Marine Corps History, is published twice a year on topics within the long history of the Corps: Civil War, Spanish-American War, Banana Wars, WWI, WWII, Korea, Cold War, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, and women and minorities in the military. Articles must focus on some aspect of the Corps, either directly or indirectly, including foreign marines and joint operations.




The Tiger of Seibo:
Charles F. Merkel, George C. Thorpe, and the Dark Side of Marine Corps History


by Mark R. Folse



The U.S. Marines in World War I
Part I: The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Comes to the Fore

by Colonel Walter G. Ford, USMC (Ret)




Development of Medical Doctrine for Amphibious Warfare by the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps, 1929-39
Part I


The Importance of Professionalism:
An Analysis of the 1st Marine Division Planning Process for the Amphibious Assault on Inchon

by Lieutenant Colonel Michael Bonura, USA;
Major Michael Padilla, USAF;
Major Kwan Seop Lee, Republic of Korea Army



National Museum of the Marine Corps:

Moving Forward to Tell the Story of Today's Warrior



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