This quantity offers a suite of articles describing diversified features of U.S. Marine Corps participation in Operation Iraqi Freedom in the course of 2003. As with the formerly released anthologies at the Spanish American, Vietnam, and Persian Gulf Wars, our purpose is to supply a common evaluate that may function an meantime source for teaching Marines and informing the general public concerning the clash, until eventually the background department completes an meant sequence of monographs facing significant Marine Corps operations in that crusade. because the operational surroundings maintains to mature, the authors' diversified bills also will function an creation to altering strategies and techniques encountered or constructed through Marines carrying out balance and aid operations in Iraq.
Part I * Commanders' standpoint * "I Marine Expeditionary strength precis of motion" * Lieutenant basic Wallace C. Gregson * "Briefing on army Operations in Iraq" * basic Tommy R. Franks, U.S. military * "I Marine Expeditionary strength Commander reside Briefing from Iraq" * Lieutenant common James T. Conway * "Briefing on I Marine Expeditionary strength in Iraq" * Lieutenant common James T. Conway * "We've continuously performed home windows' * Lieutenant normal James T. Conway * half II * floor strive against * "Blue Diamond Intelligence: Division-Level Intelligence Operations in the course of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM" * Lieutenant Colonel Michael S. Groen * "1st Marine department and Operation IRAQI FREEDOM" * Lieutenant Colonel Clarke R. Lethin * "Logistics aid to the first Marine department in the course of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM" * Lieutenant Colonel John J. Broadmeadow * "Aviation Integration in Operation IRAQI FREEDOM I: A department Air Officer's standpoint" * Lieutenant Colonel Patrick A. Gramuglia and significant Richard L. Phillips . * "The conflict of An Nasiriyah" * corporation Commanders, 1st Battalion, 2nd Marines * "Charlie corporation Leads BLT into Northern Iraq" * First Lieutenant Christopher Mercer * "Experience and flexibility make certain luck for twenty fourth MEU (SOC) in Iraq" * Corporal Jeff Sisto * "Cannon Cockers at struggle: The eleventh Marines in Operation Iraqi Freedom" * Lieutenant Colonel Michael R. Melillo * "Marine Artillery within the conflict of An Nasiriyah" * significant Walker M. box * "Combat Engineer Battalion in Operation IRAQI FREEDOM" * Commanders and Staffs, 1st and 2nd strive against Engineer Battalion * "Combining 1st and second wrestle Engineer Battalions: may still We Do It Again?" * Lieutenant Colonel Michael A. Micucci * half III * Air strive against * "A assorted Air struggle: Marine Air keep an eye on in Operation Iraqi Freedom" * Lieutenant Colonel Michael J. Kibler * "4th MAW JFACC Liaison in OIF" * Colonels Thomas C. Byron and William Kane * "Airborne Recon Supported Marines' improve in Iraq" * Lieutenant Colonel Lawrence R. Roberts and significant John P. Farnam * "Harrier vendors practice in Iraqi Freedom" * Lieutenant Commanders Cindy Rodriguez, USN, and significant Michael Manzer, Jr., Shawn Lobree, and Jon Dachos, USN * "Close Air help within the U.S. Marine Corps: A FAC's standpoint" * significant Donald S. Hawkins * half IV * wrestle carrier aid * "MLC: maintaining pace at the twenty first Century Battlefield" * Brigadier common Michael R. Lehnert and Colonel John E. Wissler * "Brute strength wrestle provider aid: 1st strength carrier aid team in Operation IRAQI FREEDOM" * Commanders and employees, 1st strength provider aid team * "Marine Engineer crew: A strength for the long run" * Kirk Ross * "8th Engineer help Battalion's aid of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM" * Lieutenant Colonel Niel E. Nelson and significant Joseph Klocek * "No Farp Too Far!" * Commander and employees, Marine Wing aid workforce 37 * "Disbursing is going to battle" * Lieutenant Colonel James A. Hogberg * "Caring for the Fallen: Mortuary Affairs in Operation Iraq Freedom" * Lieutenant Colonel John M. Cassady, significant Jefferson L. Kaster, and leader Warrant Officer-4 Cheryl G. Ites * "Operation Iraqi Freedom: A Surgeon's viewpoint" * Captain Stephen F. McCartney, U.S. army Reserve