By Lou Drendel
... and kill MIGs КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Squadron/Signal publicationsСерия: Squadron 6002Автор(ы): Lou DrendelЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1974Количество страниц: 65Формат: pdfРазмер: 34.4 mb Rapid0
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The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, General Wheeler, at least participated in the White House SAM discussions on July 26. He presented the recommendation of the chiefs that all SAM sites be attacked at once—failing that, at least sites six and seven. None of the civilians present favored going after the sites 35 To Hanoi and Back closer to Hanoi, but even Under Secretary of State George Ball (a World War II Strategic Bombing Survey veteran who opposed his country’s deepening involvement in Vietnam) agreed that if sites six and seven were the beginning of an outer SAM perimeter they would have to be eliminated.
Most flight training had to be done in China and the Soviet Union. By the spring of 1965, MiG–17s were engaging American aircraft, and less than a year later MiG–21s joined the fray. Although inferior to the F–4 in speed and range, the smaller single-seat MiGs did not leave a smoke trail and were harder to see at a distance—an advantage multiplied by the American reluctance to risk hitting their own aircraft by using radar-guided missiles beyond visual range. A MiG–17’s tighter turns could also make it a formidable opponent in a dogfight.
In the summer of 1966, a control center for operations over North Vietnam began functioning (with radio call sign “Motel”) on Monkey Mountain, which dominated a peninsula jutting into the South China Sea at Da Nang, about half way between Saigon and Hanoi. The progress of strike forces over North Vietnam was also monitored by the control center at Udorn Air Base, Thailand. If Monkey Mountain went off the air, Udorn was in control. Both sites had long-range radar, but they could not see the Red River Delta.
...And Kill MiGs - Aircraft Specials series by Lou Drendel