The Outpost War

U. S. Marines in Korea 1952

Author: Lee Ballenger

Publisher: Potomac Books Incorporated

ISBN: 9781574887396

Category: History

Page: 316

View: 2666

Close-quarters combat during the Korean War

Warfare and Armed Conflicts

A Statistical Encyclopedia of Casualty and Other Figures, 1492–2015, 4th ed.

Author: Micheal Clodfelter

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 1476625859

Category: History

Page: 824

View: 6607

 In its revised and updated fourth edition, this exhaustive encyclopedia provides a record of casualties of war from the last five centuries through 2015, with new statistical and analytical information. Figures include casualties from global terrorism, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the fight against the Islamic State. New entries cover an additional 20 armed conflicts between 1492 and 2007 not included in previous editions. Arranged roughly by century and subdivided by world region, chronological entries include the name and dates of the conflict, precursor events, strategies and details, the outcome and its aftermath.

Honor and Fidelity

The 65th Infantry in Korea, 1950-1953

Author: Gilberto N. Villahermosa

Publisher: Government Printing Office

ISBN: 9780160833243

Category: Korean War, 1950-1953

Page: 329

View: 5388

Outpost War: U.S. Marines From The Nevada Battles To The Armistice [Illustrated Edition]

Author: Captain Bernard C. Nalty

Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing

ISBN: 1786256061

Category: History

Page: 114

View: 2214

Includes more than 40 maps, plans and illustrations. This volume in the official History of the Marine Corps chronicles the part that United States Marines played in the hard fighting along the outpost line from 1953 through to the end of the war. The term “Battles of the Outposts” encompasses the fighting that took place in the final two years of the Korean War. In the first year of the war sweeping movement up and down the peninsula characterized the fighting. Combat raged from the 38th Parallel south to the Pusan Perimeter then, with the landing at Inchon and the Perimeter breakout, up to the Yalu, and finally a retreat south again in the face of the massive Chinese intervention.

George-3-7th Marines

A Brief Glimpse Through Time of a Group of Young Marines

Author: Jim Nicholson

Publisher: BookBaby

ISBN: 1612549055

Category: History

Page: 496

View: 5559

In the four years of the Korean War, America lost almost fifty-four thousand men, roughly the same number who lost their lives in Vietnam, yet this war has almost disappeared into American history as the “Forgotten War.” George-3-7th Marines recounts the bloody Marine infantry campaigns fought in the deadly mountain ranges of Korea. It is a story told by the men who fought—and died anonymously—in a little-known yet bloody war. These never-before-told tales of the battle-hardened Marines of G-3-7 have been collected and recorded by one of their own. Described by those who experienced the action firsthand, these accounts blend the shocking details of savage, bloody killing with gentle, almost heartbreaking prose seldom seen in a chronicle of war. Jim Nicholson paints a brutally accurate picture of America and the Valhalla culture that shaped the toughness of soldiers in the fifties. He examines the events and mistakes that led to a collision of the free world with the rapidly expanding Communist military machine. He reminds us that the sacrifice of young American boys saved the South Koreans, who now live freely in their beautiful “Land of the morning calm.” Awarded the Military Writers Society of America Gold Medal.

The Final Crucible

U.S. Marines in Korea. 1953

Author: Lee Ballenger

Publisher: Potomac Books, Inc.

ISBN: 1612340814

Category: Korean War, 1950-1953

Page: 309

View: 4889

Close-quarters combat during the Korean War

Voices from the Korean War

Personal Stories of American, Korean, and Chinese Soldiers

Author: Richard Peters, Xiaobing Li

Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

ISBN: 9780813128597

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: N.A

View: 3366

" This updated fishing guide by expert fisherman Art Lander will help anglers of all skill levels make the most of their time at any of the stateÕs twenty-two most important reservoirs. Lander reveals what type of fishing is best at each lake, where fish can be found during the various seasons, and what tackle and techniques have proven best for each species. Detailed maps of each lake and information on fish feeding habits and marinas make this book an essential guide to the regionÕs lakes and the top fifteen sport fish species inhabiting them.

The Hill Wars of the Korean Conflict

A Dictionary of Hills, Outposts and Other Sites of Military Action

Author: Paul M. Edwards

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786420988

Category: History

Page: 267

View: 9360

This reference work identifies more than 400 hills, outposts, complexes and phase lines that were key components. Each entry details major operations fought in the area, the area's strategic value in the overall war, the type of combat, and the munitionsi


U.S. Marine Helicopters in Korea

Author: Ronald J. Brown

Publisher: N.A


Category: Military helicopters

Page: 76

View: 2167

A History of Innovation: U.S. Army Adaptation in War and Peace

U.S. Army Adaptation in War and Peace

Author: Jon T. Hoffman

Publisher: Government Printing Office

ISBN: 9780160867224

Category: History

Page: 180

View: 7290

The U.S. Army has a long record of fielding innovations that not only have enhanced its effectiveness on the battlefield but also sometimes had an impact far beyond warfare. General Editor Jon T. Hoffman has brought together eleven authors who cover the gamut from the invention of the M1 Garand rifle between the world wars through the development of the National Training Center in the 1980s. While many books lay out theories about the process of innovation or detail the history of a large-scale modernization, the collection of fourteen essays in A History of Innovation: U.S. Army Adaptation in War and Peace fills a different niche in the literature. This work is neither a historical account of how the Army has adapted over time nor a theoretical look at models that purport to show how innovation is best achieved. Instead, it captures a representative slice of stories of soldiers and Army civilians who have demonstrated repeatedly that determination and a good idea often carry the day in peace and war. Despite the perception of bureaucratic inertia, the institution's long history of benefiting from the inventiveness of its people indicates that it is an incubator of innovation after all.

Outpost Kelly

A Tanker's Story

Author: Jack R. Siewert

Publisher: University of Alabama Press

ISBN: 0817353410

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 156

View: 3493

War at its most personal and lethal during the last four days of July 1952.

Train wreckers and ghost killers

Allied Marines in the Korean War

Author: Leo J. Daugherty,Marine Corps Historical Center (U.S.)

Publisher: Dept. of the Navy


Category: History

Page: 64

View: 463

Marines in the Korean War Commemorative Series. Discusses the contributions the British Marines and the Korean Marines made to the Allied Forces in the Korean War.

Chinese and Japanese Films on the Second World War

Author: King-fai Tam,Timothy Y. Tsu,Sandra Wilson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317650468

Category: Social Science

Page: 186

View: 3273

This book examines representations of the Second World War in postwar Chinese and Japanese cinema. Drawing on a wide range of scholarly disciplines, and analysing a wide range of films, it demonstrates the potential of war movies for understanding contemporary China and Japan. It shows how the war is remembered in both countries, including the demonisation of Japanese soldiers in postwar socialist-era Chinese movies, and the pervasive sense of victimhood in Japanese memories of the war. However, it also shows how some Chinese directors were experimenting with alternatives interpretations of the war from as early as the 1950s, and how, despite the "resurgence of nationalism" in japan since the 1980s, the production of Japanese movies critical of the war has continued.

The American culture of war

the history of U.S. military force from World War II to Operation Iraqi Freedom

Author: Adrian R. Lewis

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780415979757

Category: History

Page: 538

View: 3039

The American Culture of Waris a comprehensive and authoritative survey of American conduct in war from World War II to the present, including both Iraq wars. It traces the evolution of American strategic, operational, and tactical doctrine, including the national command structure, civil-military relations, the role of the media, military technology, the military personnel system, airpower doctrine, the role of Congress, and numerous related aspects of national defence.The American Culture of Warwill be an indispensable text for upper-division undergradudate courses on the history of war as well as history courses on the Vietnam War and the 1960s.