Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Administrative review: International Seapower Symposium (Post-International Seapower Symposium), 1969 Dec 9
Informal replies by Command and Staff Faculty participants of the International Seapower Symposium giving opinions and commenting on administrative details after the close of the symposium.
This collection consists of curricula, welcoming messages, and classroom exercices used during the Army and Navy Staff College course at the Naval War College from 1943-1945.
Correspondence, memoranda, lists, contracts, inventories, military and naval orders, and plans regarding the early administration and curriculum of the Naval War College, new building construction, and items relating to the establishment of a naval coaling station in Narraganset Bay. Also included are journals and letterpress copybooks kept by past NWC presidents Charles Stockton and French Chadwick.
Correspondence, letters received regarding Naval Institute oral history and Naval War College Chair of Intelligence, 1970–1975; Miscellany, including yearbook, Japanese texts, maps and charts, programs, certificates, USN commissions, and photographs, 1924–1984; Research source materials used in writing And I Was There, including published volumes of Japanese War Series, Senshi Sosho, 1967–1975,Pacific Mobile Radio Intelligence Unit Reports, 1942–1945; Books, Japanese monographs, military intelligence pamphlets, magazines, oral histories and maps; Unpublished materials, including various SRH histories, 1942–1947; SRNS, Japanese Naval Radio Intelligence Summaries, 1942–1945; SRN, Translations of Japanese Naval Messages, 1941–1942; SRNM, Japanese Naval Communications, 1942; CINCPAC messages, 1942; Tapes of interviews conducted by authors,1970–1983; Ships logs and action reports, 1941–1942; Translations of Japanese War History, 1942–1944; Notes and notebooks on WWII events and Japanese Intelligence; Photographs and personal letters; Promotion certificate to Rear Admiral; Drafts, Letters, memoranda and book reviews of And I Was There; Pacific Mobile Radio Intelligence Unit Reports, 1942–1945; Miscellaneous lists of diagrams, maps and biographies.
Memorandum listing individuals expected to attend the Marine Corps war game in February 1984 at the Naval War College.
Memorandum from Lieutenant Commander Henry E. Eccles to the Commander of Chief, U.S. Asiatic Fleet with a report of his trip from Washington to Manila on board the U.S.S. J.D. Edwards (DD216).