Proceedings Magazine - September 1953 Vol. 79/9/607

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It is not often that a landing force is called upon for a new amphibious operation before finishing the old one. But this was the experience of the 1st Marine Division while slugging its way...

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  • Fleet Marine Force Korea, Part II
    By Lynn Montross

    It is not often that a landing force is called upon for a new amphibious operation before finishing the old one. But this was the experience of the 1st Marine Division while slugging its way through Seoul, two weeks after the Inchon ship-to-shore...

  • The Kamikaze Attack Corps
    By Captain Rikihei Inoguchi and Commander Tadashi Nakajima, former Imperial Japanese Navy

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  • The Dilemna of Georgi Maximilianovich Malenkov
    By Admiral William H. Standley, U. S. Navy (Retired) with Rear Admiral Arthur A. Ageton, U. S. Navy (Retired

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  • The Allied Navies at Salerno, Operation AVALANCHE - September 1943
    By Admiral H. Kent Hewitt, U. S. Navy (Retired)

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  • The Junior Officer in Mine Warfare
    By Lieutenant P. W. Rairden, Jr., U. S. Navy

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  • The Korean Truce Talks: First Phase
    By Colonel J. C. Murray, U. S. Marine Corps

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  • Industrial Security: A Challenge
    By Lieutenant Commander Edward U. O'Donnell, U. S. Naval Reserve

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  • The Allied Navies at Salerno (Pictorial)
  • Discussions, Comments and Notes

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  • Book Reviews

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