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Colbert, Richard G., 1915-1973

 Person

Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:

Richard G. Colbert papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSC-030
Abstract

The Colbert papers are comprised of Correspondence, Subject Files, Speeches, Miscellany, Classified Official Correspondence, and Classified Subject Files related to the military career of Richard G. Colbert. A majority of the collection were from Personal correspondence dated 1954-1973. These materials reflect his career in the United States Navy and his personal life surrounding his career. Restricted and classified items are included and access is permitted only to those with appropriate clearances.

Dates: 1932-1973; Majority of material found within ( 1954-1973)

Draft speech to be given by ADM Arleigh Burke, International Seapower Symposium, 1969 Nov 5

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 11
Identifier: RG-22
Scope and Contents

Advance copy of speech to be presented by Admiral Arleigh Burke at the International Seapower Symposium with correspondence from Burke to VADM Richard G. Colbert regarding the speech.

Dates: 1969 Nov 5

Letter and copies of articles received from VADM Richard G. Colbert, 1970 Jan 20

 File — Box 1: Series I; Series II, Folder: 2
Identifier: MSC-067- Series I
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Captain McNulty presented his papers to the Naval War College through the Naval War College Foundation on August 15, 1979. The papers cover the period 1950-1977 and document his career in the Navy. The ten box manuscript collection is divided into five series.Series I, Correspondence, consists of personal correspondence received or sent by CAPT - McNulty, letters sent by VADM Richard G. Colbert and ADM Elmo R. Zumwalt and official and personal correspondence in a career file which outlines McNulty's career in the Navy.Series II, Speeches, contains the speeches CAPT McNulty wrote or edited for ADM - Arleigh Burke, VADM Richard G. Colbert, ADM Ralph Cousins, RADM W. Thompson, and ADM Elmo R. Zumwalt, 1969-1974. This is the largest series in the collection and the bulk of it consists of speeches for A~M Zumwalt who was Chief of Naval Operations at the time (1970-1974).The Navy was going through significant changes during this period: the revamping of an obsolete and shrinking Naval force, the growing global navy of the Soviet Union, the impact of the Nixon Doctrine on foreign and Naval policy, the dissatisfaction of Navy personnel with the service, and a general re-organization of the Naval War College. The speeches give an invaluable contemporary view of these events and of ten outline plans of action which have since taken place. A speech made on March 19, 1971, to the OPNAV Commanders is an overview of what ADM. Zumwalt hoped to...
Dates: 1970 Jan 20

Letter sent by VADM Richard G. Colbert, 1971

 File — Box 1: Series I; Series II, Folder: 3
Identifier: MSC-067- Series I
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Captain McNulty presented his papers to the Naval War College through the Naval War College Foundation on August 15, 1979. The papers cover the period 1950-1977 and document his career in the Navy. The ten box manuscript collection is divided into five series.Series I, Correspondence, consists of personal correspondence received or sent by CAPT - McNulty, letters sent by VADM Richard G. Colbert and ADM Elmo R. Zumwalt and official and personal correspondence in a career file which outlines McNulty's career in the Navy.Series II, Speeches, contains the speeches CAPT McNulty wrote or edited for ADM - Arleigh Burke, VADM Richard G. Colbert, ADM Ralph Cousins, RADM W. Thompson, and ADM Elmo R. Zumwalt, 1969-1974. This is the largest series in the collection and the bulk of it consists of speeches for A~M Zumwalt who was Chief of Naval Operations at the time (1970-1974).The Navy was going through significant changes during this period: the revamping of an obsolete and shrinking Naval force, the growing global navy of the Soviet Union, the impact of the Nixon Doctrine on foreign and Naval policy, the dissatisfaction of Navy personnel with the service, and a general re-organization of the Naval War College. The speeches give an invaluable contemporary view of these events and of ten outline plans of action which have since taken place. A speech made on March 19, 1971, to the OPNAV Commanders is an overview of what ADM. Zumwalt hoped to...
Dates: 1971

List of unrelated slides, undated

 Item — Box 1: Series I; Series II, Folder: 8
Identifier: MSC-067- Series II
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Captain McNulty presented his papers to the Naval War College through the Naval War College Foundation on August 15, 1979. The papers cover the period 1950-1977 and document his career in the Navy. The ten box manuscript collection is divided into five series.Series I, Correspondence, consists of personal correspondence received or sent by CAPT - McNulty, letters sent by VADM Richard G. Colbert and ADM Elmo R. Zumwalt and official and personal correspondence in a career file which outlines McNulty's career in the Navy.Series II, Speeches, contains the speeches CAPT McNulty wrote or edited for ADM - Arleigh Burke, VADM Richard G. Colbert, ADM Ralph Cousins, RADM W. Thompson, and ADM Elmo R. Zumwalt, 1969-1974. This is the largest series in the collection and the bulk of it consists of speeches for A~M Zumwalt who was Chief of Naval Operations at the time (1970-1974).The Navy was going through significant changes during this period: the revamping of an obsolete and shrinking Naval force, the growing global navy of the Soviet Union, the impact of the Nixon Doctrine on foreign and Naval policy, the dissatisfaction of Navy personnel with the service, and a general re-organization of the Naval War College. The speeches give an invaluable contemporary view of these events and of ten outline plans of action which have since taken place. A speech made on March 19, 1971, to the OPNAV Commanders is an overview of what ADM. Zumwalt hoped to...
Dates: undated

James F. McNulty papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSC-067
Abstract

Correspondence, 1959–1976; Career file, 1950–1977; Speeches written for VADM Richard G. Colbert, 1969–1972, ADM Elmo R. Zumwalt, 1970–1974, et.al.; Writings for degree programs and publication, including topics on U.S. and Soviet Sea Power, U.S. Naval presence, 1971 International Sea Power Symposium, Naval War College missions and objectives, mooring and towing procedures, Sea Grant Colleges, 1962–1975; Subject file consisting of research materials for speeches and writings; Miscellany, including notes, notebooks and photographs of CAPT McNulty and family, Naval War College groups and ships; Classified speeches and writings, 1970–1972.

Dates: 1950 - 1977

Naval Defense Policy for Small Nations, paper presented at the Conference on Defense Policies of Small Powers, Palace of Congress, Brussels, Belgium, 1970 Sep 28-29

 Item — Box 1: Series I; Series II, Folder: 9
Identifier: MSC-067- Series II
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Captain McNulty presented his papers to the Naval War College through the Naval War College Foundation on August 15, 1979. The papers cover the period 1950-1977 and document his career in the Navy. The ten box manuscript collection is divided into five series.Series I, Correspondence, consists of personal correspondence received or sent by CAPT - McNulty, letters sent by VADM Richard G. Colbert and ADM Elmo R. Zumwalt and official and personal correspondence in a career file which outlines McNulty's career in the Navy.Series II, Speeches, contains the speeches CAPT McNulty wrote or edited for ADM - Arleigh Burke, VADM Richard G. Colbert, ADM Ralph Cousins, RADM W. Thompson, and ADM Elmo R. Zumwalt, 1969-1974. This is the largest series in the collection and the bulk of it consists of speeches for A~M Zumwalt who was Chief of Naval Operations at the time (1970-1974).The Navy was going through significant changes during this period: the revamping of an obsolete and shrinking Naval force, the growing global navy of the Soviet Union, the impact of the Nixon Doctrine on foreign and Naval policy, the dissatisfaction of Navy personnel with the service, and a general re-organization of the Naval War College. The speeches give an invaluable contemporary view of these events and of ten outline plans of action which have since taken place. A speech made on March 19, 1971, to the OPNAV Commanders is an overview of what ADM. Zumwalt hoped to...
Dates: 1970 Sep 28-29

Naval War College Presidents records

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-28
Scope and Contents

Biographical sketches, career materials, publications and writings of NWC presidents.

Dates: 1884-2006

Part of a slide presentation at Quantico, undated

 Item — Box 1: Series I; Series II, Folder: 8
Identifier: MSC-067- Series II
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Captain McNulty presented his papers to the Naval War College through the Naval War College Foundation on August 15, 1979. The papers cover the period 1950-1977 and document his career in the Navy. The ten box manuscript collection is divided into five series.Series I, Correspondence, consists of personal correspondence received or sent by CAPT - McNulty, letters sent by VADM Richard G. Colbert and ADM Elmo R. Zumwalt and official and personal correspondence in a career file which outlines McNulty's career in the Navy.Series II, Speeches, contains the speeches CAPT McNulty wrote or edited for ADM - Arleigh Burke, VADM Richard G. Colbert, ADM Ralph Cousins, RADM W. Thompson, and ADM Elmo R. Zumwalt, 1969-1974. This is the largest series in the collection and the bulk of it consists of speeches for A~M Zumwalt who was Chief of Naval Operations at the time (1970-1974).The Navy was going through significant changes during this period: the revamping of an obsolete and shrinking Naval force, the growing global navy of the Soviet Union, the impact of the Nixon Doctrine on foreign and Naval policy, the dissatisfaction of Navy personnel with the service, and a general re-organization of the Naval War College. The speeches give an invaluable contemporary view of these events and of ten outline plans of action which have since taken place. A speech made on March 19, 1971, to the OPNAV Commanders is an overview of what ADM. Zumwalt hoped to...
Dates: undated

Photograph of ADM Arleigh Burke and VADM Richarge G. Colbert, 1969 Nov

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 16
Identifier: RG-22
Scope and Contents

Black and white photograph of ADM Arleigh Burke, USN (Ret) (on right) and VADM Richard G. Colbert during the First ISS.

Dates: 1969 Nov

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speeches (documents) 3
correspondence 2
United States -- Armed Forces -- Foreign countries 1
biographical files 1
photographs 1