Academic journal article Air Power History

From the Editor

Academic journal article Air Power History

From the Editor

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Once again, this issue ends up being focused on the Vietnam war, either directly or tangentially.

Our lead article this issue is by repeat contributor Theo van Geffen, who has been completing a series on the F-105 and the Thanh Hoa Bridge during the Vietnam conflict. This time his concentration is on some of the munitions developments that accompanied that conflict and helped the efforts to drop the bridge.

Our second article is also from a repeat contributor, William Cahill, who is writing about Strategic Air Command's SIGINT support for the southeast asia conflict. Really interesting stuff in this one.

Our third article is a bit different. It is a first-time contributor, Jon Reynolds, who was a pilot in the Vietnam conflict who found himself a POW from 1965 to 1973. He successfully managed to re-enter the mainstream after his return, receiving a masters degree and a doctorate from Duke in history. …

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