TITLE

Hitting North Again

PUB. DATE
November 1970
SOURCE
Time;
SOURCE TYPE
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports about the U.S. army attacks on North Vietnam from airfields in South Vietnam and Thailand and from carriers in the Tonkin Gulf. It mentions that the U.S. army attacked the northern part of Vietnam after North Vietnamese antiaircraft fire shot down an unarmed U.S. RF4 Phantom reconnaissance plane, which killed 2 crew members. It further mentions that the 24-hours U.S. raids under the administration of Defense Secretary Melvin Laird involved 150 fighter-bombers.
ACCESSION #
53842987

 

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