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by John J. Tolson,Verne L. Bowers
Author: John J. Tolson,Verne L. Bowers
Publisher: Government Reprints Press (October 1, 2001)
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The author of this monograph, Lieutenant General John J. Tolson, has been involved with the airmobile concept since June 1939, when he participated in the first tactical air movement of ground forces by the .
The author of this monograph, Lieutenant General John J. Participating in all the combat jumps of the 503d Parachute Infantry Regiment during World War II, he became an Army aviator in 1957, and later served as Director of Army Aviation and Commandant of the . Army Aviation School. From April 1967 to July 1968 he served as Commanding General, 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile), Vietnam.
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During the Vietnam War they would prove their value in allowing the American troops tactical flexibility, surprise and most of all mobility that the dense terrain and difficult communications of Vietnam complicated.
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Airmobility 1961-1971. by Lieutenant General John J. Tolson. VERNE L. BOWERS Major General, USA The Adjutant General. Department of the army. Washington, D. 1989. The purpose of this study is to trace the evolution of airmobility in the . The integration of aircraft into the organic structure of the ground forces is as radical a change as the move from the horse to the truck, and the process is only beginning.
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Vietnam War. Airmobility. By John J. Tolson, Verne L. Bowers. Author: John J. Author: Verne L.
Are you sure you want to remove Airmobility (Vietnam Studies) from your list? Airmobility (Vietnam Studies). Published October 2001 by Government Reprints Press.
Vietnam Studies - Airmobility 1961-1971. Part of the Vietnam Studies Series). Bowers, Bernard W. Rogers. Vietnam Studies: onics 1962-1970. Thomas Matthew Rienzi. Division-Level Communications, 1962-1973.
Items related to Vietnam Studies: Air Mobility 1961-1971. This event had a two-fold significance: it was the first major symbol of United States combat power in Vietnam; and, it was the beginning of a new era of airmobility in the United States Army. LTG John J. Tolson Vietnam Studies: Air Mobility 1961-1971. ISBN 13: 9781944961442. Vietnam Studies: Air Mobility 1961-1971. Just twelve days later these helicopters were committed into the first airmobile combat action in Vietnam, Operation CHOPPER.
Lieutenant General John J. Tolson's monograph "VIETNAM STUDIES - AIRMOBILITY 1961-1971". Taken on February 12, 2009.