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Soviet Analysis of US Bombing Operations
How Russians Predicted US Operational Patterns
105 pages; 7 chapters
As American assault aircraft winged their wave towards communist Vietnam,
they did not realize that their bombing operations were always compromised
as the result of treason or incompetence by politicized Air Force Generals and
Navy Admirals. The e-book, Soviet Analysis of US Bombing Operations
also reveals that there was another layer to the betrayal of the US bombers
over Hanoi. Someone in the chain of command set up US bombing
operations for failure. Soviet Analysis of US Bombing Operations is an
edited copy of an actual Soviet intelligence report that reveals how Soviet
experts easily discerned US bombing operational patterns and habits. The
reds conducted a Soviet analysis of US bombing operations, which told
them everything, including: (1) When the bombers were coming (2) Where the
bombers were going to strike!
Soviet Analysis of US Bombing Operations reveals everything that the
reds figured out about US bombing patterns, how they were able to predict
US behavior, and how the gaps were filled in by traitors. If you still remember
and love the once free America, you may shed tears of rage and impotence as
you read this saga of betrayal by American traitors.
"In August, according to a researcher named Michel, SAC (the US Strategic Air Command) directed the US 8th Air
Force in Guam’s Anderson Air Force Base to review a list of targets in the Hanoi area, with instructions to prepare
aiming offsets, a clear indication that SAC was ready to strike Hanoi.
Michel goes on to say that in September, the North Vietnamese General Staff ordered formation of a special
headquarters group to go to the Southern regions of North Vietnam to study the B-52 operations there, and return
to make recommendations on destroying B-52s; taking advantage of their predictable tactics and procedures.
This alone would not raise eyebrows, as one would expect a military force under attack to take such measures to
counter an enemy’s tactics and equipment. However, Michel goes on to report that “the North Vietnamese General
Staff ordered its Air Defense Command to develop a plan for defending Hanoi and Haiphong against B-52 attack.”
More ominously, the General Staff projected “five to seven days of night attacks . . .” The plan was presented in
early October, calling for an increase in the number of SAM battalions around Hanoi, which, according to Michel,
It is important to note that this meant that the North Vietnamese were reducing the number of SAMs in the southern
zones, which were still under attack by U.S. forces, in order to meet what would have been a “hypothetical” series of
B-52 attacks against other areas–hypothetical, that is, unless Hanoi was in possession of intelligence about future
plans by the U.S."
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