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Sea Power on Call: Fleet Operations June 1951-July 1953
Malcolm Muir, Jr. (au); Peter O. Wheeler (fr)
Covers naval operations in the last two years of the Korean War, from the summer of 1951 to the end of hostilities on July 27, 1953. U.S. & allied sea power was critical to UN fortunes by denying the enemy use of the sea; interdicting supply lines on land & along the coast; pouring a deluge of fire onto Chinese & N. Korean forces throughout Communist-held territory; patrolling the seas & coasts around the peninsula; clearing those waters of enemy mines; & keeping the fleet on station by supplying warships with ammunition, fuel, food, & other essential items. Contents: The Challenge of the Mine; Naval Gunfire Support; The Siege of Wonsan; Blockade Duty; Korean Weather: A Special Challenge; Sub. Oper.; Helicopters at Sea; & Special Oper. Illus.
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