The Limits of Air Power: The American Bombing of North Vietnam

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Bibliography

Note: Materials maintained at the Air Force Historical Research Center (AFHRC), Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, are referenced with their respective file numbers.


A. PRIMARY SOURCES

1. Manuscript Sources

a. Air Force Studies

BRODIE, BERNARD. The USAF in Limited War. February 1958. AFHRC file number K239.042957–1.

HAMPTON, COLONEL EPHRAIM Μ. The USAF Limited War. Project No. AU–1–57–ESAWAC. 14 March 1957. AFHRC file number K239.042957– 1.

Headquarters PACAF. Corona Harvest: The USAF in Southeast Asia, 1970–1973; Lessons Learned and Recommendations: A Compendium. 16 June 1975. AFHRC file number K717.0423–11.

——. Linebacker: Overview of the First 120 Days. 27 September 1973. AFHRC file number K717.0414–42.

——. Linebacker II USAF Bombing Survey. April 1973. AFHRC file number K717.64–8.

Headquarters USAF. Air Operations—North Vietnam. 27 April 1967. AFHRC file number K143.0572–90.

——. Analysis of Effectiveness of Interdiction in Southeast Asia, Second Progress Report. May 1966. AFHRC file number K168.187–21.

——. Capability of Truck Logistic System—Air Interdiction Study. 20 January 1967. AFHRC file number K168.187–16.

——. Command and Control of Southeast Asia Air Operations, 1 January 1965–31 March 1968. July 1973. AFHRC file number K239.034–4.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Preface and Acknowledgments xiii
  • I - From Unconditional Surrender to Flexible Response 1
  • II - The Genesis of Graduated Thunder 39
  • III - An Extended Application of Force 73
  • IV - Restraints and Results, 1965–68 117
  • V - Nixon Turns to Air Power 147
  • VI - Persuading Enemy and Ally: the Christmas Bombings 177
  • VII - Assessment 203
  • VIII - Epilogue 211
  • Notes 225
  • Bibliography 277
  • Index 299
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