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1987 Reports

  • "Why Saudi Arabia Needs The AWACS" by Major Suliman E. al Hassoon, Royal Saudi Air Force, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College [1987] Argues that the Saudi military needs AWACS to provide early-warning
  • Marine Corps Roles And Missions A Case For Specialization by Major Joseph A. Crookston, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College [1987] This paper examines the nature of roles and missions assigned to the Marine Corps since 1975 and offers an argument favoring sufficient specialization by selected units to ensure that the members of those units have adequate training and expertise to carry out these assigned missions successfully
  • The Argentine Seizure Of The Malvinas [Falkland] Islands: History and Diplomacy by Lieutenant Commander Richard D. Chenette, USN, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College [1987] This research paper traces the history of Argentina's dispute with Great Britain over sovereignty of the Falkland/Malvinas Islands from the time they were discovered though their seizure by Argentina in April 1982.
  • Afganistan: Eight Years After by Major Richard J.Dick, Royal Canadian Regiment, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College [1987] The intent of this paper is to provide a survey examination of events in Afghanistan precipitating the Soviet invasion up to 1987
  • On Terror Combatting A Violent Foreign Policy by LCDR S. W. Deutermann, U.S. Navy, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College [1987] Reviews the history of terrorism and evaluates its effectiveness as a strategy
  • Operation In Cold Weather by Major Knut Karlsen, USMC, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College [1987] The paper will, through an overview over problems in cold weather operations and special precautions, answer the question if there is a need to earmark units.
  • Marine Corps Artillery Rockets: Back Through The Future by Andrew F. Mazzara, USMC, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College [1987] This paper walks the reader through the origin and development of the artillery rocket to the state-of-the-art technology.
  • The Merchant Fleet Is Sinking by Major E. K. Reed, USMC, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College [1987] By providing much needed sealift, the U.S. Merchant Fleet plays a vital role in the sea power of the United States; however, the current condition of the U.S. merchant fleet seriously threatens the national security of the United States.
  • Roebling's Amphibian The Origin Of The Assault Amphibian by major RICHARD W. ROAN, USMC, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College [1987] A review of the Marine Corps use of amphibious vehicles
  • The Israeli Experience In Lebanon, 1982-1985 by Major George C. Solley, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College [1987] This study examines Israel's experience in Lebanon from the growth of a significant PLO threat during the 1970's to the present, concentrating on the events from the initial Israeli invasion in June 1982 to the completion of the withdrawal in June 1985.
  • Soviet Politico-Military Initiative In The Pacific And Indian Oceans And Its Ramifications On Southwest Asia by Major Low Hian Tiong, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College [1987] The aim of this paper is to examine the current Soviet politico-military initiative in the Pacific and Indian Oceans and its ramifications on Southeast Asia.
  • Employment Of The U.S. Armed Forces And The War On Drugs by Major William K. Tritchler, USMC, Marine Corps University Command and Staff College [1987] Examines issues concerning the use of the U.S. military in the "war on drugs."



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