To the Yalu and Back

Milkowski, Stanlis D.
April 2001
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Spring2001, Issue 28, p38
Focuses on the operational planning of General Douglas MacArthur in the Korean War in 1950. Role of the command and control system employed by MacArthur on the plight of the United Nations Command in North Korea; Factors pointed out as causes of the near catastrophe; Failure of command and control that made defeat inevitable. INSET: The United Nations Goes to War.


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