Arun.prabhu wrote:The US won the military campaign but lost the political one at home. Don’t forget, they beat the Tet offensive and the Vietcong was spent as a force when the American public got the politicians to order a withdrawal.ramana wrote:Singha, In 1976, IAF decided on a fighter bomber force and all pilots have that training.
So they chose planes that beat the Canberra load out.
What you want is fantasy from Discovery channel.
Bomb trucks that come in after the air corridor is sanitized.
And drop bombs all over the place.
Vietnam had more bombs in total and per sq km dropped than in WWII.
What was the result?
58,220 U.S. military fatal casualties in Vietnam. The north ran over the south (US ally) as soon as the US made their exit. Can't call that winning.