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From the Editors


Boyer, Pelham G., Naval War College Review


ELLER PRIZE FOR NAVAL HISTORY

The editors are delighted to learn that the U.S. Naval Historical Center in Washington, D.C., has awarded honorable mention in its annual Eller Prize in Naval History competition to Edmund Morris's "? Matter of Extreme Urgency': Theodore Roosevelt, Wilhelm II, and the Venezuela Crisis of 1902," which appeared in our Spring 2002 issue. "This article," commented Dr. Edward Marolda of NHC, "presents an interpretation that is especially thought provoking and instructive for naval officers and other readers interested in the connection between diplomacy and sea power."

NEWPORT PAPER 18: TRANSFORMATION AND INDUSTRY

Yet another title in our rapidly growing Newport Paper series is available, in print and online: Military Transformation and the Defense Industry after Next: The Defense Industrial Implications of Network-centric Warfare, by Peter J. Dombrowski, Eugene Gholz, and Andrew L. Ross. As our editor, Dr. Catherine McArdle Kelleher, observes in a foreword, the authors "offer groundbreaking answers" to the challenge of "how, in a sea of new technologies, to craft a defense industrial base that both supports a transformed military and adapts to the dominant political and economic realities."

To obtain copies of this Newport Paper or to subscribe (without charge) to the series, contact the associate editor. It is also available online (Adobe Reader required) at www.nwc.navy.mil/press/npapers/npl8/npl8.pdf.

ARTICLE AND ESSAY INDEX

An index of all articles and essays from 1948 to the last completed publishing year is available on compact disc from the editorial office, by mail (Naval War College Review, Code 325,686 Cushing Road, Newport, RI, 02841 -1207); by telephone at (401) 841-2236 or by fax at (401) 841-1071, DSN exchange 948; or by e-mail at press@nwc.navy.mil. Articles published in the Autumn 1996 issue or later are available on the World Wide Web at www.nwc.navy.mil/press. Offprints can be requested from the editorial office or, for recent issues, printed (Adobe Reader required) directly from the website.

STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, AND CIRCULATION

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