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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.

Episode Date
Proceedings Podcast Episode 60 - Warfare Tactics Instructors tell all
00:41:14
The "Top Guns" of the surface Navy explain how they train the fleet for the high-end fights of the future.
Jan 17, 2019
Proceedings Podcast Episode 59 - Arm the amphibs
00:48:31
Naval expert Bryan McGrath discusses his blog post about arming amphibious ships under the doctrine of "distributed lethality."
Jan 08, 2019
Proceedings Podcast Episode 58 - Surface warfare forecast from SNA chief
00:41:53
Retired VADM Barry McCullough talks about the future of the Surface Navy as a preview to this year's SNA convention.
Jan 04, 2019
Proceedings Podcast Episode 57 - Why history matters in winning wars
00:40:36
LCDR Jason FIte talks about history's role in making warfighters and Hughes' "six cornerstones" of naval tactics.
Dec 21, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 55 - All Marines are not advisors
00:38:31
Maj. Rafiel Deon Warfield, USMC, talks about how the Corps needs to create a better screening system for choosing who trains foreign militaries.
Dec 12, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 54 - Create an autonomous program office
00:36:15
CAPT Sharif Calfee talks about creating an autonomous program office to fast-track good ideas into fleet capability.
Dec 07, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 53 - The Salty Millennial revealed
00:48:04
USNI Blog columnist "The Salty Millennial" reveals his true identity and talks about the state of generational tension in the Navy today.
Nov 27, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 52 - China wants amphibs
00:40:10
BGEN Bill Bowers, USMC and Dr. Chris Yung talk about China's desire to have amphibious warfare capability.
Nov 20, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 51 - Afshin Molavi talks China
00:39:57
Afshin Molavi, Senior Fellow at the Johns Hopkins SAIS Foreign Policy Institute, talks about China and "the new Silk Road" and the defense implications surrounding it.
Nov 14, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 50 - David Poyer talking military fiction
00:31:03
David Poyer talks about how he writes and his latest effort "Deep War."
Nov 09, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 49 - Fix Navy Air's Adversary Problem
00:44:59
LCDR Graham Scarbro talks about how to fix Navy Air's bandit problem to avoid sending aviators into combat ill-prepared to fight.
Nov 05, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 48 - Counter intelligence focus
00:35:47
1st Lt. Christian Heller, USMC, talks counter intelligence and how the Marines need to focus on this mission area during both asymmetric and peer conflicts.
Oct 29, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 47 - Tom Cutler talks USNI Press
00:37:21
Tom Cutler of USNI Press talks about how to submit manuscripts, the new Chief's Guide, and the latest news from the second deck of Beach Hall.
Oct 17, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 46 - SECNAV Lehman recounts the Cold War
00:47:33
Former SECNAV John Lehman talks about winning the Cold War at sea and other parts of his tenure during the Reagan years as captured in his new book "Oceans Ventured."
Oct 08, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 45 - Using Social Media during Disasters
00:38:29
How the U.S. Coast Guard started using social media during disasters. USCGA Cadet Evan Twarog talks about how an idea that took off during Hurricane Harvey has now become fundamental to how the Coast Guard saves lives.
Oct 07, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 44 - Carriers in the high-end fight
00:39:03
Using carriers differently in a high-end fight. Retired Naval Aviator Capt. "Barney" Rubel discusses the issues he raises in his Sept. PROCEEDINGS article.
Sep 26, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 43 - Sailors and video addiction
00:32:43
Navy Capt. Peter Ryan talks about the threat video addiction poses to readiness across the fleet.
Sep 12, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 42 - Russian hybrid warfare
00:37:41
Maj. Valerie McGuire on Russia's hybrid warfare threat, including computer hacking.
Sep 12, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 41 - Finding the wrecks of Indy and Lex
00:37:55
Undersea explorer Robert Kraft describes his team's recent findings of the wrecks of the LEXINGTON, INDIANAPOLIS, and JUNEAU. (For more check out "Paul Allen's Winning Season" in the Aug. issue of NAVAL HISTORY magazine.
Aug 26, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 40 - The Evolution of Navy Fighting Doctrine
00:48:03
Trent Hone talks Navy fighting doctrine changes at the turn of the 20th Century on how they influenced the outcome of World War II. Trent is the author of "Learning War," which was just published by the Naval Institute Press.
Aug 25, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 39 - Prepare for megacity combat
00:38:13
Discussion about what's needed for the next generation of urban combat featuring an Army major who wrote "Prepare to Fight in Megacities," which appears in the August PROCEEDINGS.
Aug 14, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 38 - JO's Can Fix SWO Training
00:49:13
Lt. Katelyn Davidson, USN talks about her article on how JOs can fix SWO training.
Aug 13, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 37 - Acting MCPON Russell Smith
00:30:31
Acting MCPON Russell Smith talks morale, manpower, and career paths.
Aug 01, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 36 - Sleep deprivation in the Coast Guard
00:38:43
USCG Petty Officer talks sleep deprivation: Petty Officer Second Class Erica Rands-Howard, USCG, talks about her experiences as a brand new member of a cutter crew when she worked "double 4-to-8" watches, which broke her more than breaking her in.
Jul 24, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 35 - Don Walsh on diving to 36,000 feet
00:48:43
Don Walsh talks diving to 36,000 feet and other amazing adventures he had as one of the first "hydronauts" in the early '60s.
Jul 18, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 34 - August Cole talks about the futuristic military
00:44:32
Writer and futurist August Cole calls into the PROCEEDINGS Podcast to talk about "Automated Valor," his short work of fiction that was exclusively published in the May issue of PROCEEDINGS, and a host of other topics including the future of warfighting and military procurement.
Jul 10, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 33 - The Legendary Fred Rainbow Looks Back
00:46:49
Longtime PROCEEDINGS Editor-in-chief Fred Rainbow looks back on his Naval Institute career on the eve of his departure from the USNI team.
Jul 02, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 32 - Would Nimitz Win a Midway Today?
00:42:48
CAPT Jamie McGrath calls into the show from the Naval War College to discuss his article in the June PROCEEDINGS titled "Would Nimitz Win a Midway Today?" McGrath talks about relative shipbuilding capacity and how Roosevelt made it happen in the '30 and how it can't happen today.
Jun 26, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 31 - VADM Aucoin talks about the CR
00:40:40
VADM Joseph Aucoin, USN (Ret.) calls into the PROCEEDINGS Podcast to discuss his recent article in the magazine titled "It's Not Just the Forward Deployed," which outlines his issues with the Comprehensive Review written following the two collisions at sea last summer that killed 17 sailors.
Jun 18, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 30 - An in-depth look at China's Naval Strategy
00:38:59
Professor James Holmes calls into the show to discuss the "five faces of Chinese sea power" and the roots of Mao's naval strategy.
Jun 11, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 29 - ADM Mike Mullen talks about the SWO career path
00:36:07
Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen joins Bill and Ward in the studio to talk about his article from the April issue of PROCEEDINGS regarding adjustments to the surface warfare officer career path in the wake of last summer's collisions at sea.
May 29, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 28 - How 2017 tested the naval profession
00:40:28
Capt Andrew Jampoler, USN (Ret.) calls into the show to talk about his article in the May PROCEEDINGS about how last summer's collisions at sea and the Fat Leonard scandal are related and reflect poorly on the state of leadership and the profession at large.
May 21, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 27 - Will our allies support a war with China?
00:39:39
Maj. Nick Nappi, USMC, calls in from Hawaii to talk to Bill and Ward about how each of the Pacific allies might react in the event of a hot war with China.
May 08, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 26 - "Tactical Nukes are Back"
00:35:23
Lt. (j.g.) Andrea Howard, USN, talks to Bill and Ward about the history of tactical nuclear weapons and the state of current thought with respect to their use.
Apr 20, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 25 - "Presence is Not Deterrence"
00:43:56
Bill and Ward talk to Lt. Joseph Hanacek, USN, about his article in the April PROCEEDINGS titled, "Presence is Not Deterrence," in which he makes a distinction between "active" and "latent" suasion and suggests the Navy is doing too much of the latter while assuming it covers the former.
Apr 12, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 24 - Sam Tangredi talks the future of amphibs
00:42:25
Bill and Ward talk to retired Navy Capt. Sam Tangredi about his article in the April PROCEEDINGS dealing with the future of amphibious warfare.
Apr 03, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 23 - Coast Guard officers talk about giving cutters more teeth
00:42:45
In this episode, Bill and Ward talk to two U.S. Coast Guard commanders about their article in the March PROCEEDINGS about how cutters might be mod'd to fight the "home game" against peer threats.
Mar 28, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 22 - Former skipper on shipboard training and sleep
00:41:26
Capt. John Cordle, USN (Ret.) talks to Bill and Ward about his most recent PROCEEDINGS article, titled "It's All About the Sailors," which deals with the challenges of training at sea and making sure sailors get enough rest to be effective and safe.
Mar 14, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 21 - Contest-winning JO talks about the Navy's leadership problem
00:44:14
In this episode of the PROCEEDINGS Podcast, Bill and Ward talk to Lt(j.g.) Daniel Stefanus, USN, a surface warfare officer who's won several USNI essay contests in recent years, on his techniques for writing about issues facing the Navy and leadership in the fleet in general.
Mar 07, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 20 - Navy SEAL talks innovation and entrepreneurship
00:44:20
In this episode Navy SEAL Colin Supko talks about his combat experience and how it's served him as he created Patriot List, his startup business. Colin also discusses innovation with Bill and Ward and gives his recommendations for how DoD could improve its warfighting capability by being more business-friendly.
Feb 28, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 19 - Pete Pagano on Navy training and Spring Press Preview
00:40:21
This week CAPT Pete Pagano, USN (Ret.) joins Bill and Ward to talk about how the Navy needs to update its training process to prepare for near-peer threats. And Meagan of the Naval Institute Press stops by to preview the USNI Press spring catalog.
Feb 21, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 18 -- Talking budget with Megan Eckstein of USNI News
00:45:59
USNI News senior writer Megan Eckstein joins Bill and Ward to talk about the roll-out of the DoD budget and the U.S. Navy's latest shipbuilding plan.
Feb 14, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 17 - VADM Tom Moore, NAVSEA
00:36:10
In this episode Bill and Ward talk to VADM Tom Moore, USN, NAVSEA Commander, live from WEST 2018. Admiral Moore discusses the status of CVN 78, the future of LCS, how NAVSEA has supported 7th Fleet in the wake of last summer's mishaps, and the need for a defense budget.
Feb 07, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 16 - ADM Scott Swift talks Command and Control
00:48:27
ADM Scott Swift, PACFLT Commander, talks about "Mastering the Art of Command and Control," his article in the February issue of PROCEEDINGS. The admiral also offers an update on PACFLT's readiness in the face of ongoing regional threats like North Korea.
Jan 31, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 15 - CAPT Will McGee, USMC, talks training exercises
00:43:45
In this episode of the PROCEEDINGS Podcast, Bill and Ward talk to CAPT Will McGee, USMC, about his article titled "The Exercise Has No Clothes" featured in the January issue of the magazine. CAPT McGee explains some of what he wrote in the piece regarding how training exercises don't replicate real-world scenarios to the degree they should.
Jan 24, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 14 - CDR Salamander on state of the Surface Navy
00:46:29
In this episode Commander Salamander joins Bill and Ward to talk about the most recent report regarding the FITZGERALD and MCCAIN mishaps and Sal's USNI Blog post that suggests the surface Navy isn't showing the right signs of learning lessons from these tragedies.
Jan 17, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 13
00:47:29
In this episode Bill and Ward talk to LCDR Tony Kochanski, a Growler pilot who just got out to fly with a commercial carrier. Tony wrote an article titled "To Fix TACAIR Pilot Retention, Follow the Money," a discussion about flight pay disparities, that appears in the January issue of PROCEEDINGS.
Jan 09, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 12
00:47:39
Ward and Bill discuss the January issue of Proceedings with Fleet Master Chief Paul Kingsbury, U.S. Navy, and drill down into Captain Kevin Eyer’s definitive article “What Happened To Our Surface Forces?”
Jan 02, 2018
Proceedings Podcast Episode 11 (Dec. 20, 2017)
00:45:06
In this episode of the PROCEEDINGS Podcast, Bill and Ward are joined by CAPT Kevin Eyer, USN (Ret.), surface warfare expert, to talk about the state of the Littoral Combat Ship in the wake of the recent CRS report on the program.
Dec 19, 2017
Proceedings Podcast Episode 10 (Dec. 6, 2017)
00:44:56
In this episode Bill calls into Beach Hall from Newport, RI to chat with Ward about the findings from the C-2 mishap in WestPac, the USNI Defense Forum in DC, transgender troops, and more.
Dec 06, 2017
Proceedings Podcast Episode 9 (Nov. 29, 2017)
00:49:44
In this episode Bill and Ward talk about the fallout from the Growler sky writing incident over Washington state and the future of SWO training. Call-in guest is CDR Tom Ulmer, USN, the current Naval Institute fellow and former Gator ship CO.
Nov 29, 2017
PROCEEDINGS Podcast Ep. 8 (Nov. 15, 2017)
00:44:59
Bill and Ward talk to Sgt. Maj. Mike Burke, USMC, about his article titled "Train Them Like Marines" in the November issue of Proceedings.
Nov 15, 2017
PROCEEDINGS Podcast Ep. 7 (Nov. 8, 2017)
00:47:21
USNI News editor Sam LaGrone joins Bill and Ward in the studio to talk about current events including the latest surrounding the budget and "Fat Leonard" scandal.
Nov 08, 2017
PROCEEDINGS Podcast Ep. 6
00:45:51
On this episode of the Proceedings Podcast, Ward and Bill analyze the U.S. Navy's report on the Fitzgerald and McCain collisions at sea, review some features from the November issue of Proceedings, and chat with Navy SEAL LT Jarrod Suess, USN, about the books he carried into combat.
Nov 01, 2017
PROCEEDINGS Podcast Ep. 5
00:39:57
In this episode, along with other current events, Ward and Bill try to explain that USNI is NOT a political forum while discussing a PROCEEDINGS TODAY article titled, "Take a Knee."
Oct 24, 2017
PROCEEDINGS Podcast Ep. 4
00:39:57
In this episode Ward and Bill put a finer point on the amazing history of USNI and go deep on China.
Oct 17, 2017
PROCEEDINGS Podcast Ep. 3
00:45:06
In episode 3 of the PROCEEDINGS PODCAST Bill and Ward invite their first guest into the studio: LT Brendan Cordial, USN, a surface warfare officer who wrote an article in the March issue titled "Too Many SWOs per Ship."
Oct 10, 2017
PROCEEDINGS Podcast Ep. 2
00:44:19
In this episode, Bill and Ward chat about the latest around the "Fat Leonard" scandal and the T-45 OBOGS problem. Bill also digs deep into how the U.S. Navy should deal with China.
Oct 04, 2017
PROCEEDINGS Podcast Ep. 1 - 9 29 17, 11.58 AM
00:47:33
In the first episode of the PROCEEDINGS podcast, Ward and Bill discuss the most recent "Fat Leonard" news as well as the latest around collisions at sea and the T-45 oxygen system. The team also highlights features from the October issue of PROCEEDINGS magazine - the submarine theme issue.
Sep 28, 2017
PROCEEDINGS interview with ADM Shoemaker
00:43:20
The editors of PROCEEDINGS traveled to the Pentagon to chat with the Navy's "Air Boss," VADM Mike Shoemaker. Topics Bill and Ward discussed with the Admiral include the T-45's oxygen problem (and how it could affect career paths), the wars in Syria and Iraq, the Ford's growing pains, budget issues, and how drones will play in the carrier war of the future.
Jul 11, 2017