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Marine Corps History (Winter 2016)   [open pdf - 21MB]

Marine Corps History Magazine is a publication of the Marine Corps University's History Division. Articles in this issue include: " The Tiger of Seibo: Charles F. Merkel, George C. Th orpe, and the Dark Side of Marine Corps History" by Mark R. Folse; " The U.S. Marines in World War I Part I: The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Comes to the Fore" by Walter G. Ford; "Development of Medical Doctrine for Amphibious Warfare by the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps, 1929-39: Part I" by Steven L. Oreck; " The Importance of Professionalism: An Analysis of the 1st Marine Division Planning Process for the Amphibious Assault on Inchon" by Michael Bonura, Michael Padilla, and Kwan Seop Lee; and "National Museum of the Marine Corps: Moving Forward to Tell the Story of Today's Warrior".

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Date:
2016
Copyright:
Public Domain
Retrieved From:
Marine Corps University: https://www.mcu.usmc.mil/
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pdf
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application/pdf
Source:
Marine Corps History (Winter 2016) V.1 No.2
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