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Appraisal of the bombing of North Vietnam (through 18 December 1967)
Date of Creation:
December 1967
Date of Declassification:
October 1987
Type of Document:
Joint CIA-DIA report
Level of Classification:
Status of Copy:
Pagination, Illustration:
14 p., 1 map
The bad weather resulting from the northeast monsoon sharply limited air activity over North Vietnam during the reporting period. Air operations against targets in the northeast were possible for only five days in November so that the air attack was concentrated in the southern Panhandle. The North Vietnamese took advantage of this respite from the high level of attacks of the past few months to repair bomb danage to the major rail and road systems, particularly those in the northeast. As a result, the over-all capability of the transportation system improved slightly.
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