USARVUS Army, Vietnam
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As I said, however, before late 1969, the USARV and Military Assistance Command Vietnam (MACV) commanders steadfastly refused to believe there was a real communication intelligence (COMINT) threat.
The information that Alpha-3's logs contained astounded the USARV commander, General Creighton Abrams.
Captain Lawrence Helstrom shouted into the handset of his GRC-53 radio, "I don't give a d if you have to go all the way to USARV headquarters in Saigon to get authorization.