On the Offensive

March 1968
Time;3/22/1968, Vol. 91 Issue 12, p43
The article reports on the U.S.'s largest offensive operation of Vietnam War which is code-named 'Resolve to Victory'. It notes that the operation aims to break the ring of three enemy divisions in Saigon. It adds that the U.S. Navy and The U.S. Air Force bombers have managed an average of 85 strikes which hit the vital railroad-highway bridge and power plant in North Vietnam.


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