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Click here to go to Air Force Combat Units of World War II - Part 2
Air Force Combat Units of World War II
complete 506 page work, keyword searchable


Edited by Maurer Maurer ; USAF Historical Division, Air University, Washington :Date: 1986

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The F-16.  From the US Air Force website

One of several subjects covered this week on WBAI's Weaponry Radio Program with Tom Wisker

The F-16

WBAI, 99.5 FM or online, on Wednesday morning (Tuesday night, if you stay up) from 1:30 to 3:30 am.

Preliminary Schedule 
of Friday Evening Talks
& the Fall Saturday Conference
Fall, 2001
Full-size season's schedule available here





Sept 7

Anti-Semitic Politics in the U.S. Army, 1919-1948

Joseph Bendersky

Virginia Commonwealth University

Sept 14

Operation Brunswick - Could it have ended the war by early '43?
-----Note schedule change------

Frank Radford


Sept 21

Civil War Nuggets in the National Archives

Mike Music

National Archives

Sept 28

A Roundtable on the Napoleonic Era

Maj. Steve Delvaux
Maj. Phil Cuccia
Maj. Paul Reese


Oct 5

Andrew Jackson and The Indian Wars

John Buchanan


Oct 12

Fortification and Authority in Medieval Ireland

Capt. David Beougher


Oct 19

6-7pm NYMAS Business Meeting - Open to all members

-----Note schedule change------

American Privateers in the War of 1812




Robert Rowen





Oct 26

After Clausewitz: German Military Theories before the Great War

Lt. Col. Antulio J Echevarria

US Army War College

Nov 2




Nov 3

Saturday All-Day Conference
Dennis Showalter, visiting prof., USMA - Commentator

The Autumn of 1941

-Pre-Pearl Harbor War Planning

-Germany at the Turning Point, Autumn 1941: the Failure of 'Barbarossa', the Decision for War against the United States, and the Acceleration of Mass Murder



Theodore F. Cook, Jr.

Geoffrey Megargee



William Paterson University of NJ

US Holocaust Museum

Nov 9

The Jewish Contribution in The Civil War

CWO 2 Michael Werner

311th Military History Detachment, Fort Totten

Nov 16

The Evolution of US Cavalry Organization and Doctrine

Maj. Chris Prigge


Nov 30

Winston Churchill and the Dardanelles

Chris Harmon


Dec 7

Taranto: Europe's Pearl Harbor?

Norman Friedman

Author /

Dec 14

Eighteenth Century British Caribbean Amphibious Ops

Maj. Kristian Marks


Dec 21

Korea, Winter 1950-51: The Chosin Campaign

Colonel George A. Rasula, U.S. Army (Ret.)

Chosin Historian, Founder of the Chosin Few Historical Committee

Updated August 10, 2001

NYMAS talks are free and open to the public. They are held, except as noted, on Friday evenings at the City University of New York Graduate Center, at 365 Fifth Avenue between 34th and 35th Streets from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. These Friday lectures are usually held on the 6th floor in Room 6-495, but confirmation of the room number should be obtained from the guard at the street-level entrance.

These talks are sponsored by the New York Military Affairs Symposium in conjunction with CUNY's Conference on History and Politics, Dr. George D. Schwab, Director. Support has also been provided by the CUNY students' CUMHDAS group and the CUNY Veterans Affairs Office. NYMAS is associated with the Society for Military History (Region 2).

Topics and speakers may be subject to change without notice. A current updated schedule is available at the NYMAS website at

Check for the latest changes and updates:
 on the web at NYMAS.ORG


Click here to go to the "History of the Chosin Story"

Korea, 1950-51
History of the Chosin Story

The Winter 2000-2001 NYMAS Newsletter

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Replies to the January Intifadeh Roundtable

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The 2000 NYMAS Book Award
The winner of the year's Arthur Goodzeit Book Award is: 
Raising Churchill's Army:
The British Army and the War Against Germany, 1939-45
click here for more

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Click here to see the graphics from Steven J. Zaloga's Talk on February 2, 2001 on Operation Cobra.

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