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.
Abromowitz, Political Adviser to the Commander-in-Chief Pacific (CINPAC) called Whitlam's Korean policy "nefarious." (86) Key members of President Gerald Ford's administration did not oppose recognition of North Korea on principle but questioned Whitlam's timing.
Pacific Command (CINPAC) from 1996 to February this year.