Proceedings Magazine - November 1975 Vol. 101/11/873

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Less than five years after World War II ended, the Navy-Marine Corps team was again in combat—this time in Korea. One of the Navy’s top fighter pilots of the earlier conflict,...

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  • Right On The Button: Marine Close Air Support In Korea
    By Admiral John S. Thach, U. S. Navy (Retired)

    Less than five years after World War II ended, the Navy-Marine Corps team was again in combat—this time in Korea. One of the Navy’s top fighter pilots of the earlier conflict, Captain John S. Thach, was commanding officer of the...

  • The Marine as an Instrument of Sea Power
    By Major General J. L. Moulton, Royal Marines (Retired)

    On 28 October 1664, King Charles II set his seal on an Order in Council directing the raising of the Duke of York's Regiment of Foot. Because James, the Duke of York and the king's brother, was Lord High Admiral, it was to be known as the...

  • "First to Fight": The Marine Brigade, Belleau Wood
    By Brigadier General S.L.A. Marshall, U.S. Army Reserve (Retired)

    World War I, wrote Marine Colonel John W. Thomason, Jr.—whose sketches illume these pages—"was an anonymous sort of war, fought obscurely by unnamed battalions behind a veil of censorship. In the American Expeditionary Forces...

  • The Marine Corps as a Separate Service
    By Maj. Gen. J. L. Moulton, R.M. (Ret.)

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  • William Freeland Fullam’s War with the Corps
    By Lt. Col. John G. Miller, USMC

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  • The Corps' Old School Tie
    By Colonel John E. Greenwood, U. S. Marine Corps

    From the beginning, the U. S. Naval Academy sent some of its offspring—usually rejected ones—to the U.S. Marine Corps. Since 1882, the two institutions have been legally associated, joined in a sometimes troubled but enduring...

  • Pictorial: Iron Men in Wooden Ships-and Iron Ships
  • Leadership Forum

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