World: Striking in the Air

South Viet Nam's political crisis slowed up the war effort—at least on the ground. Military land action decreased 20% last week, largely because many Vietnamese units were either transferred from field positions to watch-and-patrol duty in the restless cities or preferred not to launch any new attacks while the situation in Saigon was uncertain.

Huge Avalanche. In the air, the U.S. offensive continued without abatement. Chief target was one land action that has not slowed down: the steady flow of supplies and men from the north. American airmen have long been frustrated by the fact that the F-105 and...

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