Strategy In Vietnam: The Marines And Revolutionary Warfare In I Corps, 1965-1972 by Michael A. Hennessy

Strategy In Vietnam: The Marines And Revolutionary Warfare In I Corps, 1965-1972

byMichael A. Hennessy, Hennessy

Hardcover | August 1, 1997

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Grand strategy, strategy, and tactics--the three layers of policy and action inherent to all military efforts--are the focus of this historical analysis of the dynamics of the Vietnam War. The American theory of counterrevolutionary warfare is examined in light of American military practice, especially that of the Marine Corps, during the period of America's greatest involvement, 1965-1972, and at the site of the most intense combat, the five northern provinces known as I Corps. Drawing from two schools of thought that diverge over the appropriate strategy America should have pursued in South Vietnam, this inquiry indicates that both the number of troops and their tactical employment proved inadequate for redressing the threat within the parameters America set for itself. Specifically, this work demonstrates that the counterrevolutionary warfare strategy postulated for Vietnam was largely ignored in some quarters, and sowed the seeds of defeat in others.

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Title:Strategy In Vietnam: The Marines And Revolutionary Warfare In I Corps, 1965-1972Format:HardcoverDimensions:232 pages, 9.36 × 6.26 × 0.91 inPublished:August 1, 1997Publisher:Praeger Publishers

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ISBN - 10:0275956679

ISBN - 13:9780275956677

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