Strategy for Defeat: Vietnam in Retrospect
A former Commander in Chief during the Vietnam War examines official documents, dispatches, and high-level decision-making processes to critically analyze American military and civilian strategy
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The Vision and the Tragedy
How Did the United States Get Involved?
The Situation in South Vietnam Deteriorates
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achieve aggression air attacks air campaign Air Force air operations air power air strikes aircraft airfields armed forces armed reconnaissance authorized bombing program Cambodia campaign against North cessation Chiefs of Staff CINCPAC civilian commitment Communist COMUSMACV continued course damage decision destroy Diem effect effort enemy enemy's further Gulf of Tonkin Haiphong Hanoi Hanoi and Haiphong increase indicated infiltration insurgency interdiction Joint Chiefs Laos lines of communication logistics major memorandum ment negotiations North Vietnam northeast objectives offensive overall peace Pentagon Papers percent political ports President pressure Prohibited Areas proposed recommended Rolling Thunder Route Package Saigon Secretary McNamara Secretary of Defense situation sorties Southeast Asia Soviet standdown strategy supplies surface-to-air missile tactical target systems Tet offensive tion Tonkin troops U. S. Air U. S. Army U. S. forces U. S. Navy United Viet Cong Viet Minh Washington Westmoreland Wheeler William Bundy