"This is the most detailed, insightful, documented, and authentic account of these matters we have had thus far and will constitute an important addition to the historical record of this complex conflict." Lewis Sorley, author of Westmoreland: The General Who Lost Vietnam
"Hunt's book deserves to be widely read. Whether the facts in this outstanding book will sway opinion, or re-set the historical debate, is a question... Facts though, are stubborn things." Journal of Military History
"Hunt's book is a forceful refutation of the argument that there was nothing America could have done to save South Vietnam.... Hunt's assessment has great resonance for what most probably will be the fates of Iraq and Afghanistan." Vietnam Magazine
"Readers interested in the Vietnam War and its aftermath, particularly the last two years of South Vietnam's existence, will appreciate Hunt's clear writing style and fluid explanations of complex metrics." On Point
"For the serious historian or military strategist who would want to have one book in his library to explain the loss of South Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, this would be it." U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings
"General Hunt demonstrates that reliable data do exist, and in Losing Vietnam he provides statistical proof that the U.S. congressional aid cuts had a deadly impact upon the South Vietnamese and Cambodian armed forces. Even though he was a direct witness to those painful events, the author seeks to quantify his opinion, expert as it may be, with solid facts.
[...] Hunt's book deserves to be widely read." Journal of Military History