The Fraternity of the Blue Uniform: Admiral Richard G. Colbert, U.S. Navy and Allied Naval Cooperation

Title:
The Fraternity of the Blue Uniform: Admiral Richard G. Colbert, U.S. Navy and Allied Naval Cooperation
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008-046-00270-3
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The Historical Monograph Series are studies of the history of naval warfare that are based wholly, or in part, on source material contained in the Naval Historical Collection of the Naval War College. This volume examines Admiral Richard G. Golbert's efforts to foster cooperation between the U.S. Navy and those navies with whose countries the United States was allied during the Cold War.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Introduction

I. Making of a Cold War Naval Officer

  • Organizing Collective Defense at Sea
  • London and Washington

II. The Naval Command Course

  • The Education of "Free World" Naval Officers
  • Building on the NCC Philosophy

III. The State Department

IV. The SACLANT Years

  • Flexible Response at Sea
  • Strengthening the Nato Maritime Alliance
  • The Standing Naval Force Atlantic

V. The Naval War College and the Wider World

  • Colbert and the Nixon Doctrine
  • The Free World Seapower Symposium

VI. Southern Command's Finest Hour

  • Strengthening Nato in the South
  • Holding the Line on Euphoria: The Nato Foundation Concept

VII. Conclusions

Notes

Index

Audience

Members of the Navy, military students, historians, and others interested in Cold War and Naval history would enjoy this publication.

Product Details

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Publisher:
Defense Dept., Navy, Naval War College
Author:
  • Sokolsky, Joel J.
Year/Pages:
1991: 96 p. 2010-repr.
Notes:
Previous edition, D 208.210:8, which was not sold by GPO. The 2010 printing includes new CIP information and a new ISBN and barcode. The book has two ISBNs printed in it: 978-0-16-086615-9, which is in the barcode on cover 4 and in the for sale line below the Cataloging in Publication (CIP); and 978-1-884733-81-9, which is in the CIP.
Key Phrases:
  • Naval War College Historical Monograph Series No. 8
  • Colbert, Richard G.
  • Naval History
  • Military History
  • United States Navy and Allied Naval Cooperation
  • Sea-power, United States, History, 20th century
  • United States, Military relations
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Item available Date:
09/10/2010
Last Status Update:
10/16/2017
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