The U.S. Naval Institute Chronicles series focuses on the relevance of history by exploring topics like significant battles, personalities, and service components.
Tapping into the U.S. Naval Institute's robust archives, these carefully selected volumes help readers understand nuanced subjects by providing unique perspectives and some of the best contributions that have helped shape naval thinking over the many decades since the Institute's founding in 1873. Among the various aspects of the U.S. Navy's "in-country" experiences in Vietnam, small-craft operations are among the most significant.
Revealed in this collection from the Naval Institute's archives are Operations Market Time, Game Warden, and SEALORDS, as well some lesser-known aspects of the Navy's iconoclastic venture into the green and brown waters of Southeast Asia.