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   Container / Location    Title
 
Series I. Project Corona Harvest [series]:
System to evaluate the effectiveness of airpower in Southeast Asia, encompassing all airpower employed from 1954 to the end of the conflict (Air Force project).

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Operating instructions, 1968
 
Series II. HES 70 [series]:
Hamlet Evaluation System--reporting system designed to gather data on the progress of the rural pacification effort.

Data gathering instrument--formatted, multiple choice questionnaire:
  1. Respondent--U.S. advisors in the field
  2. Sample size--Every inhabited hamlet and village in south Vietnam
  3. Frequency of reporting--Every hamlet and village reported each month


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Comparison of HES 70 and PAAS
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Memo, 1970
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Appendix A--Question codes, question responses
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Hamlet level HES statistics and plots by NMCSSC for village program analysis (1)
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VSSG IDX (2)
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Security (3)
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Econ. str. (4)
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Econ. stm. (5)
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[unlabeled] (6)
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Soc. ben. (7)
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GVN pol. inf. (8)
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VC pol. inf.
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Prog. effort
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Misc. ques.
 
Series III. SEAPRS [series]:
Southeast Asia Province file--designed to facilitate analysis of friendly and enemy military and pacification activity at the province level. Summarized data is organized by month for Province Corps, Viet Cong Military Regions, Division Tactical Areas, Special Tactical Zones, and Countrywide. Some fields use data from or indicators developed by HES.

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Southeast Asia Province (also includes Hamlet Evaluations System Handbook), 1969
 
Series IV. PAAS [series]:
Pacification Attitude Analysis System. Automated system to provide the Military Assistance Command Civil Operations and Rural Development Support, Pacification Study Group a means of processing and reporting the results of surveys to determine the attitudes of the Vietnamese people toward pacification, the War, and political, social, and economic development.

Data gathering instrument--semi-structured informal interview:
  1. Respondent--Hamlet residents chosen by quota sampling techniques
  2. Sample size--Selected sample of hamlets in each district, sample varying in size of province
  3. Frequency of reporting--Data is reported monthly, each month's data representing sampling of a different group of districts


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Functional Description for Pacification Attitude Analysis System (PAAS), Jan. 25, 1970
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Command Manual for Pacification Attitude Analysis System (PAAS), May 15, 1970
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PAAS, May 1, 1970
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Questionnaires
 
Series V. SEER [series]:
System for Evaluating the Effectiveness of RVNAF Subsystems:
  1. AMFES (Army and Marine Forces Evaluation System)
  2. NFES (Naval Forces Evaluation System)
  3. AFES (Air Force Evaluation System)
  4. TFES (Territorial Forces Evaluation System)


Objectives:
  1. To provide quantified objective evaluations of RVNAF unit combat effectiveness in performance of assigned missions
  2. To identify weaknesses and problem areas which reduce RVNAF combat and pacification effectiveness


Includes correspondence between Thomas C. Thayer (Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Systems Analysis) and Richard Cady (Bendix Aerospace Systems Division)

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System for Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Vietnam (SEER) User's Manual, pp. 1-6, 1970
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SEER (2), Part I, Army and Marine Forces Evaluation File, pp. 7-32, 1968-1969 Quarterly Evaluation Data
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Part II, Army and Marine Forces Evaluation File, 1968 Monthly Statistical Component, pp. 33-156
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User's Manual, pp. 157-213
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MACV, DIR 335-13, SEER Reports and Statistics, 1969
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SEER User's Manual, complete (duplicate?)
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Territorial Forces Evaluation System (TFES) Handbook, Nov. 1969
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Thomas Thayer to Richard Cady--correspondence, re: SEA Programs, 1969
 
Series VI. AIRSUM [series]:
Air Summary Date Base (or File). Represented an historical record of all offensive air activity in Southeast Asia from 1965 to 1972. Contains information from a number of different yet overlapping reporting systems. Data was obtained from the historical Combat Air Activities File (CACTA) and its successor since 1971, the Southeast Asia Data Base File (SEADAB).

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AIRSUM File Documentation, 1972
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A.I.D. (?), IndoChina Postwar Reconstruction, 1973
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Friendly and Enemy Activity Resource Profiles (by province), possibly SEAPRS (?)