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Some impressions of the effects of military operations on Viet Cong behavior
|Series||Memorandum - Rand Corporation ; RM-4517-1-ISA, Memorandum (Rand Corporation) ;, RM-4517-1-ISA.|
|Contributions||United States. Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (International Security Affairs)|
|LC Classifications||Q180.A1 R36 no. 4517-1, DS558.92 R36 no. 4517-1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||77379773|
The approximat regroupees chosen for infiltration of South Vietnam provide military leadership and fill key political positions within the Viet Cong. They consider themselves primarily as Vietnamese patriots, and the war as a continuation of the struggle to free Vietnam from foreign domination, a struggle in which the Americans have. million gallons of Agent Orange, some of which was contaminated with Dioxin, was sprayed by the U.S. military over more than 10% of Southern Vietnam, as part of the U.S. herbicidal warfare program, Operation Ranch Hand, during the Vietnam War from to Allied military deaths: ,
Vietnam Doc is written from the heart, the story he tells is very compelling and puts you there. I was at the 24th in 66 and 67 and I went though the same trials and tribulations. The effect of war is profound and has different effects on each individual who experiences it.5/5(8). Comparing testimony from Vietnamese women and American soldiers, Gina Marie Weaver, in her book Ideologies of Forgetting: Rape in The Vietnam War, finds that rape of Vietnamese women by American.
The Vietnamese communist military used the guerrilla warfare tactics such as hit-and-run ambush, setting traps and landmines to attack American soldiers on patrol. Vietnam Doc is written from the heart, the story he tells is very compelling and puts you there. I was at the 24th in 66 and 67 and I went though the same trials and tribulations. The effect of war is profound and has different effects on each individual who experiences it.5/5.
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Ticeable impact on Viet Cong operations and behavior. They also seem to have had an adverse effect on morale in many Viet Cong units, and have lowered expectations of victory among some elements. Air power, armor, and artillery -- which the Viet Cong cannot match -- Cited by: 1.
Get this from a library. Some impressions of the effects of military operations on Viet Cong behavior. [Leon Gouré; United States. Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (International Security Affairs)].
The relationships are derived by correlating the interviewee's level of experience with U.S. and South Vietnamese military operations with his expressed degree of allegiance to the Viet Cong.
Mathematical correlation, concept mapping, and a logical test program provide the basic data-processing routines for this computer-based analysis. Title: Some Effects of Military Operations on Viet Cong Attitudes Author: Frank H.
Denton Subject: A statistical analysis of the reaction of Viet Cong prisoners and defectors to military operations of the U.S.
and South Vietnamese forces. RM/3 Viet Cong Motivation and Morale in A Preliminary Report, J. Donnell, G. Pauker, J. Zasloff, March RM Some Impressions of the Effects of Military Operations on Viet Cong Behavior, L. Goure, August RMI Evolution of a Vietnamese Village -- Part I: The Preaent,Cited by: 2.
Viet Cong Motivation and Morale in A Preliminary Report, J. Donnell, G. Pauker, J. Zasloff, March Some Impressions of the Effects of Military Operations on Viet Cong Behavior, L.
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Viet Cong and North Vietnamese forces among the popula tion in Saigon and its environs during the Tet offensive of February,and with some of the popular reactions to Viet Cong behavior at this time and subsequently.
The work derives from specially designed interCited by: 2. Leon Goure has written: 'Some impressions of the effects of military operations on Viet Cong behavior' 'Inducements and deterrents to defection' 'Civil defense in the Soviet Union' Asked in.
The Memorandum emphasizes the testimony of Viet Cong captives and defectors who came into government hands from June to December The inverviews are not offered as a statistical sample, but as a body of evidence that yields impressions and suggests ways to exploit the current vulnerabilities of the Viet by: 2.
Describe the military tactics used by both the Vietcong and USA in Vietnam in the s. During the Vietnam War strategies and tactics became the main foundation of the battles. There were many ways both sides fought, and also many changes the way they fought.
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capital, Washington, D.C., were surprised and delighted by Diem’s success. American military and economic aid continued to pour into South Vietnam while American military and police advisers helped train and equip Diem’s army and security forces.
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