The Resource U.S. Marines in Vietnam : the bitter end, 1973-1975, by George R. Dunham and David A. Quinlan

U.S. Marines in Vietnam : the bitter end, 1973-1975, by George R. Dunham and David A. Quinlan

Label
U.S. Marines in Vietnam : the bitter end, 1973-1975
Title
U.S. Marines in Vietnam
Title remainder
the bitter end, 1973-1975
Statement of responsibility
by George R. Dunham and David A. Quinlan
Title variation
  • US Marines in Vietnam
  • United States Marines in Vietnam
  • U.S. Marines in Vietnam, 1973-1975
  • Bitter end, 1973-1975
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Additional physical form
Also available online from the Internet Archive. Address as of January 9, 2014: https://archive.org/details/usmarinesinvietn00geor.
Cataloging source
GPO
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Dunham, George R.
Government publication
federal national government publication
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Quinlan, David A
  • United States
Series statement
Marine Corps Vietnam operational historical series
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  • United States
  • Vietnam War, 1961-1975
  • Operation Eagle Pull, 1975
  • Operation Frequent Wind, 1975
  • Mayagüez Incident, 1975
  • Vietnam War, 1961-1975
Label
U.S. Marines in Vietnam : the bitter end, 1973-1975, by George R. Dunham and David A. Quinlan
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Spine title: U.S. Marines in Vietnam, 1973-1975
  • Shipping list no.: 91-229-P
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 269-280) and index
Contents
PART 1. THE UNITED STATES PRESENCE IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC: 1. The War goes on ; 2. The United States presence in Southeast Asia ; 3. Contingency planning ; 4. The Fleet Marines are readied -- PART 2. SOUTH VIETNAM: 5. The North Vietnamese Winter-Spring Offensive, 1974-75: The mortal blow ; 6. Evacuation of South Vietnam's Northern Provinces -- PART 3. OPERATION EAGLE PULL: 7. The evacuation of Phnom Penh -- PART 4. ENDING AN ALLIANCE: 8. The other contingency ; 9. Planning the evacuation ; 10. The final days -- PART 5. OPERATION FREQUENT WIND AND A NEW BEGINNING: 11. The evacuation ; 12. Refugee operations -- PART 6. AFTER "VIETNAM": 13. Recovery of the SS Mayaguez ; 14. Epilogue -- Notes -- APPENDICES: A. Command and Staff List, Southeast Asia, 1973-1975 ; B. Command Staff, BLT 2/4, 29-30 April 1975 ; C. U.S. Marine Officers serving in Billets in South Vietnam and USSAG, Thailand, 1973-1975 ; D. Company C, Marine Security Guard Battalion, January-April 1975 ; E. Mayaguez Rescue Force (BLTs 2/9 and 1/4, 12-15 May 1975 ; F. Glossary of terms and abbreviations ; G. Chronology of significant events, 1973-1975 ; H. List of reviewers ; I. 1st Battalion, 4th Marines Detachments, 3-11 April 1975 ; J. Frequent Wind Forces ; K. Helicopter Flow Table for Frequent Wind
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 315 pages
Form of item
online
Note
  • One copy presented by Col. Paddy Collins, USMC.
  • One copy presented by General Robert R. Blackman, Jr.
Other physical details
illustrations, maps)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
U.S. Marines in Vietnam : the bitter end, 1973-1975, by George R. Dunham and David A. Quinlan
Link
Publication
Note
  • Spine title: U.S. Marines in Vietnam, 1973-1975
  • Shipping list no.: 91-229-P
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 269-280) and index
Contents
PART 1. THE UNITED STATES PRESENCE IN THE WESTERN PACIFIC: 1. The War goes on ; 2. The United States presence in Southeast Asia ; 3. Contingency planning ; 4. The Fleet Marines are readied -- PART 2. SOUTH VIETNAM: 5. The North Vietnamese Winter-Spring Offensive, 1974-75: The mortal blow ; 6. Evacuation of South Vietnam's Northern Provinces -- PART 3. OPERATION EAGLE PULL: 7. The evacuation of Phnom Penh -- PART 4. ENDING AN ALLIANCE: 8. The other contingency ; 9. Planning the evacuation ; 10. The final days -- PART 5. OPERATION FREQUENT WIND AND A NEW BEGINNING: 11. The evacuation ; 12. Refugee operations -- PART 6. AFTER "VIETNAM": 13. Recovery of the SS Mayaguez ; 14. Epilogue -- Notes -- APPENDICES: A. Command and Staff List, Southeast Asia, 1973-1975 ; B. Command Staff, BLT 2/4, 29-30 April 1975 ; C. U.S. Marine Officers serving in Billets in South Vietnam and USSAG, Thailand, 1973-1975 ; D. Company C, Marine Security Guard Battalion, January-April 1975 ; E. Mayaguez Rescue Force (BLTs 2/9 and 1/4, 12-15 May 1975 ; F. Glossary of terms and abbreviations ; G. Chronology of significant events, 1973-1975 ; H. List of reviewers ; I. 1st Battalion, 4th Marines Detachments, 3-11 April 1975 ; J. Frequent Wind Forces ; K. Helicopter Flow Table for Frequent Wind
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 315 pages
Form of item
online
Note
  • One copy presented by Col. Paddy Collins, USMC.
  • One copy presented by General Robert R. Blackman, Jr.
Other physical details
illustrations, maps)
Specific material designation
remote

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