U.S. Marines in the Persian Gulf, 1990-1991: With the I Marine Expeditionary Force in Desert Shield and Desert Storm
U.S. Marines in the Persian Gulf, 1990-1991: With the I Marine Expeditionary Force in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Col Charles J. Quilter II, USMCR. 1993. 131 pp.
Representative questions that can be answered with this resource:
- What was the Baghdad Express?
- What were some examples of so-called “friendly fire” incidents?
- What was the “Scud Bowl” and why did Saudis find it offensive?
- What did Marines think of Saudi driving?
- How did the liberation of Kuwait begin?
From the preface:
This monograph was written from mid-1991 to February 1992 and consists of events and issues from the perspective of the I MEF commander, Lieutenant General Boomer, who incidentally made the historians’ job infinitely easier by recording all of his staff meetings.
This work appears to be arranged chronologically. It has both an index and subject descriptive chapter headings in the table of contents. The work concludes with three appendices.