TOC: Marine Corps History magazine, Winter 2016

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Type: 
Online Digital Resources
Date: 
November 1, 2016
Subject Fields: 
Latin American and Caribbean History / Studies, Maritime History / Studies, Military History, Public Health, Public Policy

Table of contents and availability of the periodical, Marine Corps History.

Contact Info: 

The editors of Marine Corps History magazine have copies of the Winter 2016 issue available in hard copy. Please email alexandra.kindell@usmcu.edu with your mailing address if you would like a hard copy. Individual issues and subscriptions are free of charge. You may also examine the PDF version at https://www.usmcu.edu/historydivision/frequently-requested/marine-corps-history-magazine.


Table of Contents

 

Director’s Foreword by Dr. Charles P. Neimeyer

 

Winning Hearts and Minds: The Marine Corps, the Press, and the Spanish-American War by Susan K. Brubaker

The U.S. Marines in World War I, Part II: The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Comes to the Fore by Colonel Walter G. Ford, USMC (Ret)

Rebellion, Repression, and Reform: U.S. Marines in the Dominican Republic by Breanne Robertson, PhD

The Marine Air-Ground Task Force in Nicaragua 1927–33: A Campaign Against Sandino’s Counterinsurgency by Lieutenant Colonel Michael D. Russ, USMC

Development of Medical Doctrine for Amphibious Warfare by the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps, 1930–35 by Steven L. Oreck, MD

“The Marine Corps’ Mission in National Defense, and Its Organization for a Major Emergency”: Memorandum by Colonel Thomas Holcomb, USMC (1932). edited and with an introduction by David J. Ulbrich

Urgency Has Been the Order of the Day: The Role of the G-1 in Operation Chromite by Edward J. Erickson and Meghan V. Ederle

 

Review Essay

Book Reviews

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