About this book-a Casemate-UK review

• Shows how US commanders were warned of a major NVA offensive, but ignored the intelligence until the offensive was underway
• Author was intelligence analyst at the 571st Military Intelligence Detachment during the launch of the Easter Offensive
• Riveting combination of war memoir and unique examination of the role of intelligence during the Easter Offensive 1972

W.R. (Bob) Baker, author

Order or Pre-order this book from these locations:

Book Review – VVA https://vvabooks.wordpress.com/tag/1972-easter-offensive/

Book Review – James J. Wirtz (2022): Military Intelligence and the 1972Easter Offensive, International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence, DOI:
10.1080/08850607.2021.2015965

Recommended Reading: https://www.jedonline.com/2022/02/04/recommended-read-break-in-the-chain-intelligence-ignored/

Army Intel, Navy Gunfire, and Marine Mission Execution Saved Many

Army Intel, Navy Gunfire, and Marine Mission Execution Saved Many | Small Wars Journal

USS Buchanan (DDG-14)

The Easter Offensive of 1972 in I Corps (MR1) from the Intelligence Perspective webinar of February 18, 2021, by the Army Heritage Center Foundation.

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