On another note, I always thought McNamara was a fool. He may have done some good work in WWII, but if he wasn't the stereotypical classic pencil-pushing geek who never set foot in the real world, I don't know who is.
What was his mantra, Cost/Benefit Analysis? He's the guy who forced the F-111 to do duty for the Navy and the AF IIRC, the compromises didn't work out great for either. Some people shouldn't be allowed to touch anything past an adding machine.