MACV Command History. 1971. Volume 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Letter of Promulgationi
Title Pageiii
Table of Contentsv
CHAPTER
X.COMMAND CONCERNSX-1
PRISONERS OF WARX-1
BackgroundX-1
Enemy PWX-1
Friendly PWX-4
PW Negotiation Strategy and ObjectivesX-6
SummaryX-7
HUMAN RELATIONSX-9
Racial ComplaintsX-9
MACV Directive 600-12 - Basic GuidanceX-11
Human Relations Improvement ProgramX-13
DRUG AND NARCOTIC ABUSEX-15
BackgroundX-15
High Level Concern and MACV ActionsX-16
GVN Actions to Control Drug TraffickingX-23
Drug StatisticsX-23
INSPECTOR GENERAL ACTIVITIESX-24
Organization and Functioning of MACV IG StaffX-24
InspectionsX-25
Representative MACV InvestigationsX-29
Combined InvestigationsX-34
IG ComplaintsX-35
Advisory ActivitiesX-36
INFORMATION AND THE PRESSX-43
The Office of InformationX-43
Special Information ActivitiesX-46
Press RelationsX-48
DATA MANAGEMENT AGENCYX-53
MissionX-53
DMA Services ExpansionX-53
New Program ConceptsX-54
COMPTROLLER ACTIVITIESX-55
Management ActivitiesX-55
Financial AffairsX-56
Advisory ActivitiesX-56
DISCIPLINE, LAW AND ORDERX-58
Military Absentees and DesertersX-58
Currency ManipulationsX-58
Blackmarket in CommoditiesX-60
(Joint Customs GroupX-61
STAFF JUDGE ADVOCATEX-64
Civil Law and Military AffairsX-64
Advisory ActivitiesX-64
International Law and Military Justice ActivitiesX-65
LEAVE, REST AND RECUPERATIONX-66
AWARDS AND DECORATIONSX-68
CASUALTIESX-69
CHAPLAIN ACTIVITIESX-73

ANNEXES
A.COMMANDERS AND PRINCIPAL STAFF OFFICERSA-1
B.STUDIES AND OBSERVATIONS GROUP (Distributed Separately)
C.THE ENEMY OUTSIDE RVNC-1
NORTH VIETNAMC-1
NVN Leadership and Goals in 1971C-1
Relations with the Peoples Republic of ChinaC-6
Association with USSRC-7
LAOSC-8
BackgroundC-8
Significant EventsC-12
Red Chinese Road Construction in Northern LaosC-15
THE KHMER REPUBLICC-16
BackgroundC-16
Significant EventsC-17
Statistics /ActivitiesC-19
D.RULES OF ENGAGEMENTD-1
REVISION OF RULES OF ENGAGEMENTD-1
SPECIFIC GUIDANCED-2
APPENDIX I: MACV Directive 525-13, 30 Dec 71D-1-1
E.CROSS-BORDER OPERATIONSE-1
RVN OPERATIONS IN CAMBODIAE-1
IntroductionE-1
Cambodian Operations-1971E-5
ConclusionsE-13
RVN OPERATIONS IN LAOS: OPERATION LAM SON 719E-15
IntroductionE-15
Planning for LAM SON 719E-15
Organization for OperationsE-19
Operations ConductedE-25
Assessment of ResultsE-33
ConclusionsE-45
F.REDEPLOYMENT OF US FORCESF-1
REDUCTION OF US FORCES IN RVNF-1
The Nixon Doctrine and VietnamizationF-2
US WithdrawalsF-2
Free World Military Assistance Force RedeploymentsF-15
APPENDIX I: Units Redeployed in Increments VI-XF-1-1
G.FREE WORLD MILITARY ASSISTANCE FORCESG-1
INTRODUCTIONG-1
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE TO RVNG-2
REPUBLIC OF KOREAG-3
AUSTRALIAG-9
NEW ZEALANDG-13
THAILANDG-15
PHILIPPINESG-18
REPUBLIC OF CHINAG-21
SPAING-22
H.TRENDS IN TERRITORIAL SECURITYH-1
SECURITY CONCEPTSH-1
Security ForcesH-3
Territorial Forces and the Force Transition ConceptH-3
MEASUREMENT AND INDICATIONS OF TRENDSH-11
Hamlet Evaluation SystemH-11
RVN-TrendsH-11
Territorial Security by Military RegionH-13
I.MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO OTHER SEA AREASI-1
ASSISTANCE GIVEN THE KHMER REPUBLICI-1
Synopsis of 1970 ActivitiesI-1
MACV Assistance to Khmer ForcesI-3
THIRD COUNTRY SUPPORT TO GKRI-10
ASSISTANCE TO LAOSI-10
CHRONOLOGYJ-1
GLOSSARY OF ACRONYMSK-1
INDEXL-1
TOP SECRET SUPPLEMENT (Published Separately)

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