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The Easter Offensive 1972: A Failure to Use Intelligence with Bob Baker

Tet 1972 had come and passed and the North Vietnam presented what they wanted us to see. This made easier the rush to leave South Vietnam. U.S. Intelligence units were also closing down or had already departed country, so we did not have all the previous assets available. Those units that remained mostly ignored potential indicators of an offensive until the Easter Offensive of 1972 began in I Corps.

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