Active Air Force wings as of 1 October 1995 ; USAF active flying, space, and missile squadrons as of 1 October 1995, 1999, (CD-ROM)
D 301.82/7:W 72/2/CD
A compilation of data concerning all Air Force wings and squadrons that were active as of October
1, 1995, including lineage, honors, and heraldry. Updated by website.
Dictionary of American Naval Aviation Squadrons, Volume 2, The History of VP, VPB, VP(HL) and VP(AM) Squadrons, etc., 1910-1995, (CD-ROM)
D 221.18:D 56/V.2
The v. 2 disc supercedes v. 1, includes the complete text of v. 1, as well as the title, United States
naval aviation 1910-1995, and 15 monographs on naval aviation. Main titles on Internet but other
publications only on CD-ROM.
History of US Marine Corps Operations in World War II, FMFRP 12-34, January 2000, (CD-ROM)
v.1. Pearl Harbor to Guadalcanal / Frank O. Hough, Verle E. Ludwig, Henry I. Shaw, Jr. -- v. 2.
Isolation of Rabaul / Henry I. Shaw, Jr., Douglas T. Kane -- v. 3. Central Pacific drive / Henry I.
Shaw, Jr., Bernard C. Nalty, Edwin T. Turnbladh -- v.4. Western Pacific operations / George W.
Garand, Truman R. Strobridge -- v.5. Victory and occupation / Benis M. Frank, Henry I. Shaw, Jr.
Invasion Intervention, "Intervasion":, A Concise History of the U.S. Army in Operation Uphold Democracy, (CD-ROM)
D 110.13:H 62/CD
The Combat Studies Institute presents a critical history of Operation Uphold Democracy in Haiti.
This concise study of the Army's role in that important peace operation was written by three faculty
members at the Command and General Staff College at Ft. Leavenworth: Lieutenant Colonel
Walter E. Kretchik, Dr. Robert F. Baumann, and Dr. John T. Fishel. Their accounts and
conclusions drawn from them are based on an extensive review of available documentary material,
interviews with key participants in the operation, discussions with experts on Haitian affairs, and
travels to Haiti to conduct a firsthand assessment. The result is a challenging analysis of Uphold
Democracy that brings into perspective deficiencies as well as achievements in the conduct of the
operation. Consists of Portable Document Format (PDF) files. Also includes special video
segments adapted from the documentary film Rhythm of the Street, which was produced by LTC
Kretchik and Dr. Baumann under the auspices of the Combat Studies Institute in 1997.
Publications of the Joint History Office D 5.22:P96/CD
Disc 1: The Chairmanship of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1949-1999. Disc 2: The Development of the Base Force, 1989-1992; The History of the Unified Command Plan, 1946-1993; The Joint Chiefs of Staff and National Policy; Operation Just Cause; Operation Urgent Fury; So Many, So Much, So Far, So Fast; The Joint Contact Team Program.
The United States Army and the Korean War, United States Army Center of Military History, Vol. 1-4, September 2000, (CD-ROM)
D 114.21:K 84/V.1-4/CD
Publications on CD-ROM and NOT on website: The Medics' War, by Albert E. Cowdrey; Military
Advisors in Korea: KMAG in Peace and War by Robert K. Sawyer, Black Soldier/White Army: The
24th Infantry Regiment in Korea by William T. Bowers, William M. Hammond, and George L.
MacGarrigle; U.S. Army Mobilization and Logistics in the Korean War by Terrence J. Gough;
Pictorials of Korea, 1950 and Korea, 1951-1953 by John Miller, j.r., Owen J. Carroll, and Margaret
The United States Army in World War 1, Center of Military History, Vol. 1-3, April 2001, (CD-ROM)
D 114.21:W 19/V.1-3/CD/
Version 1, 2. This three disc CD-ROM brings together for the first time all of the Center's existing
work on World War I, to include an overview essay, Learning Lessons in the American
Expeditionary Forces (Disc 1); the 18-volume documentary collection of selected AEF records of
the United States Army in the World War, 1917-1919 (numbered 1-17, with Volume 10 divided into
two separate parts), (Discs 1 and 2); the five-volume Order of Battle of the United States Land
Forces in the World War (numbered 1-3, with Volume 3 divided into three separate parts), (Disc 3);
American Armies and Battlefields in Europe (Disc 3); and World War I print set (Disc 3).
The United States Army And World War II, Disc 1-4, Set 1 of 7, (CD-ROM)
D 114.21:W 19/2/V.1-4/SET.1/CD
Disc 1. The supreme command ; Logistical support of the armies, v. 1, May 1941-September 1944 ; Logistical support of the armies, v. 2, September 1944-May 1945 ; Cross-channel attack; Breakout and pursuit -- Disc 2. The Lorraine campaign ; The Siegfried Line campaign ; The Ardennes : Battle of the Bulge ; Riviera to the Rhine -- Disc 3. The last offensive ; The Persian corridor and aid to Russia ; Northwest Africa : seizing the initiative in the west -- Disc. 4. Sicily and the surrender of Italy ; Salerno to Cassino ; Cassino to the Alps. Selected publications also on CMH website.
The United States Army and World War II, Vol. 1-4, Set 2 of 7, August 2002, (CD-ROM)
D 114.21:W 19/2/V.1-4/SET.2/CD
Some publications also on CMH site. Note: more publications on CD-ROMs than listed on CMH site.
United States Naval Aviation, 1910-1995, 1997, (CD-ROM)
D 221.18:AV 5/CD
A general background on naval aviation history, highlights significant events and developments that
shaped naval aviation from its birth in 1911; covers all aspects of naval aviation, including
operational activities, technical developments and administrative changes. "Also includes the
Dictionary of American naval aviation squadrons-volume 1; Naval aviation combat statistics-World
War II and U.S. Naval aviation in the Pacific." http://www.history.navy.mil/branches/dictvol1.htm
Main titles on Internet but other publications only on CD-ROM.
World War II Inter-Allied Conferences, 2003, (CD-ROM)
D 5.22:C 76/CD
Minutes of conferences between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston S. Churcill during World War II on allied grand strategy.