The American War in Vietnam: Lessons, Legacies, and Implications for Future Conflicts

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Index

a
Abrams, Creighton, 60
Accelerated Pacification Campaigns, 41
Advisor, The,7
Afghanistan, 132
After Saigon Fell:
Daily Life Under the Vietnamese Communists,7
Air Force Manual 1 - 1 , 69
Air power, use of, in the Vietnam War, 9 - 10 , 35 , 48 - 67 , 69 - 83 ;
development of, 54 - 58 ;
effect of U.S. political/military bureaucracy on, 74 - 78 ;
failure to strike directly at North Vietnam, 49 - 54 ;
myths about Linebacker strikes, 78 - 80 ;
overdependence on technology and, 70 - 74 ;
and Spring of 1972 invasion, 58 - 61 ;
strategic bombing, 61 - 64
America in Vietnam,4 , 38 , 45
Americanization of the Vietnam War, 21 , 24 n.29
“American Strategy in Vietnam:
The Postwar Debate, ” 6
America's Army in Crises,4
An, Pham Xuan, 109 n.14
Andrews, Charles, on the difficulty of fighting determined revolutionaries, 120
Andrews, William R., 7
Angola, 125 , 132
An Loc, 33 , 60 - 61
Anticolonialist thesis of the Vietnam War, 16 - 17
Arnold, Hugh M., 90
Aron, Raymond, 98
Art of War, The,11 .
See Sun Tzu, military philosophy of

b
Ball, George, 118
Bam, Vo, 16 , 89
Berman, Larry, 118
Berman, Paul, 7
Best and the Brightest, The,114
Betrayal, The,4
Betts, Richard K., 4 , 51 , 53
Blaufarb, Douglas, 4
Bolivia, 131
Boyle, Richard, 4
Bradford, Zeb B., 4
Bradley, Omar, 115
Braestrup, Peter, 3
Brown, Frederic J., 4
Bureaucracy:
fragmentation of U.S. military efforts in Vietnam, 141 ;
impact on U.S. air war, 74 - 78
Bureaucracy at War:
U.S. Performance in the Vietnam-Conflict,4 , 6
Bureaucracy Does Its Thing,4
Butterfield, Fox, 92
Buttinger, Joseph, 16 - 17

c
Cambodia, 73 , 74 , 118
Caribbean Basin initiative, 133

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