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Tarawa to Okinawa: the Evolution of Amphibious Operations in the Pacific During World War II

Tarawa to Okinawa: the Evolution of Amphibious Operations in the Pacific During World War II( )
Author: USMC Command and Staff College, Usmc Command
ISBN:978-1-5115-4023-0
Publication Date:Apr 2015
Publisher:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Book Format:Paperback
List Price:USD $12.95
Book Description:

U.S. amphibious warfare began its development in the early 1900's, became a real capability in World War II, and today provides the nation with a means to achieve its policy objectives with an ability to project military power from the sea.During World War II, the first real test of this amphibious assault capability came at the beginning of the Central Pacific drive on Tarawa in 1943 and culminated with the final amphibious operation in the Pacific at Okinawa, some 350 miles south of...
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Book Details
Pages:30
Physical Dimensions (W X L X H):8.5 x 11 x 0.07 Inches
Book Weight:0.29 Pounds



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