Military Crisis Management: U.S. Intervention in the Dominican Republic, 1965

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NOTES
1.
Center for Strategic Studies, Dominican Action--1965, p. 45; Martin, Overtaken by Events, pp. 658, 660.
2.
Lowenthal, The Dominican Intervention, p. 114; Martin, Overtaken by Events, p. 660.
3.
Lowenthal, The Dominican Intervention, p. 118; Martin, Overtaken by Events, p. 660.
4.
Center for Strategic Studies, Dominican Action--1965, p. 48; Lowenthal, The Dominican Intervention, p. 118.
5.
Lowenthal, The Dominican Intervention, p. 115; Center for Strategic Studies, Dominican Action--1965, p. 48; Martin, Overtaken by Events, p. 661;
6.
Lowenthal, The Dominican Intervention, pp. 116-117; Martin, Overtaken by Events, p. 661, Johnson, The Vantage Point, p. 202; Center for Strategic Studies, Dominican Action--1965, pp. 44-46.
7.
Martin, Overtaken by Events, p. 661; Charles C. Moskos, "Grace Under Pressure," Army ( September 1966), p. 42; Slater, Intervention and Nepotiation, p. 63. At its maximum strength, the U.S. command included about 14,000 army troops, 8,000 marines, 1,000 air force, and 11,500 navy personnel. ( U.S.F.D.R., "Stability Operations," pt. 1, v. 4, ch. 8, encl. 1, p. 1 ).
8.
Lowenthal, The Dominican Intervention, p. 116; Roberts, LBJ's Inner Circle, p. 209; Greenberg, Dominican Retpublic Intervention, p. 43.
9.
Lowenthal, The Dominican Intervention, pp. 116-117. The 101st Airborne Division did not participate in the Dominican action, fortunately for Strike Command, which otherwise would have been without any airborne troops to use in case of another contingency operation; Greenberg, Dominican Republic Intervention, p. 43.
10.
U.S.F.D.R. "Stability Operations," pt. 1, v. 2, ch. 6, sec. II, p. 5.
11.
Tompkins, "Ubique," p. 37; Phiblant, Retport of Participation, encl. 1, p. 3; Greenberg, Dominican Retpublic Intervention, p. 39.
12.
Center for Strategic Studies, Dominican Action--1965, p. 47; Greenberg, Dominican Retpublic Intervention, p. 39; Yates, Power Pack, p. 78.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Contributions in Military Studies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Maps ix
  • Abbreviations xi
  • Preface xv
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Revolt and Response (24-27 April) 19
  • Notes 29
  • 3 - Decisions and Initial Operations (28-29 April) 33
  • Notes 42
  • 4 - Crisis Management 49
  • Notes 74
  • 6 - Military and Diplomatic Coordination (30 April-5 May) 77
  • Notes 92
  • 7 - Support Operations 97
  • Notes 106
  • 8 - Peace Force and Political Settlement (may 1965-Sept. 1966) 109
  • Notes 119
  • 9 - Conclusions 123
  • Bibliography 135
  • Index 145
  • About the Author 153
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