5 edition of Kinkaid of the Seventh Fleet found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 495-513) and index.
|Statement||Gerald E. Wheeler.|
|LC Classifications||V63.K57 W44 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 531 p. :|
|Number of Pages||531|
|LC Control Number||94031263|
Two U.S. fleets were covering the invasion beaches—the Third Fleet, under Admiral William F. Halsey, composed mainly of fast new battleships and big carriers; and the Seventh Fleet, commanded by Vice Admiral Thomas C. Kinkaid. made up mostly of pre-Pearl Harbor battlewagons and cruisers. In some cases, 7th Fleet commanders used common sense to carry out their missions while avoiding entanglement in the Chinese civil strife. Kinkaid’s subordinate, Vice Admiral Daniel Barbey, for example, decided that it made no sense to land Marines at the port of Chefoo on the northern coast of the Shandong Peninsula in the face of opposition from local communist forces.
The following is from the book entitled: "Kinkaid of the Seventh Fleet, A Biography of Admiral Thomas C. Kinkaid, U. S. Navy" by Gerald E. Wheeler. ISBN , page 38 By the end of August, Kinkaid had made all command arrangements. Thomas Cassin Kinkaid (3 April – 17 November ) served as an admiral in the United States Navy during World War II. He built a reputation as a "fighting admiral" in the aircraft carrier battles of and commanded the Allied forces in the Aleutian Islands Campaign.
“Leave the Bull alone,” he once admonished his staff. “He’s still a fighting admiral in my book.” As usual, once the Leyte beaches were secure and the enemy dealt with, the naval units on loan to the Seventh Fleet sailed away, leaving the forces commanded by Admiral Kincaid and General MacArthur greatly diminished. Senior officers in 7th Fleet (including Kinkaid and his staff) generally assumed Halsey was taking his three available carrier groups northwards (McCain's group, the strongest in 3rd Fleet, was still returning from the direction of Ulithi), but leaving the battleships of TF 34 covering the San Bernardino Strait against the Japanese Center Force.
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Kinkaid, U.S. Navy Gerald E. Wheeler Naval Historical Center, Department of the Navy, - Admirals - pages. Kinkaid of the Seventh Fleet: A Biography of Admiral Thomas C. Kinkaid, U.S. Navy. Authors. Frank Uhlig Jr.
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Kinkaid, U.S. Navy Gerald E. Wheeler. out of 5 stars 7. s: 4. The four stars in the blue field and the three points in gold refer to the numerical designation of the Seventh Fleet, which Admiral Kinkaid commanded in support of General MacArthur's major operations in four areas: Hollandia, the Philippines; the Admiralties and Borneo.
The stars also refer to Admiral Kinkaid's promotion to full Admiral. The Public's Library and Digital Archive. Get this from a library. Kinkaid of the Seventh Fleet: a biography of Admiral Thomas C. Kinkaid, U.S. Navy. [Gerald E Wheeler].
Naval War College Review Volume 51 Number 4Autumn Article 24 Kinkaid of the Seventh Fleet: A Biography of Admiral Thomas C.
Kinkaid, U.S. Navy Frank Uhlig Jr. The Seventh Fleet is a numbered fleet of the United States is headquartered at U.S. Fleet Activities Yokosuka, in Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, is part of the United States Pacific present, it is the largest of the forward-deployed U.S. fleets, with 60 to 70 ships, aircraft Navy, Marine Corps personnel, and Coast Guard support.
This is a great book that highlights one of the best commanders in wartime. Thomas Kinkaid was the "Omar Bradley" of the Pacific. I think Thomas Kinkaid and Omar Bradley are two of the greatest military leaders of all time.
They were the guys that had to deal with the big ego's, paper pushers, and map readers/5. Commanding the Seventh Fleet in the Southwest Pacific Area duringKinkaid, as MacArthur's naval commander, carried the general's troops into battle along the north coast of New Guinea and its offshore islands.
Kinkaid of the Seventh Fleet: A Biography of Admiral Thomas C. Kinkaid, U.S. Navy: Wheeler, Gerald E.: Books - In NovemberKinkaid became Commander Allied Naval Forces South West Pacific Area, and Commander of the Seventh Fleet, directing U.S.
and Royal Australian Navy forces supporting the New Guinea campaign. During the Battle of the Surigao Strait, he commanded the Allied ships in the last naval battle between battleships in history. The Seventh Fleet was established on 19 February WWII Commanding Officers of the Seventh Fleet were: Vice Admiral Arthur S.
Carpender 19 Feb - 26 Nov Admiral Thomas C. Kinkaid 26 Nov - 19 Nov In MayVice Admiral Kinkaid was listed as the Commander of Allied Naval Forces. Search for books, ebooks, and physical Kinkaid of the Seventh Fleet: Similar Items; Cite this; Text this; Email this; Export Record.
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Kinkaid, U.S. Navy /. That summer, Kinkaid's fleet supported Allied efforts on Borneo. With the end of the war in August, Seventh Fleet landed troops in China and Korea.
Returning to the United States, Kinkaid assumed command of the Eastern Sea Frontier and sat on a retirement board with Halsey, Mitscher, Spruance, and Admiral John Towers.The Seventh Fleet was under command of Vice Admiral Thomas Kinkaid. His superior was General MacArthur. His superior was General MacArthur.
Kinkaid had under his command at Leyte, exclusive of the amphibious forces, six old battleships, sixteen escort carriers, four heavy cruisers, four light cruisers, thirty destroyers, and twelve destroyer.Thomas Cassin Kinkaid was born in Hanover, New Hampshire, on 3 Aprilthe son of a Navy family.
Graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in Junehis early commissioned service was spent in the battleships Nebraska and Minnesota. Inhe began instruction in ordnance engineering and served in that field for the next few years. Lieutenant Kinkaid was .