The United States Air Force in Southeast Asia, 1961-1973: An Illustrated History

Washington, DC: United States Air Force, Office of Air Force History, 1984. Revised Edition, Presumed First Printing. Hardcover. Format is approximately 8 inches by 10.5 inches. xiv, 383, [3] pages. Foreword to Revised Edition. Illustrations (some color). Color maps. Appendices. Glossary. Index. The authors included: Jack S. Ballard; Ray L. Bowers; Roland W. Doty, Jr.; FR. Frank Futrell; William Greenhalgh; J. C. Hopkins; William B. Karstetter; Robert R. Kritt; Doris E. Krudener; Kenneth L. Patchin; Ralph A. Rowley; Jacob Van Staaveren; and Bernard T. Termena. Among the topics covered are: Air Operations, Tet Offensive, Rolling Thunder, Interdiction, Arc Light Operations, Tactical Airlift, Strategic Airlift, Air Refueling, Tactical Reconnaissance, Air Rescue, Logistics, Base Defense, Medical Support, Military Civic Action, Military Training, VIetnamization, and Prisoners of War and Operation Homecoming. The role of the U.S. Air Force in the Indochina conflict, from the early years of American involvement, to the beginnings of the American withdrawal before the fall of South Vietnam. The Office of Air Force History reissued this book in revised form because of demand for a single-volume history of air activity in the Vietnam War. This edition corrects errors of omission, typography, or fact found in the original. Condition: Very good / No DJ present.

Keywords: Aerial Operations, U.S. Air Force, Air Rescue, Civic Action, Vietnam War, Tactical Airlift, POW's, Prisoners of War, Reconnaissance, Indochina, Vietnamization, Rolling Thunder, Lam Son 719, Tet Offensive, Strategic Airlift, Air Rescue, Special Operat

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