EN RETROSPECCIÓN: LOS CINCUENTA AÑOS DE LA OPERACIÓN DE ROLLING THUNDER: LOS ATAQUES AÉREOS DE ESTADOS UNIDOS Y LA DEFENSA DEL NORTE DE VIETNAM 1965-1968

  • Johny Santana de Araújo Universidade Federal do Piauí - UFPI
Palabras clave: Conflicto en el Sudeste Asiático, guerra aérea, guerra fría, Vietnam del Norte

Resumen

En 1965, el presidente Lyndon Johnson envió los primeros contingentes militares de Estados Unidos a Vietnam del Sur y lanzó una importante campaña de bombardeos en Vietnam del Norte llamada Rolling Thunder. Este artículo analiza la reacción de Vietnam del Norte con su sistema defensivo a los ataques, utilizando aviones MiG-17 y MiG-21, cómo aprovechó al máximo sus habilidades y equipos y cómo superó la adversidad, propia. limitaciones e inmenso poder aéreo norteamericano.

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