Cover Contents Introduction The Early Years: 1912-1941 The First Marine Aviation Force Survival: 1919-1920 Expansion and Training World War II Wake Island Battle of Midway The Road Back The Solomons Campaign Central Pacific Operations The Philippines Okinawa The Occupation of Japan and Demobilization Post-WW II Operations Korean War Chosin Reservoir Technological Development Southeast Asia Involvement Southeast Asia Involvement (continued) Pressing on Toward the 1980s
NOTE: This monograph, U.S. Marine Corps Aviation, has been out of print for many years and paper copies are no longer available through the Naval Aviation History Branch or the Government Printing Office. This electronic version has been placed on the Naval Historical Center's homepage because it is an excellent reference source for information about Marine Corps Aviation in general. The document is also available on CD-ROM. See the Origins, General Information and Publications page for the Naval Aviation History Branch on how to order the CD-ROM.
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