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It employs persuasive, informative, and directive printed matter.Printed matter may appear as leaflets, letters, posters, banners, signs, pamphlets, magazines, newspapers, books, or objects with messages placed, written, or printed upon them.Air-to-ground delivery uses leaflet bombs, fused packages, loose airdrop by hand, static line box or bomb (high altitude), and balloons.Even the adventure comic books understand the value and importance of leaflets. ROCK issue of June 1967 features a Vietnam War story entitled Paper Bullets. The story tells the story of a lieutenant who drops leaflets but does not understand their importance.Frontbrief (Front Letter) was a weekly newspaper published by the Seventh Through the agency of the Special leaflet squadron, approximately 80% of all leaflets disseminated in the areas of the Anglo-American armies were by the 8th Air Force.Approximately 10% was done by the Royal Air Force, approximately 5% by the fighter-bombers of the Tactical Air Force, and approximately 5% by artillery.Operation Clarion: The use of propaganda along with raids on the German transportation system to frighten repair workers and demoralize civilian and military personnel.Operation Capricorn: A mixture of black radio and white propaganda leaflets stating the had already lost the war and was fighting on needlessly.
Printed matter is used in all types of operations and in all intensities of warfare.
In Volume I of the Department of Defense contracted the Final Report Psychological Operations Studies Vietnam, Human Sciences Research Inc, 1971, Drs. In regard to the best means for disseminating the Allied message among the Viet Cong, members who rallied to the government stated that 99% saw propaganda leaflets, 100% heard airborne loudspeakers, 98% saw radio sets, 34% saw newspapers, 13% saw magazines, 9% heard ground loudspeakers, 7% read posters, 4% saw television sets and just 1% saw PSYOP novelty items.
Of the enemy who saw the leaflets, 81% of the VC and 97% of the NVA actually read them.
The first step toward PWD coordination in the British and American leaflet efforts was the establishment of a joint layout, printing, and production section to serve PID and OWI.
By May of 1945 when Germany surrendered, and leaflets operations as such came to an end, the Anglo-American leaflet operation was utilizing exclusively more than 80% of the total offset printing capacity of the United Kingdom.
Surface delivery uses line crossers, patrols, and agents.