This groundbreaking study offers a major reinterpretation of American strategy during the first half of the Vietnam War. Gregory A. Daddis argues senior military leaders developed a comprehensive campaign strategy, one not confined to 'attrition' of enemy forces. This innovative work is a must for a genuine understanding of the Vietnam War.The United States Army Special Warfare School, Counterinsurgency Planning Guide, Special Text Number 31-176 (Fort Bragg, NC: US Army Special Warfare School, May 1964), viii. See also Kretchik, U.S. Army Doctrine, 183. FM 31-15anbsp;...
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