Published January 1988
by U.S. Government Printing Office .
Written in English
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Ultimately, this study is about a smaller Vietnam War than that which is commonly recalled. It focuses on expectations concerning the impact of air power on the ground war and on some of its actual effects, but it avoids major treatment of some of the most dramatic air actions of the war, such as the bombing of Hanoi. To many who fought the war and believe it ought to have been conducted on a. The sixth chapter follows innovative use of weapons during the air war, and the manner of impact this use had on the ground campaign. Mrozek concludes with thoughts on how air power changed the manner of conducting war in light of lessons learned by Vietnam. Air Power and the Ground War sheds little new light on the aerial campaigns/5(2). It summarizes events during the Vietnam War to support the benefits and limitations of air power in support of a conventional ground conflict. Many of the points Mrozek makes continued to plague the Air Force following the conflict, including several which remain valid in modern military actions/5. Dr. Mrozek focuses on expectations concerning the impact of airpower on the ground war. He describes some of the actual effects but avoids treatment of some of the most dramatic air actions of the war, such as the bombing of Hanoi. He observes that the application of .
"Published with the Aerospace Education Foundation, Air Force Association." Spine title: Air power & the ground war in Vietnam. Description: xx, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Other Titles: Air power & the ground war in Vietnam. Responsibility: by Donald J. Mrozek. Get this from a library! Air power and the ground war in Vietnam. [Donald J Mrozek; Aerospace Education Foundation (U.S.)]. In contrast to the air attacks on North Vietnam, the U.S.-South Vietnamese war effort in the south was fought primarily on the ground, largely under the command of General William Westmoreland, in. Air University Press (AU Press) is the publishing agent for Air University (AU). Since , it has edited, published, and distributed over million student papers, curriculum texts, faculty research pieces, journals, and scholarly books to further airpower thought critical to the intellectual growth of the Air Force.
Air Power Helps Stop the Invasion and End the War This monograph produced in covers the Air Force's participation in the last full year of US involvement in the Vietnam War when, after the great majority of US forces had been withdrawn, Hanoi launched its Easter offensive. Read "Air Power and the Ground War in Vietnam: Ideas and Actions - Counterinsurgency, Air Power Theories, Secret Bombing, Supporting Ground Combat Forces, Gunships, Interservice Differences" by Progressive Management available from Rakuten Kobo. Dr. Mrozek focuses on expectations concerning the impaBrand: Progressive Management. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Air power and the ground war in Vietnam: ideas and actions / by Mrozek, Donald J. View full catalog record. Ultimately, this study is about a smaller Vietnam War than that which is commonly recalled. It focuses on expectations concerning the impact of air power on the ground war and on some of its actual effects, but it avoids major treatment of some of the most dramatic air actions of .