Marine Corps Historical Publications: 2000-1991
 
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2000

Pride, Progress, and Prospects: The Marine Corps' Efforts to Increase the Presence of African-American Officers (1970-1995). Col Alphonse G. Davis, USMC (Ret). 2000. 54 pp

U.S. Marines at Inchon: Over the Seawall. BGen Edwin H. Simmons, USMC (Ret). 2000. 68 pp.

U.S. Marines in the Pusan Perimeter: Fire Brigade. Capt John C. Chapin, USMCR (Ret). 2000. 64 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in the Recapture of Seoul: Battle of the Barricades. Col Joseph H. Alexander, USMC (Ret). 2000. 64 pp.

1999

Silk Chutes and Hard Fighting: U.S. Marine Corps Parachute Units in World War II. LtCol Jon T. Hoffman, USMCR. 1999. 38 pp.
 
The 1st Marine Division and Its Regiments. Danny J. Crawford, Robert V. Aquilina, Ann A. Ferrante, and Shelia P. Gramblin, Reference Section, Historical Branch. 1999. 75 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in the Persian Gulf, 1990-1991: Combat Services Support in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Maj Steven M. Zimmeck, USMC (Ret). 1999. 246 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in the Persian Gulf, 1990-1991: The 3d Marine Aircraft Wing in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. LtCol LeRoy Stearns, USMC. 1999. 223 pp.

1998

Marines in the Spanish-American War, 1895-1899: Anthology and Annotated Bibliography. Jack Shulimson, LtCol David E. Kelly, USMCR, Evelyn A. Englander and Wanda J. Renfrow compilers. 1998. 173 pp.
 
Historical Perspective and the President's Own U.S. Marine Band: 200th Anniversary. MGySgt D. Michael Ressler, USMC. 1998. 36 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in the Persian Gulf, 1990-1991: With Marine Forces Afloat in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. LtCol Ronald J. Brown. USMCR (Ret). 1998. 263 pp.

1997

And a Few Marines: Marines in the Liberation of the Philippines. Capt John C. Chapin. USMC (Ret). 1997. 28 pp.
 
From Shanghai to Corregidor: Marines in the Defense of the Philippines. J. Michael Miller. 1997. 44 pp.
 
Securing the Surrender: Marines in the Occupation of Japan. Charles R. Smith. 1997. 44 pp.
 
Top of the Ladder: Marine Operations North Solomons. Capt John C. Chapin. USMC (Ret). 1997. 32 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in Vietnam: The Defining Year, 1968. Jack Shulimson, LtCol Leonard A. Blaisol, USMC, Charles R. Smith and Capt David A. Dawson, USMC. 1997. 805 pp.

1996

Bloody Beaches: The Marines at Peleliu. BGen Gordon D. Gayle. USMC (Ret). 1996. 48 pp.
 
Condition Red: Marine Defense Battalions in World War II. Maj Charles D. Melson. USMC (Ret). 1996. 32 pp.
 
The Final Campaign: Marines in the Victory on Okinawa. Col Joseph H. Alexander. USMC (Ret). 1996. 52 pp.
 
Just Cause: Marine Operations in Panama, 1988-1990. LtCol Nicholas E. Reynolds, USMCR. 1996. 50 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in the Persian Gulf, 1990-1991: Marine Communications in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Maj John T. Quinn II, USMC. 1996. 124 pp.

1995

From Makin to Bougainville: Marine Raiders in the Pacific War. Maj Jon T. Hoffman. USMCR. 1995. 40 pp.
 
Humanitarian Operations in Northern Iraq, 1991: With Marines in Operations Provide Comfort. LtCol Ronald J. Brown, USMCR. 1995. 127 pp.
 
The Impact of Project 100,000 on the Marine Corps. Capt David A. Dawson. USMC. 1995. 239 pp.
 
The Right to Fight: African-American Marines in World War II. Bernard C. Nalty 1995. 28 pp.
 
James Guthrie Harbord, 1866-1947: Register of His Personal Papers.  LtCol Merrill L. Bartlett, USMC (Ret), compiler. Occasional Paper. 1995. 25 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in Humanitarian Operations: Angels from the Sea: Relief Operations in Bangladesh, 1991. Charles R. Smith. 1995. 116 pp.

1994

Breaching the Marianas: The Battle for Saipan. Capt John C. Chapin. USMCR (Ret). 1994. 36 pp.
 
Breaking the Outer Ring: Marine Landings in the Marshall Islands. Capt John C. Chapin. USMCR (Ret). 1994. 28 pp.
 
A Close Encounter: The Marine Landing on Tinian. Richard Harwood. 1994. 32 pp.
 
A Different War: Marines in Europe and North Africa. LtCol Harry W. Edwards, USMC (Ret). 1994. 32 pp.
 
Cape Gloucester: The Green Inferno. Bernard C. Nalty. 1994. 32 pp.
 
Closing In: Marines in the Seizure of Iwo Jima. Col Joseph H. Alexander. USMC (Ret). 1994. 52 pp.
 
Free A Marine to Fight: Women Marines in World War II. Col Mary V. Stremlow. USMCR. 1994. 40 pp.
 
Liberation: Marines in the Recapture of Guam. Cyril J. O'Brien. 1994. 44 pp.

1993

Across the Reef: The Marine Assault of Tarawa. Col Joseph H. Alexander, USMC (Ret). 1993. 52 pp.
 
Time of the Aces: Marine Pilots in the Solomons, 1942-1944. Cdr Peter B. Mersky. U.S. Naval Reserve. 1993. 40 pp.
 
Up the Slot: Marines in the Central Solomons. Maj Charles D. Melson, USMC (Ret). 1993. 36 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in the Persian Gulf, 1990-1991: With the 1st Marine Division in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. LtCol Charles H. Cureton, USMCR. 1993. 154 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in the Persian Gulf, 1990-1991: With the 2d Marine Division in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. LtCol Dennis P. Mroczkowski, USMCR. 1993. 107 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in the Persian Gulf, 1990-1991: With the I Marine Expeditionary Force in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Col Charles J. Quilter II, USMCR. 1993. 131 pp.

1992

A Magnificent Fight: Marines in the Battle For Wake Island. Robert J. Cressman. 1992. 36 pp.
 
The Development of Amphibious Tactics in the U.S. Navy. Gen Holland M. Smith, USMC (Ret). Foreword by BGen Edwin H. Simmons, USMC (Ret). Occasional Paper. 1992. 92 pp.
 
First Offensive: The Marine Campaign for Guadalcanal. Henry I. Shaw, Jr. 1992. 52 pp.
 
Infamous Day: Marines at Pearl Harbor 7 December 1941. Robert J. Cressman and J. Michael Wenger. 1992. 32 pp.
 
Outpost in the Atlantic: Marines in the Defense of Iceland, 1941-1942. Col James A. Donovan, Jr., USMC (Ret). 1992. 32 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in the Persian Gulf, 1990-1991: Anthology and Annotated Bibliography. Maj Charles D. Melson, USMC (Ret), Evelyn A. Englander and Capt David A. Dawson, USMC. 1992. 258 pp.

1991

A History of Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 321. Cdr Peter B. Mersky, USNR. 1991. 47 pp.
 
Marines in the Mexican War. Gabrielle M. Neufeld Santelli. Charles R. Smith, editor. Occasional Paper. 1991. 59 pp.
 
Opening Moves: Marines Gear Up for War. Henry I. Shaw, Jr. 1991. 24 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in Vietnam: The War That Would Not End, 1971-1973. Maj Charles D. Melson, USMC and LtCol Curtis G. Arnold, USMC. 1991. 311 pp.

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