CINPACUS Commander in Chief Pacific
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41) By 1972, when it became "apparent" that the RVN "could not support aerial PSYOP activities on a large scale," CINPAC assumed management of PSYOP from MACV.
The letter also requests documents on the Air Force's objections to the changes in the defense plan, the decision by the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) to remove Taiwan planning from CINPAC and transfer it to JCS, and Prueher's objections to various arms sales requests made by Taipei.