Southeast Asia Trip Report, Part I: The Impact of Air Power in South Vietnam
Jan 1, 1964
A Concept for Offensive Military Operations in South Vietnam
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Description of a tactic for close air support in counterinsurgency operations, particularly for the war in Vietnam, involving small aggressive ground units, closely supported by airborne visual reconnaissance and strike air, and termed the Single Integrated Attack Team (SIAT). The object of the SIAT operation in Vietnam is to deprive the Viet Cong of the initiative in local areas and take effective offensive action.
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