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Appraisal of the bombing of North Vietnam (through 14 April 1967)
Date of Creation:
April 1967
Date of Declassification:
June 22, 1993
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Pagination, Illustration:
30 p., 1 map
The improved flying conditions during late March and early April permitted a significantly higher level of air activity. The preponderance of air strikes was directed against lines of communication (LOCs). Attacks against the highway system increased and a greater amount of damage was inflicted. Interdiction activity against rail and waterway targets increased only slightly over the previous period. Damage inflicted on the economy increased significantly. The most telling damage resulted from the strikes against electric power plants.
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