Episode 2543 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will feature a look at the explosive report about the American war in Cambodia. The source for this look is the recently released paper by the Merry Band of Retires titled, United States Secret Wars in Cambodia: Long-Term Impacts and Consequences.
The Merry Band of Retirees is an academic group of individuals who have gotten together to utilize their academic expertise to carry on studies of life activities related to their fields of study. The group is led by Professor Kenneth R. Olson.
In the past their papers have been featured on this podcast because they provide more learning about the American Vietnam War. This is critical because we do not want any more memorials in Washington D.C. with 58,281 names etched upon the surface of its black marble walls of Americans who gave their lives for their country in a foreign war.
Previous papers by The Merry Band of Retires featured on this podcast include ones about the war in Vietnam, Laos and Thailand.
This paper was submitted on behalf of the Merry Band of Retirees by Professor Kenneth R. Olson1 and David R. Speidel. Olson is associated with the College of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois, Urbana, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Speidel is a USDA Resource Conservationist and Agricultural Consultant with Natural Resource Conservation Service and Foreign Agricultural Service, Benton, Missouri, USA.
In this episode the following sections of the Paper will be featured:
3.1 – Use of Thailand Air Force Bases to Spray and Bomb the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Cambodia and Laos.
3.2 – Targeted Tactical Herbicide Spraying in Cambodia
3.3 – Use of Tactical Herbicides in Southeast Cambodia
Listen to episode 2543 and discover more about the explosive new look at the American war in Cambodia utilizing the recently released paper by the Merry Band of Retires titled, United States Secret Wars in Cambodia: Long-Term Impacts and Consequences