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by Katherine Kallestad,John Martin Campbell

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  • ISBN 0826348769
  • ISBN13 978-0826348760
  • Language English
  • Author Katherine Kallestad,John Martin Campbell
  • Publisher University of New Mexico Press (May 15, 2010)
  • Pages 192
  • Formats lrf mobi mobi doc
  • Category History
  • Subcategory Military
  • Size ePub 1951 kb
  • Size Fb2 1291 kb
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In the fall of 1951 a sign was posted beside a U.S. Air Force squadron headquarters: "El toro es mas fuerte que la bala" (The bull is mightier than the bullet). The sign testified to the recent creation of ARCS (Air Resupply and Communications Service), an Air Force enterprise in psychological warfare prompted by North Korea's invasion of South Korea the previous year. One of ARCS' critical duties was the creation and delivery of military propaganda to the enemy, and the author of this book, then an Air Force lieutenant, became an expert in the production and distribution of propaganda via leaflets.

Campbell's time in Korea became an extended adventure in applied psychology. Among the many useful features of this rare Korean War memoir are Campbell's insights into the philosophies of Communist and democratic countries that would shape each other throughout the Cold War as the superpowers struggled for the hearts and minds of countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The psy-ops struggles to manipulate America's adversaries set the stage for forty years of subtle and not-so-subtle attempts to sway the enemy by nonlethal means.


John Martin Campbell (Author), Katherine Kallestad (Introduction). The author's adventures in creating military propaganda foreshadow forty years of . efforts to manipulate it's adversaries and sway public opinion.

John Martin Campbell (Author), Katherine Kallestad (Introduction).

Campbell's time in Korea became an extended adventure in applied psychology. Among the many useful features of this rare Korean War memoir are Campbell's insights into the philosophies of Communist and democratic countries that would shape each other throughout the Cold War as the superpowers struggled for the hearts and minds of countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The psy-ops struggles to manipulate America's adversaries set the stage for forty years of subtle and not-so-subtle attempts to sway the enemy by nonlethal means.

John Martin Campbell, Katherine Kallestad. In the fall of 1951 a sign was posted beside a . Air Force squadron headquarters: 'El toro es mas fuerte que la bala' (The bull is mightier than the bullet). The sign testified to the recent creation of ARCS (Air Resupply and Communications Service), an Air Force enterprise in psychological warfare prompted by North Korea's invasion of South Korea the previous year

Moreover, although other books have covered conventional operations in that conflict, Slinging the Bull in Korea, as. .

Moreover, although other books have covered conventional operations in that conflict, Slinging the Bull in Korea, as its name might imply, delves into one of the lesser-known areas of a less-studied war-that of psychological warfare. A combination history and wartime memoir, this book tells the story of US psychological warfare operations in Korea and, more specifically, that of the Air Resupply and Communications Service, the rather nondescripfive name of the organizations charged with this mission.

Personal Name: Campbell, John Martin, 1927 . Formatted Contents Note: Introduction by Katherine Kallestad Active duty Mountain home and Georgetown The voice of America and Clark Field Korea The leaflet campaign. Personal Name: Campbell, John Martin, 1927-.

Personal Name: Campbell, John Martin, 1927-. Publication, Distribution, et. Albuquerque Formatted Contents Note: Introduction by Katherine Kallestad Active duty Mountain home and Georgetown The voice of America and Clark Field Korea The leaflet campaign. Corporate Name: United States. Personal Name: Kallestad, Katherine. Rubrics: Korean War, 1950-1953 Personal narratives, American Psychological aspects Psychological warfare Korea Soldiers United States Biography.

The sign testified to the recent creation of ARCS (Air Resupply and Communications Service), an Air Force enterprise in psychological warfare prompted by North Korea's invasion of South Korea the previous year.

John Martin Campbell With an introduction by Katherine Kallestad. Published by: University of New Mexico Press. Campbell's time in Korea became an extended adventure in applied psychology.

Other Authors: Kallestad, Katherine. Air Force Biography. Korean War, 1950-1953 Personal narratives, American. Korean War, 1950-1953 Psychological aspects. Psychological warfare Korea. Soldiers United States Biography.

Slinging the bull in Korea: An adventure in psychological warfare. The psy-ops struggles.

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