Vietnam and the Limits of Strategic Bombing
A closer look at the scope of the U.S air power during the Vietnam war. See how air power changed the war, from bomb showers by the Republic F-105 Thunderchief, to C-123 Providers crashing, intended to supply provisions and air lift soldiers and civilians.
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