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Intelligence Division, OPNAV, combat narratives

Intelligence Division, OPNAV, combat narratives

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Published by Scholarly Resources, Inc. in Wilmington, Del .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Office of Naval Intelligence,
  • United States. -- Office of Naval Intelligence,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Naval operations, American,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Naval operations, American,
  • United States -- History, Naval

  • Edition Notes

    Published in cooperation with the U.S. Naval Historical Center, Operational Archives Branch.

    Other titlesWorld War II Naval histories and historical reports: Intelligence Division, OPNAV, Combat narratives, Combat narratives
    ContributionsScholarly Resources, inc.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD773, Microfilm 2009/43
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination3 microfilm reels
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23646505M
    LC Control Number2009397493

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Drawn from action reports, operation orders, war diaries, and personal interviews, the documents contain charts and photographs. Although most of the reports describe action in the Pacific theater, the North African landings, the Sicilian campaign, and the Salerno landings are also the subjects of separate narratives.

Intelligence division, opnav, combat narratives Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content. "The Combat Narrative program originated in a directive issued in February by Admiral Ernest J.

King, Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet, that instructed the Office of Naval Intelligence to prepare and disseminate these studies. A small team composed of professionally trained writers and historians produced the narratives.

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Leonard Ware authored this account which the Office of Naval Intelligence published without attribution in Originally published: Washington, D.C.: Publications Branch, Office of Naval Intelligence, United States Navy, (Combat narratives.

Solomon Islands campaign ; 1) Includes bibliographical references. ISBN X 1. Intelligence Bulletin Vol 2. 9 May and Vol. 2 No. 10 June Intelligence Bulletin MILITARY INTELLIGENCE DIVISION War Department Washing D. VOL II, NO. 9 May TABLE OF CONTENTS Part One: Japan Section I.

Japanese Positions in the Defense 1. Introduction 2. As Seen on the Marshall Islands 3. As Seen in Burma 4. is reproducing a series of Combat Narratives published by the Office of Naval Intelligence during the early days of the war.

This volume focusses on the Battle of Midway, 3–6 June On 7. The duties assigned to Military Intelligence Division by General Orders, No. 80, War Department,are: This division shall have the cognizance and control of military intelligence, both positive and negative, and shall be in charge of an officer designated as the Director of Military Intelligence, who will bean assistant to the Chief of Staff.

Tactical and Technical Trends, Military Intelligence Division #59 June Booklet Format. Combat Lessons #3, 4, 7(*) Combined Operations (General) Booklet Format. Office of NAval Intelligence Weekly Vols. III & IV, with indexes J Septem a few are missing. Booklet Format.

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Office of Naval Intelligence Washington,D.C. Ma Combat Narratives are confidential publications issued under a directive of the Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Fleet and Chief of Naval Operations, for the information of commissioned officers of the U.S. Navy only. Part of the U.S.

Navy Office of Naval Intelligence "Combat Narratives" series of books. The Battle of the Coral Sea Our forces joined The action at Tulagi on May 4th Observations Events between Tulagi and Misima The action off Misima, May 7th The air groups The Lexington group The Yorktown group Combat air patrol on May 7th Results of the May.

OPNAVINST K 21 May battle damage (especially sustained by own ship, aircraft, facilities or equipment), or other relevant photographs relating to combat or deployment operations.

List below the items submitted, indicating the classification of each. By far the largest part of the narrative of combat on Okinawa is based on the histories of the combat divisions written by combat historians in the field. This central body of combat narrative has been expanded by resort to records of Army, corps, and division headquarters and by interviews with senior Army, Navy, and Marine commanders and.

General information series (United States. Office of Naval Intelligence) German naval air, to ; a report based on German Naval Staff documents. Horn of Africa, Gulf of Guinea, Southeast Asia: Information concerning some of the principal navies of the world.

Information from abroad: Intelligence Division, OPNAV, combat narratives. About this Item: Naval Intelligence Division, Condition: Fair. Volume 4.

This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. With usual stamps and markings, In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. Title: The Battle of the Coral Sea / Naval History and Heritage Command, U.S.

Navy. Other titles: Intelligence Division, OPNAV, combat narratives | World War II Naval histories and historical reports, Intelligence Division, OPNAV, Combat narratives Description: Washington Navy Yard, DC: Naval History and Heritage Command. WAR DEPARTMENT Military Intelligence Division Washing D.

11 December From the Volturno to the Winter Line is a sequel to Salerno: American Operations from the Beaches to the Fifth Army, commanded by Lt. Gen. Mark W. Clark, had established the Salerno beachhead and captured Naples, it pushed the Germans northward across the Volturno River and into.

CORRESPONDENCE OF THE MILITARY INTELLIGENCE DIVISION RELATING TO On the six rolls of this microfilm publication are repro-duced record cards and correspondence of the Military Intelligence Division (MID) that relate to activities of blacks in both civilian and military life, The documents reproduced.

(Record Group 38) Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY RECORDS OF THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS Records of the Chief of Naval Operations Records of the Vice Chief of Naval Operations (VCNO) Records of the Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet Records relating to U.S.

(Record Group ) (bulk ) PLEASE READ THIS NOTICE BEFORE CONTINUING In NARA began a project to reallocate many RG records into new record groups, organized around the major army commands. The reallocation project was completed in This chapter has been annotated to identify the new record group designations for the reallocated records.

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U.S. Navy Abbreviations of World War II The text of this published glossary of abbreviations was prepared shortly after the close of World War II. It is presented here exactly as in the original, except that fifty-nine words which originally appeared in an addenda page have been integrated in.

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See more ideas about Military, Army and 4th infantry division pins.Appendix I Bibliography The main sources consulted in the preparation of the narrative of the Okinawa operation have been the reports, journals, war diaries, orders, and plans of the units involved.

Descriptions of specific actions have been based mainly on the records of the units most directly concerned. In general, the lowest echelons have been considered the best source for details, while.