A General Review of Communications Work Operations during the Counterattack in Self-Defense against Vietnam in the Yunnan Province [Theater of Operations]

November 2009
Chinese Law & Government;Nov/Dec2009, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p43
Academic Journal
The article explores the communication work during the counterattack in self-defense operation of various armed services against Vietnam in the Yunnan Province. It outlines the strategic and tactical functions of the communication personnel, communication equipment, and network on the field battle. It highlights the implementation of the communication and liaison services through wireless communication, wireless relays, and mobile communications in the operation to ensure uninterrupted combat commands. It also cites the experiences gained by the army units from the preparation of the combat operations to the successful completion of communication assignments as well as some problems in the communications and liaison support.


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