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Recently, however, probably as part of a security upgrade in the aftermath of 9/11, some items (particularly publications of the Air University at Maxwell AFB) have been placed on a server that is only accessible to web browsers configured for 128-bit encryption. Although the title page says it was published in 2000, I don't think it was actually released until around the end of 2001. Under both names it was located at at Brooks Air Force Base, Texas. O'Malley entered the Air Force after graduation from West Point in 1953. The air interdiction campaign directed against PAVN dry-season supply efforts from 10 October 1970 to 30 April 1971. Drake, The Rules of Defeat: The Impact of Aerial Rules of Engagement on USAF Operations in North Vietnam, 1965-1968. Drew, Military Art and the American Tradition: The Vietnam Paradox Revisited. D 301.26/6: AR 7 (Clemson has this on microfiche only) Dennis M. This was originally published with a classification of "Secret." There is now a copy, moderately redacted, online at the National Security Archive. Washington: Air Force History and Museums Program, 1998. I get the impression the Air Force may originally have intended to publish this on paper like the rest of the series, but it seems to be available only as an electronic publication; full text on an Air Force web site. The only part I have found time to read so far is the discussion of the Tonkin Gulf incidents on pp. This section is distressingly inaccurate, but I don't assume this means the book as a whole will be bad. The FULL TEXT is available online at an Air Force web site. In 1978, Congress directed the Air Force to do a study, at first called the Ranch Hand Study, of the effects of Agent Orange on the personnel of Operation RANCH HAND, who suffered a considerable exposure to Agent Orange while spraying the stuff in Indochina. Snow, The Eagles Talons: The American Experience at War. This was originally written in the 1970s as a classified history; some modest revisions were apparently made in this unclassified version. In any case, from what I have seen of it (I have not yet found time to read it all) this book is quite good. Meilinger, ed.), The Paths of Heaven: The Evolution of Airpower Theory (Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama: Air University Press, 1997), pp. A broad look at the development of USAF doctrine on low intensity conflict; only a few pages deal specifically with Vietnam. Du Perier, USAF, Vietnam: Incorporating Lessons Learned into the Curriculum of USAF PME. Maxwell AFB, Alabama: Air Command and Staff College, Air University. A student thesis from the Air Command and Staff College. Maxwell Air Force Base, AL: School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, Air University Press, 2006. Scott Air Force Base, Illinois: Military Airlift Command, 1979. The text has been placed on-line in the Virtual Vietnam Archive of the Vietnam Project, at Texas Tech University, in four parts: front matter and pp. This does not mean you have to be in some way associated with the U. government to have access; it simply means that you have to have what is, by the standards of ordinary civilian Internet users, a pretty good web browser. Washington: Air Force History and Museums Program, 2000. D 301.82/7: V 67 John Schlight, The War in South Vietnam: The Years of the Offensive, 1965-1968. Many of the reports of this project used to be available on the Internet on an Air Force web site, but I am not sure they still are. The Vietnam War and Desert Storm are two of the cases considered. Buckingham, Jr., Operation Ranch Hand: The Air Force and Herbicides in Southeast Asia, 1961-1971. He piloted the first SR-71 mission over North Vietnam on 21 March 1968. Student research paper, Air Command and Staff College, 1997. The text has been placed on-line in the Virtual Vietnam Archive of the Vietnam Project, at Texas Tech University, in seven parts. 1-45, and then access the other sections by changing the A just before the at the end of the URL to B, C, D, E, F, and G. The FULL TEXT is available online at an Air University web site. I use Netscape 4.7, but there is probably some version of Internet Explorer that will work. D 301.2: Ai7/29/961-73 The United States Air Force in Southeast Asia. Washington: Office of Air Force History & GPO, 1988. FULL TEXT is available online at an Air Force web site. The FULL TEXT is available online at an Air Force web site. Many are now available in the Virtual Vietnam Archive of the Vietnam Project, at Texas Tech University. The 1992 thesis (School of Advanced Airpower Studies) from which this was derived, 61 pp., has been placed online. Brungess, Setting the Context: Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses and Joint War Fighting in an Uncertain World. Washington: Office of Air Force History & GPO, 1982. Remarkably informative and candid for an official history of so controversial a program. Casey, Velocity: Speed with Direction: The Professional Career of Gen Jerome F. In April 1971 he became vice commmander, then soon afterward commander, of the 460th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, at Tan son Nhut, flying the RF-4C. Colburn, Running on Empty: The Development of Helicopter Aerial Refueling and Implications for Future USAF Combat Rescue Capabilities. The FULL TEXT is available online at an Air University web site. Marc Di Paolo, Combat Rescue Operational Review: A Summary of Combat Rescue Operations from Vietnam to Kosovo. The text has been placed on-line in the Virtual Vietnam Archive of the Vietnam Project, at Texas Tech University, in six parts. Doucette, US Air Force Lessons in Counterinsurgency: Exposing Voids in Doctrinal Guidance.