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Section 10. Bibliography

The following resources contribued to this CI History:

Books and Magazines Articles:

  • CAPT Herbert C. Cocke, USN, "History of ONI, May 1930 pp. 33-34. 
  • ONI, "Administrative History of ONI in World War II, Chapter III, pp 14-34.
  • LtCol H.W. Edwards, USMC (Ret), "A Different War: Marine In Europe and North Africa" - Marines in WW-II Commemorative Series, 1994, pp. 12-15. 
  • Major R.E. Mattingly, USMC, (Occasional Papers) "Herringbone Clock and CI Dagger" Reprint by History and Museum Division, HQMC, Washington DC 1989. 
  • Henry S.A. Becket, "The History of Espionage" Stein and Day Publishers, Briarcliff Manor, NY 1986, p. 70.
  • R, Harris Smith, "OSS - The Secret History of America's First Central Intelligence Agency," University of California Press, Berkeley Press, 1972 
  • Kermit Roosevelt, "War Report of the O.S.S." Walker and Company, New York, NY 1976. pp 94-95.
  • Headquarters, Counterintelligence Corps Center, Camp Holabird, MD, "Student Manual" 1 June 1949.
  • Brigadier General E. H. Simmons, "The United States Marine Corps (1775-1957), Viking Press, New York, NY. 1976. 
  • Thomas M. Johnson, "CIC: The Army's Spy-Hunter," The Reader's Digest, New York, NY., January 1952, pp 105-110.
  • US Naval Institute Proceedings Review, "Marine Operations in Vietnam," Naval Review, Washington, DC 1973.
  • Intelligence Guide and Procedures, "J-2 Military Assistance Command," Vietnam, 1969.
  • Jack Shulimson, "Marines In Lebanon -1959," History and Museums Division, Headquarters, US Marine Corps, Washington, DC., 1983.
  • Benis M. Frank, "US Marine In Lebanon 1982-1984," History and Museums Division, Headquarters, US Marine Corps, Washington DC., 1986.
  • Art Harris, "Post-Vietnam Trial: Garwood Case," Washington Post Newspaper," 1980.
  • Commander in Chief, "CINCLANT Historical Account of Cuban Crisis 1962," Serial: 000119/J09H, Norfolk, VA 29 April 1063.
  • Commanding General, 5th Marine Expeditionary Brigade, "Command Diary," Serial 0063-62, New York, NY 21 November 1962.
  • Department of the Navy, "Secretary of Defense Press Conference of 23 October 1962,"Transcripts of Subject Press Conference, Code: AGD-ccd undated.
  • Commanding General, Fleet Marine Force Atlantic, "Command Diary, Ground Forces, GTMO, Code 60/735/mrf 0060B5163  1 March 1963.
  • Arthur Sylvester Assistant Secretary of Defense, "Chronology of Cuban Crisis,"Washington, DC 14 November 1962.
  • Mary S. McAuliffe, "Cuban Missile Crisis-1962," History Staff, Centrial Intelligence Agency, Washington, DC October 1992. 
  • Worth H. Bagley, "Kennedy & Taylor: Vietnam 1961," Naval Institute Proceedings, May 1993, pp 106-115.
  • Department of Defense, "Impartiality In Dominican Republic Affirmed", Defense Department Digest, Washington, DC 15 June 1965.
  • Robert J. Moskin, "The US Marine Corps Story," McGraw-Hill Publications, 1982 pp-598-615.
  • H.W. Brands, Jr., "Decisions on American Armed Intervention: Lebanon, Dominican Republic, and Grenada," Political Science Quarterly, Volume 102, Number 4, dtd 1987, pp-607-624.
  • Brigadier General J.D. Beans, USMC (Ret), "Marine Corps Counterintelligence:1990-2000, " American Intelligence Journal Publication, Washington, DC, Special Issue 1989, pp-47-50.
  • James Roosevelt, "A Family Matter," Simon and Schuster Publications, 1980.
  • Charles L. Updegraph Jr., "US Marine Corps Special Units of WW-II," History and Museums Division, Headquarters, US Marine Corps, Washington, DC., 1977.
  • Charles R. Smith, "US Marines in Vietnam: High Mobility and Standdown," History and Museums Division, Headquarters, US Marine Corps, Washington, DC., 1969.
  • Graham A Cosmas and Terrence P. Murray, "US Marines in Vietnam: Vietnamization and Redeployment 1970-1971," History and Museums Division, Headquarters, US Marine Corps, Washington, DC., 1986.
  • Jack Shulimson and Charles M. Johnson, "US Marines in  Vietnam: The Landing and the Buildup," History and  Museums Division, Headquarters, US Marine Corps, Washington, DC., 1965. 
  • James A. MacDonald Jr., Colonel USMC (Ret.) "The Problems of US Marine Corps Prisoners of War in Korea, "Marine Corps Intelligence Activity Occasional Papers, Quantico VA 1961." 

USMC Orders , Letters and CI Team Reports:

  • Captain James Roosevelt, USMCR (Ret) letter to the Commandant of the Marine Corps, "Development within the Corps a unit for Purposes Similar to the British Commandos and Chinese Guerrillas," dtd 13 January 1943.
  • US Marine Corps Counterintelligence letter, "Marine Corps Instruction Publication for Counterintelligence," File code AO306-rd (02A10343 22 April 1943.
  • Commandant of the Marine Corps letter "Outlining Marine Corps Counterintelligence" Serial C207549 dtd 21 March 1949.
  • Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Marine Corps Order #55 "Counterintelligence" dtd 28 November 1949.
  • Headquarters, US Marine Corps (Central Files Section "US Marine Corps Military Occupation Skills Classifications - Period 1943 - 1951," Headquarters, US Marine Corps, Washington, DC.
  • Captain J.L. Young Jr, USMC, Team Commander, 7th CI dtd 13 March 1970.
  • "US Marine Corps Operations in the Dominican Republic April-June 1965, "Headquarters, US Marine Corps Central File Copy, Washington, DC, September 1965, pp-1-28.
  • 1st Counterintelligence Team, Command Cronology Report (1965-1966) (1967-1968)(1969-1970).
  • 3rd Counterintelligence Team, Command Cronology Report (1965-1966) (1967-1968).
  • 5th Counterintelligence Team, Command Cronology Report (1966-1967)(1968-1969).
  • 7th Counterintelligence Team, Command Cronology Report (1966-1967) (1968-1969)(1970-1971) (1972-1973).
  • 13th Counterintelligence Team, Command Cronology Report (1967-1968).
  • 15th Counterintelligence Team, Command Cronology Report (1966-1967).
  • 19th Counterintelligence Team, Command Cronology Report (1967-1969).

Photos:

  • LtCol H.W. Edwards, USMC (Ret), "A Different War: Marine In Europe and North Africa - Marines in WW-II Commemorative Series, 1994, p. 13 (DoD Photo (USMC) A412362 and p. 14 (Photo courtesy of Mrs. Mary Eddy Furman).
  • J.P. Finnegan, "Military Intelligence - A Picture History", U.S. Army Intelligence Command, Arlington, VA 1984. p.112, pp. 132-133.
  • Chief Warrant Officer-4 R. Abercrombie, Personal photographs while serving with the 181th US Army CIC during the Korean War. (Photo of 181th Headquarters), (1st Marine Division near the DMZ), (Picture of himself), (Photo of returning POWs during Operation "Big and Little Switch") to include several other located at the Marine Corps Museum, Marine Corps University Archive Section, Quantico, VA.
  • Major R.P. Brown, USMC (Ret), 3 VHS Tapes covering annual CI Conferences; 85 Photos of South Vietnam as assigned with Marine CI.
  • Captain J.F. McMakin Jr., USMC (Ret), Photos of Vietnam 1963-1965 and Issued Identification fron Republic South Vietnam.
  • Note: Other Photos have been provided.

Personal Accounts (papers and other articles of interest) of:

  • Major C. R Pedersen, USMC (Ret) personal accounts dtd 1 Sept 1989 and 14 September 1993.
  • Chief Warrant Officer-4, R. Abercrombie, USMC (Ret) personal accounts and photos 23 October 1989.
  • Master Sergeant W.D. Wallace, USMC (Ret) personal accounts dtd 15 August 1989.
  • Gunnery Sergeant G.H. Richardson, USMC (Ret) personal accounts dtd 19 August 1989.
  • Major S.L. Moyer, USMC (Ret) personal papers dtd 19 July 1989.
  • (Note: A section in this history is entirely dedicated to Major Moyer - "Through the Eyes with Marine Corps CI)."
  • Major J.L. Young Jr., USMC (Ret) personal accounts dtd 9 February 1991.
  • Captain B.B. Voronin, USMC (Ret), personal accounts dtd 5 October 1993.
  • Captain W.G. Sterling, USMC (Ret), personal accounts dtd 22 April 1993 and 2 September 1993.
  • Chief Warrant Officer-2 D.W. Lorentzson, USMC (Ret), personal accounts dtd 6 October 1989, and 22 January 1990.
  • Master Sergeant R. Pina, USMC (Ret), personal accounts dtd 6 November 1989.
  • Captain E.C.Hyland, USMC (Ret), personal accounts dtd 27 December 1989.
  • Master Sergeant C.L. Cline, USMC (Ret), personal accounts dtd 18 June 1989.
  • Warrant Officer-1 P.L. Dolyak Jr., USMC (Ret), personal Accounts dtd 17 August 1989.
  • Gunnery Sergeant H.D. Perkins, USMC (Ret), personal Accounts dtd 22 January 1992.
  • Warrant Officer-1 R.A. Connly, 1st CI Sub-team Activity Report - Cuban Missile Crisis, 19 October - 17 December 1962 dtd 19 September 1992, Dominican Republic dtd 15 March 1993.
  • Captain R.T. Friedl, USMC (Ret), personal accounts dtd 3 May 1991.
  • Captain K.W. Clem, USMC (Ret), personal accounts dtd 23 July 1992.
  • Master Sergeant T. Jesmore, USMC (Ret), personal accounts dtd 18 September 1990.
  • Captain F. Koeing, USMC (Ret), personal accounts dtd 23 February 1990.
  • Captain R.A. Shamrell, USMC (Ret), personal accounts dtd 20 August 1989.
  • Chief Warrant Officer-4 F.T. Farmer, USMC (Ret), personal accounts dtd 18 September 1989.
  • Captain J.F. McMakin Jr., USMC (Ret), personal accounts dtd 21 May 1990, 17 October 1991, and 25 August 1993.

Personal Interviews between author and:

  • Major C. R. Pedersen, USMC (Ret) 1 September 1989, 21 August 1991, and 25 August 1993. (First Marines to attend CI training at Camp Holibird, MD, Korean War and Vietnam).
  • Warrant Officer-4 R. Abercrombia, USMC (Ret) 17 August 1989, 23 October 1989, 21 August 1991 and 26 August 1993. Attend second CI training at Camp Holibird, MD., Korean War and Vietnam.
  • Master Sergeant J Jacobs, USMC (Ret), 21 January 1990. (Korean War).
  • Major R.E. Throckmorton USMC (Ret), 17 July 1992 (WW-II, Korean War, and Vietnam).
  • Captain K.W. Clem, USMC (Ret), (Korean War, Haiti and Vietnam) 25 August 1993.
  • Captain B.B. Voronin, USMC (Ret), (Vietnam and Estabishment of 19th CIT) 25 August 1993.
  • Captain E.C. Hyland, USMC (Ret), (Vietnam) 26 August 1993.
  • Master Sergeant J Stephenson, USMC (Ret), (Vietnam) 14 March 1990.
  • Cheif Warrant Officer-4 D. Davidson, USMCR (Ret), 10 March 1990 - Development of 10th, 12th and 14th Reserve Counterintelligence Teams - 14 May 1968.
  • Captain B.D. McCaulry, USMC (Ret), (Dominican Republic and Vietnam) 25-26 August 1993.
  • Captain W.A. Brown, USMC (Ret), (Vietnam) 25 August 1993.
  • LtCol J.J. Guenther, USMC (Ret), Korean War, Cuban Missile Crisis and Vietnam), 25-26 August 1993. Note: Several visits with Mr. Guenther when assigned to HQMC, C4I 1988-Present).
  • LtCol G. Alverez, USMC (Ret), (Cuban Missile Crisis and Vietnam) Several interviews from 1988-Present.
  • Major R.A. Connly, USMC (Ret), (Cuban Missile Crisis and Vietnam) 25-26 August 1993.
  • Captain R.T. Friedl, USMC (Ret), (Cuban Missile Crisis) 19 Oct 1991.
  • Master Sergeant T. Jesmore, USMC (Ret) (Vietnam) 23 August 1990, 14 September 1991, 23 August 1992 and 10 September 1993.
  • Captain J.F. McMakin Jr., USMC (Ret) (Vietnam) 25 August 1993, 14 April 1994 and 21 January 1995.
  • Master Sergeant R.F. Tymoch, USMC (Ret) 24 September 1992 and 25 August 1993.
  • Major C.J. Bushey, USMC (Ret) (Vietnam) 25 August 1993.
  • Major W.A. Burton, USMC (Ret), (Vietnam) 25 August 1993.
  • Chief Warrant Officer-3 W.C. Lantz, USMC (Ret) (Vietnam) 24 August 1993.
  • Master Sergeant C.L. Cline, USMC (Ret) (Lebanon Crisis) 16 May 1991.
  • Captain J.J. Flanagan, USMC (Ret) (Vietnam) 17 May 1992.
  • Major W.D. Wilgrube, USMC (Ret) (Vietnam) 12 April 1990 and 27 July 1991.
  • Captain D. Jasinski, USMC (Ret) (Vietnam) 23 September 1991 and 25 August 1993.
  • Captain E.K. Kimbler, USMC (Ret) (Vietnam) 24 August 1993.
  • Major H.C. Cofty, USMC (Ret) (Vietnam - Story of his involvement during the Tet Offensive 1968 and Capture of CWO3 Goodwin on VHS Tape) 24 August 1993.
  • Chief Warrant Officer-4 R. Osborne, USMC (Ret) 10 May 1992.
  • LtCol J.L. Allingham, USMC (Ret), (Vietnam) 25 August 1993.
  • Chief Warrant Officer-2 G.A. Bouck, USMC (Ret),(Vietnam) 25 August 1993.
  • LtCol E.B. Burleson Jr., USMC (Ret),(Vietnam) 24 August 1993.
  • Chief Warrant Officer-5 J.M. Pomeroy II, USMCR, (Vietnam 12 April 1992 and 17 May 1995.
  • Captain W.G. Sterling, USMC (Ret), (Vietnam) 7 March 1994.

Catalog of Documents:

Note: All documents, publications, papers of those personal accounts of individuals listed herein are held at the: Marine Corps Museum, Washington Navy Yard, Washington, DC and at the Marine Corps Research Center, Archives Division, Quantico VA. (Account Number #2607).

Published By:
Bob McDonough
June 1,2017