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Fri Mar 21 17:05:15 2014 UTClccn-n850665990.00Doctrine for landing forces0.761.00Intelligence149447938n 850665991369470United States. Marine Corps. Development and Education CommandUnited States. Marine Corps. Marine Corps Development and Education CommandcontainsVIAFID/158571635United States. Marine Corps Combat Development Commandlccn-n78095328United StatesMarine Corpslccn-no89002169United StatesMarine Corps Command and Staff Collegelccn-no99010554United StatesMarine CorpsMarine Air-Ground Task Forcenc-united states$marine corps command and staff college$education centerUnited StatesMarine Corps Command and Staff CollegeEducation Centerlccn-n80157038U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Stationnp-randolph, donald dRandolph, Donald D.orgnp-grimes, keafurGrimes, Keafurorglccn-n80009896Great BritainRoyal Marineslccn-no95041821United StatesMarine Corps Combat Development Commandlccn-n82016385Willoughby, William E.United StatesMarine Corps Development and Education CommandHandbooks, manuals, etcNewspapersBibliographyPeriodicalsCatalogsUnited States.--Marine CorpsUnited StatesMilitary researchOperational readiness (Military science)TransportationUnited States.--Marine Corps.--Marine Air-Ground Task ForceArmies--OrganizationAmphibious warfareArtillery drill and tacticsGreat Britain.--Royal MarinesChemical warfare--Safety measuresNuclear warfare--Safety measuresBiological warfare--Safety measuresVirginia--Marine Corps Base QuanticoLanding operationsMilitary intelligenceFirearmsDeception (Military science)All terrain vehiclesElectronics in military engineeringArmed ForcesUnited States.--Marine Corps Development and Education CommandArmored vehicles, MilitaryUnited States.--Department of DefenseWeapons systemsAdministrative agencies--ReorganizationReligious lifeDecontamination (from gases, chemicals, etc.)Military chaplainsRadioactive decontaminationVehicles, MilitaryVehicles, Military--TestingUnited States.--Joint Chiefs of StaffGoldwater-Nichols Department of Defense Reorganization Act of 1986 (United States)War gamesVirginiaVirginia--QuanticoMilitary suppliesTransportation, MilitaryMilitary basesMarine Corps Schools (U.S.)Conservation of natural resources19621967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919921995699433488VE3531253ocn012116243book19850.84United StatesSearch625ocn026966061book19810.88United StatesMotor transportHandbooks, manuals, etc511ocn012729182int0.88United StatesThe marine's pocket guideHandbooks, manuals, etc491ocn012729102int0.92United StatesForce protection handbookHandbooks, manuals, etc75ocn016632840book19770.47United StatesThe Marine Air-Ground Task ForceHandbooks, manuals, etc65ocn008895919book19750.47United StatesRoyal Marines54ocn008657819book1968United StatesDoctrine for landing forcesHandbooks, manuals, etc44ocn037896018book1970United StatesMarine rifle squadHandbooks, manuals, etc41ocn035189446serial0.10The Quantico sentryNewspapers43ocn013255034book19701.00United StatesIntelligenceHandbooks, manuals, etc32ocn008885027book1979United StatesElectronic warfare operations handbookHandbooks, manuals, etc31ocn008887099book19820.47United StatesNBC defenseHandbooks, manuals, etc31ocn010357964book1983Randolph, Donald DMobility assessment of Mobile Protected Weapons System (MPWS) candidate vehicle32ocn016891306book1982United StatesReligious ministries in the Fleet Marine ForcesHandbooks, manuals, etc31ocn016891379book1986United StatesMilitary deceptionHandbooks, manuals, etc31ocn016632695book19860.47United StatesGuide to doctrinal publicationsBibliographyHandbooks, manuals, etc32ocn008851594serialMarine Corps studies catalogPeriodicalsCatalogs31ocn012881539book1982Hughes, James WMarine Corps requirements and procedures for decontamination and collective protection study : vol. 1Handbooks, manuals, etc31ocn033069964book19890.47Parlier, Greg HThe Goldwater-Nichols Act of 1986 : resurgence in defense reform and the legacy of Eisenhower32ocn008885011book1982Randolph, Donald DMobility analysis of selected lightweight armored wheeled concept vehiclesThe study shows how the mobility performance of a 16-ton wheeled, light armored vehicle (LAV) is affected by systematic variations in number of axles, in tire size and/or in installed horsepower. The object of the study is to define the upper bounds of mobility performance for 16-ton wheeled LAV's as defined by these parameters, assuming the use in all cases of the best practical state-of-the-art suspensions matched to the overall vehicle configuration. The hull configuration of the parametric vehicles derives from a 6x6 concept design developed by TACOM under the 1980-81 ACVT program. Twelve variations are examined in which changes in weight and geometry associated with power train and running gear variations are accounted for. The study uses the ride dynamics module (VEHDYN) of the Army Mobility Model (AMM) for characterizing ride and shock characteristics of the study vehicles, AMM for making off-road and on-road performance predictions, the SWIMCRIT/WACROSS water-crossing model for analyzing linear feature crossings and the WES DASH model for computing acceleration performance. Measures of mobility performance for the twelve study vehicles are developed using digital mobility-terrain data representing first the central highlands of the Federal Republic of Germany and second northeast Jordan. These data bases, each covering about 500 km (2), are available from earlier WES studies21ocn016736419book19871.00MARCOA Publishing IncorporatedQuantico, crossroads of the Corps11ocn298976289book1976A brief history of the Marine Corps base and the Marine Corps Development and Education Command Quantico, VirginiaHistory01ocn020289800book1976United StatesNatural resources conservation report 197501ocn017631271book1967Reorganization of Marine Corps SchoolsFri Mar 21 16:07:20 EDT 2014batch18728