Siege, Gambit, and Scramble
- Night Teams Over Korea. Brown, Charles H. // Naval Aviation News;Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 85 Issue 2, p34
Relates retired U.S. Navy pilots' experiences during the Korean War in 1950-1953. Night attack; Night fliers' problems living on board ships; Use of hydraulic catapults.
- The Navy's Air War in Korea: September--October 1950. Evans, Mark L. // Naval Aviation News;Sep/Oct2000, Vol. 82 Issue 6, p22
Focuses on the United States Navy's participation in Korean air battle in 1950. Forces during the United Nation's air campaign; Efficiency of F4U Corsairs and AD Skyraiders; Effectiveness of lethal combination of air power and naval gunfire support; Naval casualties during the offensive; Impact...
- FROZEN CHOSIN: THE NAVAL AIR WAR IN KOREA, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1950. Evans, Mark L. // Naval Aviation News;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 83 Issue 1, p10
Chronicles the United States Navy air war in Korea from November to December 1950. Defeat of the North Korean People's Army; Ships and their strike group; Initial strike against the Sinuiji bridges; Attacked on Yalu bridges; Repercussions of the strike group's failure to drop the bridges.
- THE DAMBUSTERS AT HWACHON. Evans, Mark L. // Naval Aviation News;May/Jun2001, Vol. 83 Issue 4, p22
Focuses on the United States Navy's blasting of the Hwachon Dam in North Korea. Commemoration of the attack by Fighter Attack Squadron 195's Dambusters; Challenges in flying over Korea. INSET: VFA-195 DAMBUSTERS.
- Korean War Tests U.S. Preparedness. Vergun, David // Sea Power;Jun2002, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p61
Comments on the support of the Navy League of the United States on the U.S. military during the Korean War. Decline of U.S. military preparedness after the World War II; Contributions of the sea services on the Korean War.
- 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE KOREAN WAR. Manson, Frank A. // Sea Classics;Jun2010, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p18
The article focuses on the 60th anniversary of the Korean War. It states that the communists in North Korea made a decision to test the U.S.'s political resolve by intersecting the border of North and South Korea while the U.S. was still in a festive postwar frenzy. It also notes that in order...
- The Trick That Won Seoul. Worden, William L. // Saturday Evening Post;11/11/1950, Vol. 223 Issue 20, p29
The article focuses on the Collett destroyer of the U.S. Far Eastern Naval Forces during the Korean war. Commander Robert Close and Lieutenant Commander Rue O'Neill of Collett did not see enemy aircraft on the routes of their patrols. The Collett was accompanied with five other destroyers,...
- Tribal warfare. Leclerc, Eric // Esprit de Corps;Aug2010, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p38
The article profiles Andy Barber, a Korean War veteran who served on the HMCS Haida of the Royal Canadian Navy. The author states that Barber is now a volunteer at the Haida's National Historic Site located in Hamilton, Ontario. The article details Barber's time aboard the warship as well as its...
- Naval Action Bought Critical Time During Early Days of Korean War. Winkler, David F. // Sea Power;Jul2010, Vol. 53 Issue 7, p60
The article discusses the naval actions that bought crucial time during the early period of Korean War. It states that on June 24, 1950, the destroyer United States Ship (USS) Lyman K. Swenson was commanded by Robert A. Schelling during a drill near Tokyo Bay. It recounts that on the night of...