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  • Korean Conflict 1950-1954
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Operations 


Inchon Invasion, September 1950

Inchon, Korea, 15 September 1950: First Lieutenant Baldomero Lopez, USMC, leads the 3rd Platoon, Company A, 1st Battalion, 5th Marines over the seawall on the northern side of Red Beach. Wooden scaling ladders are in use to facilitate disembarkation from the LCVP that brought these men to the shore. Lopez was killed in action within a few minutes, while assaulting a North Korean bunker (NH 96876).

 

Korean War Chronology

History of U.S. Naval Operations: Korea, an online version of James A. Field's comprehensive history of the Korean War, first released in 1962 and no longer in print

Navy Interdiction Korea Vol. II, Task Force Seventy-Seven's "interdiction" strike to deprive the enemy of supplies and transport facilities (1 January 1952) 

Naval Battles of the Korean War, by Edward J. Marolda (reproduced with permission from: Tucker, Spencer C., ed. Encyclopedia of the Korean War: A Political, Social, and Military History)

Operation Chromite—The Invasion of Inchon

Overview: Chosin Reservoir—Battle, Fighting Retreat, and Evacuation, historical summary by Emily J. Lambert, intern with NHHC Communication and Outreach Division 

Hungnam and Chinnampo Evacuations, by Edward J. Marolda (reproduced with permission from: Tucker, Spencer C., ed. Encyclopedia of the Korean War: A Political, Social, and Military History)

A New Equation: Chinese Intervention into the Korean War Colloquium on Contemporary History No. 3, 20 June 1990

U.S. Marine Corps History Division: Link to in-depth operational histories and well-written and -produced short pamphlets detailing specific aspects of the Marine Corps’ experience in Korea

U. S. Navy Special Operations in the Korean War: "Revolt of the Admirals"

H-Gram 050-1: Naval Action in the Korean War, 25 June – 1 September 1950, by Samuel J. Cox, Director NHHC

H-054-1: Inchon Landing and Naval Action in the Korean War, SeptemberOctober 1950, by Samuel J. Cox, Director NHHC

H-055-1: Wonsan: October─November 1950, by Samuel J. Cox, Director NHHC

On 65th Anniversary of Inchon Landing, Loaned Navy Art Shares Story of Korean War with Greenville, S.C.

Korean War Casualty Summary

Korean War Naval Operations: A Bibliography

 

Navy Ships

Naval Aviation

Action Reports


Mine Warfare in the Korean War, by Edward J. Marolda

Essay on Naval Battles of the Korean War, By Edward J. Marolda

 
Published: Tue Oct 20 17:54:18 EDT 2020