Army & Navy - OPERATIONS: Japs' Eye View

After a little more than two years of steady losing, what do the Japs think of the way U.S. soldiers fight? Here are some Japanese opinions collected in various ways by the U.S. Army: The basis of the tactics of the U.S. Army may be said to be a belief in the almighty power of materialistic fighting strength. Although the Americans are not adept at military deception and subterfuge, their leadership is extremely reliable and their spirit on the offensive should not be treated lightly.

The enemy is capable of altering his tactics quickly. The enemy understands machinery and...

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