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[Report 1961]

The Proven-Effective Battle Plan That Has Helped Millions Deal with the Troublemakers in Their Lives at Home and at Work

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        Paginationxvi, 68 p. :
        Number of Pages93
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But I must emphasize again that the choice is not merely between resistance and retreat, between atomic holocaust and surrender.

We intend to have a wider choice than humiliation or all-out nuclear action. The complete divorce of command control from logistics support in the field has resulted in a lethargic and [Report 1961] requisitioning and supply system. 2 Existing Conditions: a General: Developments in South Viet-Nam over the past year indicate a trend that is adverse to the stability and effectiveness of President Diem's government.

Woodard, Keith 30 November 1997. It is they who are trying to force a change. Adequate forces in position to deter and to combat overt aggression and to prevent further expansion of the Viet Cong insurgency and concurrently communist infiltration of regular troops into SVN in support of the Viet Cong insurgency effort.

And so, in fact, was Stalingrad.

NAVAL SECURITY: ROMER COMMITTEE'S REPORT (Hansard, 13 June 1961)

Beginning in December 1959 and continuing to the present, there has been a mounting increase throughout South Viet-Nam of Viet Cong terrorist activities and guerrilla warfare. 2 To fill out our present Army Divisions, and to make more men available for prompt deployment, I am requesting an increase in the Army's total authorized strength from 875,000 to approximately 1 million men.

If our present man-in-space program [17] appears unsound, we must be prepared to modify it drastically or even to cancel it.