Not Another Vietnam

Kroesen, Frederick J.
February 2004
Army Magazine;Feb2004, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p7
Focuses on the similarity of America's war against Iraq to Vietnam war. Progress and victories made by the engaged commanders; Importance of strategic effort, encompassing political, economic and socio-psychological programs to win a war; Media enthusiasm and support especially among the embedded reporters. INSET: This Month's Cover..


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