The Military Presence on the Gulf Coast; Proceedings of the Gold Coast History and Humanities Conference Volume VII

Jerome F. Coling (Cartographer). Pensacola, FL: Gold Coast History and Humanities Conference, 1978. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Wraps. xvi, 178, [2] pages. Illustrated cover. Illustrations. Maps. Index by Polly Coker. Cover has some wear and soiling. The proceedings are organized into three sections: The Foreign Military, The United States Military, and Military Education on the Gulf Coast. There are articles on the Military Organization of French Colonial Louisiana, on the Militia System of Spanish Louisiana, and on the British Soldier on the Gulf Coast. There are also articles on the United States Marines, Army and Navy on the Gulf Coast, along with a historical sketch of the Naval Air Station Pensacola and the Training and Testing at Elgin Field in World War II. In the last section there is an overview of education and training in the military as well as articles on army developments in training and manpower technologies and Air Force Education and Training. Condition: Good.

Keywords: Military Organization, Louisiana, Gulf Coast, Gulf of Mexico, Militia System, British Soldier, Marines, Pensacola, Naval Air Station, Elgin Field, Robert Futrell, Military Education, Military Training, Manpower Technologies, Career Development

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