Oxford Companion to American Military History (Oxford
University Press, 1999) Wrote essays on Hollywood’s relationship
with the United States military establishment and on Armed Forces
Radio and Television Service.
The Marines (Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, 1998)
Wrote chapter “Marines in the Movies”
Sailing on the Silver Screen (Naval Institute
Press, 1996) A history of the relationship
between the film industry and the Navy, based on archival research
A History of The Armed Forces Radio and Television Service
(Government Printing Office, 1993) A Study of the U.S. military's
radio and television service from its inception in 1942 to 1993.
The book is based on extensive archival research and interviews
with more than 250 people in the entertainment world and armed forces.
To Die Gallantly: The Battle of the Atlantic (Westview
Press, 1993) Wrote chapter on the Battle of the Atlantic feature
The Twentieth Century, Mirrors of the Mind: A study in Commitment
(Hunter Textbooks,1991) Wrote chapter on Hollywood and images of
Film & Propaganda in America: A Documentary History
(Greenwood Press,1991) Edited volume of 1500 documents tracing story
of Cold War propaganda in American motion pictures from 1945 to
The Army's Nuclear Power Program: The Evolution of a Support Agency
(Greenwood Press, 1990) History of the Army's nuclear power program
from 1953 to 1976, based on archival research and extensive oral
Air Force (University of Wisconsin Press, 1983)
Edited and annotated script of one of the most famous World War
II Hollywood movies and wrote introduction.
American History/American Film (Ungar, 1979) Wrote
chapter on Dr. Strangelove.
Guts & Glory: Great American War Movies (Addison-Wesley,
1978) History of the relationship between Hollywood and the U.S.
Armed Services and the making of the military image in motion pictures..
Based on archival research, Department of Defense files, and more
than 400 interviews with filmmakers, government officials, military
personnel, the media, and journalists.