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Robert Lyman John Long Papers, 1977-1984: Finding Aid

Published in 1999

Summary Information

  • Publisher: United States Naval Academy. Special Collections & Archives.
  • Publisher Address:
    589 McNair Road
    Annapolis, Maryland 21402-5029, USA
    Phone: 410-293-6917
    https://www.usna.edu/Library/sca/index.php
  • Call number: MS 340
  • Location: Special Collections & Archives Department - Manuscripts
  • Title: Robert Lyman John Long Papers
  • Dates: 1977-1984
  • Size: 1.25 linear feet (3 manuscript boxes)
  • Creator: Long, Robert L.J. (Robert Lyman John), 1920-2002
  • Language(s) of material: English
  • Abstract: Robert Lyman John Long was a one-time submarine commander, Vice Chief of Naval Operations, Commander in Chief, United States Pacific Force in the United States Navy, and a member of the United States Naval Academy Class of 1944 (graduated 1943). The papers, consisting mostly of speeches, pertain to topics such as the role of the Navy in the Cold War, missions and goals of specific naval groups, international strategy, and the capabilities, objectives, forces, and strategic principles of the Pacific Command.

Biography of Robert Lyman John Long

Admiral Long was born in Kansas City, Missouri in 1920. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with distinction on June 9, 1943.

After graduation, he reported aboard the battleship U.S.S. Colorado, which participated in numerous Western Pacific operations and assaults from September 1943 to December 1945. Long was awarded the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V" for meritorious service against enemy forces in the Philippine and Ryukyu Islands.

Following the war, he entered the submarine service and served on several submarines as a Junior Officer. He attended the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island in 1953-1954.

Admiral Long was assigned as commanding officer of the submarine U.S.S. Sea Leopard, until August 1956 when he was ordered to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. there, as head of the Submarine Weapons Readiness Section, he earned a commendation from the Secretary of the Navy for his work with Fleet Ballistic Missile Systems. Later, he was assigned to the office of Admiral Rickover, Director for Naval Reactors, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission from July 1959 to June 1960 for instruction in nuclear power. On August 1, 1960, he assumed command of the nuclear powered missile submarine U.S.S. Patrick Henry.

In October 1963, he assumed command of the missile submarine U.S.S. Casimir Pulaski. Admiral Long was assigned to the Navy's Ballistic Missile Project in Washington from July 1965 to July 1966. He then became Executive Assistant to the Under Secretary of the Navy, for which he was awarded the Legion of Merit. He was promoted to Rear Admiral in August 1968. Long became Commander Service Force U.S. Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific in September 1968, where he was awarded a Gold Star in lieu of a second Legion of Merit. In November 1969, Long became Deputy Commander for Fleet Maintenance and Logistics Support, Naval Ship Systems Command. He was awarded a Gold Star in lieu of the third Legion of Merit in that assignment.

Long was promoted to Vice Admiral in June 1972 and assumed command of the Submarine Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. In September 1974, he was assigned as Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Submarine Warfare). For exceptional meritorious service in these two assignments, he was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal

In July 1977, he was promoted to the rank of Admiral and became Vice Chief of Naval Operations and remained in that position until September 1979. Admiral Long was awarded a Gold Star in lieu of his second Distinguished Service Medal for exceptional service to the U.S. Government in that capacity.

Admiral Long became the Commander in Chief, United States Forces Pacific on October 31, 1979. He was the eleventh naval officer to hold the position. As the senior U.S. military commander in the Pacific and Indian Ocean areas, eh headed the largest of the unified commands and directed Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force operations across more than 100 million square miles. He retired from the U.S. Navy on July 1, 1983.

In addition to the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Army Distinguished Service Medal, the Air Force Distinguished Service Medal, the Navy Distinguished Service Medal with two Gold Stars, the Legion of Merit with two Gold Stars, the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V", Admiral Long held three Navy Unit Commendation Awards, the American Defense Service Medal, American Campaign Medal, Naval Occupation Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal with Bronze Star, Philippine Liberation Ribbon, Philippine Republic Presidential Unit Citation Badge, and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal.

Admiral Long also received the following foreign awards: the Chilean Military Merit Grand Star; the Thai Most Exalted Order of the White Elephant, First Class-Knight Grand Cross; the Philippine Legion of Honor, Degree of Commander; the Korean Order of National Security Merit Tong-Il Medal; and the Japanese First Class of the Order of the Rising Sun.

Admiral Long was married to the former Sara Helms of Jacksonville, Florida, with whom he had three sons: Charles Allen, William Trigg, and Robert Helms. Robert Lyman John Long died at the Bethesda Naval Hospital on June 27, 2002.

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Description of Contents

The Robert Lyman John Long Papers, spanning from 1977 to 1984, comprise 1.75 linear feet of documentation, formerly held in eight binders. The papers consist largely of typescript speeches delivered by Admiral Long, as well as occasional related documents, articles written by Long, and a selection of journal articles by other authors. Some of the speeches bear hand-written corrections.

The majority of the papers are from Long's tours as Vice Chief of Naval Operations in the Office of Naval Operations (serving from 1977 to 1979) and as Commander in Chief Pacific Command (CINCPAC) (serving from 1979 to his retirement in July 1983). The collection includes several papers from the end of his duty in 1977 as Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Submarine Warfare) in the Office of Naval Operations, and from his retirement.

The speeches in the collection address various topics oriented to the specific group, division, forum, or celebratory occasion being addressed. Some recurring themes of Admiral Long's speeches include the United States Pacific Command and its capabilities, operating forces, and objectives; national security; the necessity of a superior U.S. Navy in the Cold War; leadership; international strategy; and profiles, missions, and goals of specific naval or military groups.

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Arrangement

The speeches of the Robert Lyman John Long Papers are arranged chronologically, with a selection of journal articles filed at the end of the collection. The papers were originally housed in 8 binders. Folder titles reflect the tabs from within those binders.

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Access and Use

Access

Access is unrestricted.

Copyright and Permission

The Robert Lyman John Long Papers are the physical property of Nimitz Library. Copyright belongs to the authors or creators of the works, or their legal representatives. For further information, consult the Head, Special Collections & Archives.

It is the responsibility of the researcher to secure written permission to publish, reprint, or reproduce material from Special Collections & Archives. The researcher assumes responsibility for infringement of copyright or literary or publication rights. Please contact the Head, Special Collections & Archives for permission to publish and for further information.

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Acquisition and Appraisal

Provenance and Acquisition

Gift of Kenneth Hagan in June 1996. Accession No. 96-49.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Material

Additional material pertaining to Admiral Long's U.S. Navy career and time as a midshipman may be found in his Midshipman Personnel Jacket (sealed until 2045) and Alumni Jacket in Special Collections & Archives, Nimitz Library.

Separated Materials

Classified Annex A, parts 1 and 2 were removed from Binder 8 for security classification review on February 2, 1999.

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Processing and Other Information

Preferred Citation

Robert Lyman John Long Papers, MS 340

Special Collections & Archives Department

Nimitz Library

United States Naval Academy

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Mary R. Catalfamo in 1999. Finding aid written by Mary R. Catalfamo in 1999 and revised by David D'Onofrio in February 2014.

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Subject Headings

These materials have been indexed in the Naval Academy Library online catalog using the following terms. Those seeking related materials should search under these terms.

Name and Subject Terms

  • Cold War
  • Long, Robert L.J. (Robert Lyman John), 1920-2002
  • Soviet Union -- Military relations -- United States
  • United States -- Military relations -- Soviet Union
  • United States. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations
  • United States. Navy -- History -- 1946-1992
  • United States. Navy. Pacific Fleet

Genre Terms

  • Articles
  • Manuscripts
  • Speeches (documents)
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Contents List

Binder 1 - Speeches A-J, 1977-1978

Box 1 Folder 1

A. Launching Emory S. Land, 1977 May

Box 1 Folder 1

B. Navy League Canton/Akron, 1977 May

Box 1 Folder 1

C. Notre Dame Commissioning, 1977 May

Box 1 Folder 1

D. Memorial Day Alexandria, 1977 May 30

Box 1 Folder 1

E. JAG Annual Conference, 1977 October 30

Box 1 Folder 1

F. Navy League, Florida, 1977 October 15-16

Box 1 Folder 1

G. Levering Smith Testimonial Dinner, 1977 November 15

Box 1 Folder 1

H. Navy League, Casco Bay, 1977 December 2

Box 1 Folder 1

I. Recruit Graduation, Orlando, 1977 December 9

Box 1 Folder 1

J. Tomahawk Presentation, 1978 January 10

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Binder 1 - Speeches K-Q, 1978

Box 1 Folder 2

K. Navy League Seapower Symposium, Cincinnati, 1978 January 18

Box 1 Folder 2

L. Presidential Classroom, 1978 February 6

Box 1 Folder 2

M. Air War College, Montgomery, 1978 March 16

Box 1 Folder 2

Mc. Flag Selectees, 1978 March 15

Box 1 Folder 2

N. Luncheon Address, Montgomery, Alabama, 1978 March 16

Box 1 Folder 2

O. Current Strategy Forum, 1978 March 28

Box 1 Folder 2

P. Navy-Marine Corps Council, 1978 April 15

Box 1 Folder 2

Q. U.S. Army Command and Staff College, 1978 April 25

Box 1 Folder 2

Q. Armed Forces Staff College, 1978 May 16

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Binder 2 - Speeches R-Z, 1978

Box 1 Folder 3

R. National War College, 1978 May 19

Box 1 Folder 3

S. AFCEA Sustainers Luncheon, 1978 June 21

Box 1 Folder 3

T. Inter-American Naval Conference, 1978 August 22

Box 1 Folder 3

U. Rear Admiral Carnahan Retirement/Change of Command, 1978 August 31

Box 1 Folder 3

W. Submarine Luncheon, 1978 October 4

Box 1 Folder 3

XYZ. Reference/Bullets, 1978, undated

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Binder 3 - Speeches A-D, 1978-1979

Box 1 Folder 4

A. NSIA - Washington Chapter, 1978 November 14

Box 1 Folder 4

B. USNA Alumni Association, 1979 March 14

Box 1 Folder 4

C. Flag Selectees, 1979 March 14

Box 1 Folder 4

D. Association of Scientists and Engineers, 1979 March 30

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Binder 3 - Speeches E-J, 1979

Box 1 Folder 5

E. NPGS School (Lemoore, Wichita), 1979 April 12

Box 1 Folder 5

F. Navy-Marine Corps Council, 1979 April 28

Box 1 Folder 5

G. OP 06 Dining Out (Battle of Manila Bay), 1979 May 2

Box 1 Folder 5

H. Joint Civilian Orientation Conference, 1979 May 11

Box 1 Folder 5

I. Washington, DC USNA Alumni Association, 1979 May 16

Box 1 Folder 5

J. NSIA Nineteenth ASW Conference, 1979 May 23

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Binder 3 - Speeches K-R, 1979

Box 1 Folder 6

K. USNA Graduation, 1979 May 30

Box 1 Folder 6

L. Chief of Chaplains Change of Office Ceremony, 1979 June 1

Box 1 Folder 6

Mc. Asian and Pacific Roundtable Luncheon - Capital Hill, 1979 June 6

Box 1 Folder 6

M. Flag Day Ceremonies - Baltimore, 1979 June 10

Box 1 Folder 6

N. Inter-American Naval Conference on Naval Analysis - USNA, 1979 June 11

Box 1 Folder 6

O. Charlotte Rotary Club, North Carolina, 1979 June 12

Box 1 Folder 6

P. Commissioning Emory S. Land, 1979 July 7

Box 1 Folder 6

Q. Prospective Commanding Officer Shore Management Course, 1979 July 16

Box 1 Folder 6

R. Secretary of Defense Brown's Remarks for Future Reference, undated

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Binder 4 - Speeches 1-15, 1979-1980

Box 2 Folder 1

1. Remarks Change of Command Ceremony, 1979 October 31

Box 2 Folder 1

2. Challenge in the Pacific (Paper Submitted to AWC), undated

Box 2 Folder 1

3. Remarks PACOM Security Assistance Conference, 1979 November 13

Box 2 Folder 1

4. Talking Paper WESTCOM Visit, 1979 November 15

Box 2 Folder 1

5. Remarks Senior Communications Conference, 1979 November 27

Box 2 Folder 1

6. Christmas Message, 1979 December 8

Box 2 Folder 1

7. Remarks to CINCPAC Staff, 1979 December 19

Box 2 Folder 1

8. Pacific Armies Management Seminar, 1980 January 18

Box 2 Folder 1

9. Senate/House Armed Services Committee, 1980 February 5-6

Box 2 Folder 1

10. PACOM Communications Conference, 1980 February

Box 2 Folder 1

11. ANZUS Council Meeting (Secret - Not Held), 1980 February 26

Box 2 Folder 1

12. Executive Committee Advisory Council on Japanese-U.S. Economic Relations, 1980 March 1

Box 2 Folder 1

13. Boeing Management Group, 1980 March 12

Box 2 Folder 1

14. Visit of People's Republic of China Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Wenjin (J2/3 Brief - Not Held), 1980 March 13-14

Box 2 Folder 1

15. Naval Academy Alumni Association, 1980 March 19

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Binder 4 - Speeches 16-25, 1980

Box 2 Folder 2

16. Welcoming Remarks Ambassador Ridgway, 1980 March 25

Box 2 Folder 2

17. Oahu Windward Rotary, 1980 March 20

Box 2 Folder 2

18. Hawaii Chapter AUSA, 1980 March 27

Box 2 Folder 2

19. Harvard Business School, Club of Hawaii, 1980 April 3

Box 2 Folder 2

20. Honolulu Rotary, 1980 May 6

Box 2 Folder 2

21. CINCPAC WESTPAC Trip (Memorial Day Speech, Baguio - Not Given), 1980 May 18-June 4

Box 2 Folder 2

22. CINCPAC Visit Vice Premier Geng Biao - Talking Paper, Opening/Closing Remarks, Toast, 1980 June 5-6

Box 2 Folder 2

23. Keynote Address NMIA Convention, 1980 June 17

Box 2 Folder 2

24. Kona Navy League/Chamber of Commerce, 1980 August 1

Box 2 Folder 2

25. Anchorage Chamber of Commerce, 1980 August 4

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Binder 4 - Speeches 26-32, 1980-1981

Box 2 Folder 3

26. Hawaii Chapter Association of Government Accountants, 1980 September 26

Box 2 Folder 3

27. PACOM Security Assistance Conference Opening/Closing Remarks, 1980 October 28-30

Box 2 Folder 3

28. AFRTS Christmas Message, undated

Box 2 Folder 3

29. PAMS IV Executive Luncheon, 1980 November 3

Box 2 Folder 3

30. Christmas Meeting with CINCPAC Staff, 1980 December 18-19

Box 2 Folder 3

31. Club Managers Association of America, 1981 January 20

Box 2 Folder 3

32. NATO Military Committee, 1981 February 24

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Binder 4 - Speeches 33-40, 1981

Box 2 Folder 4

33. NATO: North Atlantic Council, 1981 February 25

Box 2 Folder 4

34. 45th Assembly of Bank Directors, 1981 March 18

Box 2 Folder 4

35. Maui Navy League, 1981 March 27

Box 2 Folder 4

36. Hawaii Area Bond Drive, 1981 April 2

Box 2 Folder 4

37. The View from the Pacific (AWC Article), 1981 April

Box 2 Folder 4

38. Atlanta Armed Forces Day, 1981 May 14

Box 2 Folder 4

39. American Chamber of Commerce - Manila, 1981 May 29

Box 2 Folder 4

40. U.S./Japan XIII SSC Threat Brief (Secret - Not Held), 1981 June 10

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Binder 5 - Speeches 41-53, 1981

Box 2 Folder 5

41. ANZUS Council Meeting - Wellington, New Zealand, 1981 June 22-23

Box 2 Folder 5

42. Admiral D.C. Davis' Retirement Ceremony, 1981 July 31

Box 2 Folder 5

43. Address to the 63rd American Legion National Convention, 1981 September 2

Box 2 Folder 5

44. Remarks to Navy/USMC/USCG OWC, 1981 September 10

Box 2 Folder 5

45. Remarks to SUBPAC Commander's Conference, 1981 September 18

Box 2 Folder 5

46. Remarks to FMFPAC Commander's Conference, 1981 September 21

Box 2 Folder 5

47. Honolulu Media Press Conference, 1981 September 28

Box 2 Folder 5

48. California Seminar - Los Angeles, 1981 October 5

Box 2 Folder 5

49. 1980 CINCPAC History Forward, 1981 October

Box 2 Folder 5

50. Editorial - U.S. News and World Report, 1981 October 12

Box 2 Folder 5

51. 12th Biennial Medal of Honor Convention, 1981 November 9

Box 2 Folder 5

52. Pacific Armies Management Seminar V - Manila, Philippines MDB - Welcome Brochure, 1981 November 18

Box 2 Folder 5

53. American Chamber of Commerce/Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce - Hong Kong, 1981 November 20

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Binder 5 - Speeches 54-62, 1982

Box 2 Folder 6

54. 18th Japan-U.S. SCC Meeting (Secret - Not Held), 1982 January

Box 2 Folder 6

55. Asia Pacific Realities - Paper Air War College Associates Program, 1982 January

Box 2 Folder 6

56. 1982 HASC Testimony Opening Statement, 1982 March 16

Box 2 Folder 6

57. Kansas City Navy League, 1982 March 16

Box 2 Folder 6

58. Pacific Ocean Power - Article for Association of Naval Architects, 1982 April

Box 2 Folder 6

59. 4th Military Committee Meeting, 1982 April 27

Box 2 Folder 6

60. Honolulu Council, Navy League (Hale Koa), 1982 April 15

Box 2 Folder 6

61. Interview with Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 1982 April 15

Box 2 Folder 6

62. Pacific and Asian Affairs Council, Honolulu, 1982 April 19

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Binder 5 - Speeches 63-65, 1982

Box 2 Folder 7

63. USNA Alumni Association, Makalapa O' Club, 1982 April 27

Box 2 Folder 7

64. Air Force Association, Hale Koa Hotel, 1982 April 29

Box 2 Folder 7

65. Association of Naval Aviators, Anaheim, California, 1982 May 8

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Binder 5 - Speeches 66-69, 1982

Box 3 Folder 1

66. Change of Command (UNC/CFC/EUSA) (Seoul, Korea) (General Wickham/General Sennewald), 1982 June 4

Box 3 Folder 1

67. ANZUS Council (Secret - Not Held), 1982 June 21

Box 3 Folder 1

68. CINCPAC Views on JCS Organization, 1982 July 16

Box 3 Folder 1

69. American Legionnaires, Joplin, Missouri, 1982 July 17

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Binder 6 - Speeches 1-10, 1982-1983

Box 3 Folder 2

1. Japan-Hawaii Economic Council, Hyatt Regency, Maui, 1982 August 4

Box 3 Folder 2

2. Pacific Armies Management Seminar (PAMS) VI, Hale Koa Hotel, 1982 August 6

Box 3 Folder 2

3. Security Consultative Subcommittee (SSC) XIV, Ilikai Hotel (Unclassified portion only), 1982 August 30

Box 3 Folder 2

4. Submarine Group and Squadron Commander's Conference, Pearl, 1982 September 1

Box 3 Folder 2

5. Armed Forces Staff College Class 75, Norfolk, Virginia, 1982 September 13

Box 3 Folder 2

6. Navy Birthday Sunset Parade, Pearl Harbor, 1982 October 8

Box 3 Folder 2

7. Navy Ball in Seoul, Korea, 1982 October 15

Box 3 Folder 2

8. Navy League Awards Luncheon, Ala Moana Hotel, Honolulu, 1982 October 28

Box 3 Folder 2

9. Interview in Honolulu Magazine, by Alan Waldman, 1982 December

Box 3 Folder 2

10. Message from CINCPAC, Fore 'N Aft Magazine, 1983 January

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Binder 6 - Speeches 11-20, 1983

Box 3 Folder 3

11. Kiwanis International Honolulu Chapter Ala Moana Hotel, 1983 February 2

Box 3 Folder 3

12. Bosses Day Luncheon, CPO Club, Pearl Harbor, 1983 February 17

Box 3 Folder 3

13. PACOM Legal Conference, Hale Koa Hotel, 1983 February 17

Box 3 Folder 3

14. Navy Supply corps 188th Anniversary Ball, Hale Koa Hotel, 1983 March 5

Box 3 Folder 3

15. Congressional Testimony - House Armed Services Committee, 1983 March 8

Box 3 Folder 3

16. Retirement Ceremony, Rear Admiral Robert Chewning, 1983 March 31

Box 3 Folder 3

17. Submarine Birthday Ball, Hilton Hawaiian Village, 1983 April 8

Box 3 Folder 3

18. New York Presentation - Morgan Stanley, et al (outline), 1983 April 11

Box 3 Folder 3

19. Consular Corps Luncheon, Hale Koa, 1983 April 21

Box 3 Folder 3

20. Petroleum Club Luncheon, Houston, Texas, 1983 May 6

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Binder 6 - Speeches 21-29, 1983

Box 3 Folder 4

21. Commissioning Ceremony, AROTC/NROTC, Rice University, Houston, Texas, 1983 May 7

Box 3 Folder 4

22. Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, Chicago, Illinois, 1983 May 9

Box 3 Folder 4

23. Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania, 1983 May 11

Box 3 Folder 4

24. Submarine Officers Quarterly Luncheon, Lockwood Hall, Pearl Harbor, 1983 May 26

Box 3 Folder 4

25. Federal Week Awards Luncheon, Hilton Hawaiian Village, 1983 June 2

Box 3 Folder 4

26. FMFPAC Change of Command, Kaneohe MCAS, 1983 June 3

Box 3 Folder 4

27. Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia, 1983 June 10

Box 3 Folder 4

28. "All Hands" Farewell to CINCPAC Staff, Pollock Theater, 1983 June 21

Box 3 Folder 4

29. Coast Guard Change of Command, 1983 June 30

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Binder 6 - Speech 30 and Toasts 1-30, 1982-1983

Box 3 Folder 5

30. Retirement/CINCPAC Change of Command, 1983 July 1

Box 3 Folder 5

30. Toasts, 19823 July 27-1983 April 23

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Binder 7 - Speeches 1-2, 1983-1984

Box 3 Folder 6

1. Hoover Institute's Conference on National Security Interests in the Pacific, Stanford University, 1983 August 15

Box 3 Folder 6

Army War College, 1984 November 5

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Binder 8 - Selected Articles 1-7, 1983, undated

Box 3 Folder 7

1. "Soviet Ideology" by Colonel D.P. McGrath, USAF, CINCPAC J53, 1983

Box 3 Folder 7

2. "Talking Points on Soviet Strategic Motivations and Goals" from the Rand Corporation, undated

Box 3 Folder 7

3. Comments on Hosmer/Wolfe's Soviet Policy and Practice Toward World Conflicts, 1983 May 13

Box 3 Folder 7

4. "Soviet Goals and Ideology: A Perspective" by Captain J. MacSwain, USA, IPAC, 1983 April

Box 3 Folder 7

5. "The View from the Kremlin" from The Committee on the Present Danger, undated

Box 3 Folder 7

6. War and Peace: Soviet Russia Speaks by Albert Weeks and William Bodie, 1983

Box 3 Folder 7

7. The Intelligent Layperson's Guide to The Nuclear Freeze and Peace Debate from the National Strategy Information Center, 1983

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Binder 8 - Selected Articles 8-13, 1982-1983, undated

Box 3 Folder 8

8. "Bishops, Statesmen, and Other Strategists on the Bombing of Innocents" by Albert Wohlstetter, 1983 June

Includes a one-page synopsis.

Box 3 Folder 8

9. "Preserving Nuclear Peace in the 1980s" by Paul Wolfowitz, 1982 June 22

Box 3 Folder 8

10. "A Rational Approach to Nuclear Disarmament" by Caspar Weinberger, 1982

Box 3 Folder 8

11. "U.S.-Soviet Relations in the Context of U.S. Foreign Policy" statement by George P. Schultz before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 1983 June 15

Box 3 Folder 8

12. "Moral Clarity in the Nuclear Age" by Michael Novak, 1983

Includes CINCPAC J2 synopsis and commentary.

Box 3 Folder 8

13. Soviet Military Power Department of Defense Study, 1983

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