the April issue.
2022-06-03
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 269: Ambassador and Admiral Harry Harris on Indo-Pacific Security

Retired Navy Admiral Harry Harris, former U.S. Ambassador to South Korea and PACOM Commander, discusses security challenges on the Korean Peninsula and across the broader Indo-Pacific region.
2022-06-03
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Proceedings Podcast Ep 268: The Navy's Artist Of Reform

Host Eric Mills sits down with Andrew Blackley to discuss celebrated painter, influential nautical writer, Swedish-born immigrant Henry Reuterdahl. Reuterdahl's work immortalized?and helped improve?the U.S. fleet as it emerged onto the world stage. More here:https://www.usni.org/magazines/naval-history-magazine/2022/june/navys-artist-reform
2022-05-19
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 267: The Character Of War Is Constantly Changing

Host Bill Hamblet sits down with Captain Gerard Roncolato, U.S. Navy (Retired), to discuss his latest contribution to the American Sea Power Project. More here: https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2022/may/character-war-constantly-changing
2022-05-06
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 265: Mick Ryan On The Future Of Twenty-First-Century Warfare

Mick Ryan, Royal Australian Army (Retired), talks about his new book "War Transformed: The Future of Twenty-First-Century Great Power Competition and Conflict" (Naval Institute Press, 2022). Ryan examines both the shifting character of war and its enduring nature. In doing so, he proposes important trends in warfare that will shape all aspects of human competition and conflict in the coming decades. More here: https://www.usni.org/press/books/war-transformed To watch this episode on our YouTube channel, visit:https://youtu.be/DPMzDTgR1v0
2022-05-04
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 266?Stand-in Forces: Adapt Or Perish

General Eric Smith, U.S. Marine Corps, discusses why the nation needs stand-in forces. His article is featured in the April issue of Proceedings. More here: https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2022/april/stand-forces-adapt-or-perish  To view this episode on our YouTube Channel, visit:https://youtu.be/TKSTmO1yeeM
2022-05-04
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 264: The Mother Of Cryptology

Author Ann Todd talks about Elizebeth Friedman, who was a pioneering codebreaking genius who stood at the vanguard of her field through Prohibition and two world wars. More here: https://www.usni.org/magazines/naval-history-magazine/2022/april/mother-cryptology To view our YouTube interview with Ann Todd, visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldPy6PIqhTE
2022-03-31
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 263: Witness To The First Trap

Historian David Winkler reviews excerpts from the diary of a USS Langley crewman that chronicle the landmark first steps in U.S. aircraft carrier flight operations. More here: https://www.usni.org/magazines/naval-history-magazine/2022/april/witness-naval-aviation-history To view our YouTube interview with David Winkler, visit: https://youtu.be/VkxvnCXFsW8
2022-03-31
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 262: Here's Why Littoral Combat Teams Need Light Infantry

Marine must fully embrace a light infantry repertoire, mind-set, and tactical playbook to remain relevant and lethal in the future fight. Major Zachary Schwartz joins host Bill Hamblet to discuss his article in the upcoming issue of Proceedings magazine. More here: https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2022/april/littoral-combat-teams-need-light-infantry-not-less For our YouTube recording of this episode, visit:https://youtu.be/cUCCdhJ7Gk0
2022-03-24
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 261: U.S. Marine Corps in Review

Lieutenant Colonel James W. Hammond III, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired) reviews the highlights of Marine Corps operations in 2021. More here: https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2022/march/us-marine-corps-review For our YouTube recording of this episode, visit: https://youtu.be/aqRGR5B5Qns
2022-03-21
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 260: Worden and the USS Monitor

After serving in command on the U.S. Navy?s first ironclad, two Civil War heroes and 13 other officers formed a society that continues to shape the Sea Services today. More here: https://www.usni.org/magazines/naval-history-magazine/2022/april/worden-monitor-and-beyond For the YouTube recording of this episode, visit: https://youtu.be/sX6rUu-Tq9M
2022-03-14
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 256: A Maritime Strategy to Deal with China

Tom Mahnken talks about a strategy that takes advantage of the maritime geography surrounding China and uses a combination of inside and outside forces could deter or defeat Chinese aggression. More here: https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2022/february/maritime-strategy-deal-china For the YouTube recording of this episode, visit: https://youtu.be/i56OdKCwymc
2022-03-14
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 259: The State Of Maritime Shipping

Shashi Kumar explains how the past year was unlike any in recent memory for commercial shipping. More here: https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2022/march/us-merchant-marine-and-world-maritime-review For the YouTube recording of this episode, visit: https://youtu.be/8l_1B0U8P9Y
2022-03-11
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 258: Bridge Colby on the Strategy of Denial

Author Bridge Colby discusses the subject of his book "The Strategy of Denial: American Defense in an Age of Great Power Conflict." For the YouTube recording of this episode, visit: https://youtu.be/Sik4Zhi5KQ0
2022-03-07
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Proceedings Podcast Ep. 257: The Ukrainian Invasion, NATO, And The New World Order

CNA's Michael Kofman discusses the latest developments around the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Putin's motives and goals, and what the conflict has already done to shift the world order. For the YouTube recording of this episode, visit: https://youtu.be/m4uHZPFuI1o
2022-03-07
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Proceedings Podcast Episode 255 - The Coast Guard Needs a Stronger Cyber Attack Policy

Lieutenant Rachel Ault, U.S. Coast Guard, discusses how the Coast Guard needs better tools to effectively prevent and respond to the escalating cyber threat. More here: https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2022/february/coast-guard-needs-stronger-policy-prevent-maritime-cyber For the YouTube recording of this episode, visit: https://youtu.be/B-4YkehvqE4
2022-02-10
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Proceedings Podcast Episode 254 - Author on His Journey From the Horseshoe to the E-Ring

Retired Air Force General Larry Spencer, the first African-American Vice Chief of Staff, discusses his journey from the mean streets to the E-Ring, captured in his new book, "Dark Horse," from USNI Press.
2022-02-02
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Proceedings Podcast Episode 253 - U-Boat Bloodbath off of the East Coast

Ed Offley discusses how - alerted to the imminent arrival of hostile U-boats along the U.S. East Coast in early January 1942, the U.S. Navy had enough warships at hand to thwart the German offensive ? but instead chose to do nothing. Eighty years ago, a bloodbath ensued. More here: https://www.usni.org/magazines/naval-history-magazine/2022/february/drumbeat-mystery For the YouTube recording of this episode, visit: https://youtu.be/zvC17lnlKWg
2022-01-18
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Proceedings Podcast Episode 252 - USNI News SNA '22 Wrap-up with Sam LaGrone

USNI News editor-in-chief Sam LaGrone reviews the news coming out of this week's Surface Navy Assoc. Convention in Washington, DC. For the YouTube recording of this episode, visit: https://youtu.be/_DwFIyXjj28
2022-01-13
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Proceedings Podcast Episode 251 - John Lehman on How to Rebuild the Navy

Former SECNAV John Lehman discusses how the Navy recovered and rebuilt after the Vietnam War?a low point similar to the situation today. More here: https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2022/january/getting-back-top-how-rebuild-navy For the YouTube recording of this podcast, visit: https://youtu.be/v9MjLi2hdwo
2022-01-04
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