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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. Marine Corps History covers all aspects of its long history and replaces the former bulletin Fortitudine. For more information about submitting an article or a book review, click on the Acquisitions button.


The Fortitudine archives of old issues can be found HERE.


ISSN 2381-375X (Print)
ISSN 2381-3768 (Online)

MCH Editorial Board

The Marine Corps History editorial board supports the annual publishing efforts of MCUP by acting as a review and sounding board for content and future topics of interest.

Dr. Zayna N. Bizri
Lecturer, History, Anthropology, and Modern Languages & Literature Department, Eastern Washington University

Dr. Shawn P. Callahan
Director, Marine Corps History Division

Dr. Mark Folse
Historian, U.S. Army Center of Military History

Dr. Michael F. Morris
Associate Professor, Military History, School of Advanced Warfighting, Marine Corps University

Dr. Ryan Peeks
Historian, Joint History and Research Office

Dr. Thomas Sheppard
Assistant Professor, Military History, Command and Staff College, Marine Corps University

Dr. Heather P. Venable
Associate Professor, Military and Security Studies, U.S. Air Force Air Command and Staff College

Dr. Mary Elizabeth Walters
Assistant Professor, Department of International Security,U.S. Air Force Air Command and Staff College

Dr. Kathleen Broome Williams
Independent Historian

Call for Submissions

2024-25 MCH Articles
250th Anniversary Call for Submissions
Historiographical Essays

MCH uses a double anonymous peer review process to evaluate submissions. Subject matter experts who specialize in military history are recruited from internal and external agencies to support MCH's annual publishing process. To learn more about the acquisitions process and MCUP's scholarly best practices, click on the Acquisitions button or email






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