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August 26 1967 In three NVA artillery attacks on Dong Ha
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August 26, 1967 In three NVA artillery attacks on Dong Ha this day two helicopters from HMM-361 were destroyed and 24 damaged. After this date all Marine ...
August 26, 1967 In three NVA artillery attacks on Dong Ha this day two helicopters from HMM-361 were destroyed and 24 damaged. After this date all Marine ...
1968[edit]
As1965 began, the US had no ground combat forces in the RVN. The NVA were crossing into the RVN in steadily increasing numbers.
Con Thien endured fierce artillery bombardments in September 1967. (Bettman/Getty Images)
1st Cavalry soldiers return to their LZ Ross base camp on Jan. 20, 1968
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MG Raymond Davis firing the "Georgia Fireball", an M107 self-propelled gun, at the Rockpile in 1969
Battle of Ban Me Thuot
VMGR-152 KC-130 at Đông Hà in 1967
Causes[edit]
On May 16, 1967, Company A of the 1st Battalion, 9th Marines moved
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Rocket Attack on Da Nang - On July 15, 1967, the NVA conducted a major rocket bombardment on the key U.S. airbase at Da Nang. A total 83 NVA 122mm and 140mm ...
US Marine 94th Artillery at Gio Linh, 1967
Company G, 4th Marine Regiment attack uphill
Marine helicopters at Đông Hà in 1967
Dong Ha, Vietnam Operation Hastings.jpg
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Entrenched NVA soldiers take aim on American positions near the DMZ. Many NVA lost their
18th Military Police Brigade Vietnam War. Long Binh, South Vietnam Headquarters.
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As South Vietnamese relaxed during the Tet holiday in 1968, North Vietnamese and Vietcong launch
Vietnam War map: Corps to corps (1968)
Completing ...
Marines of 1st Battalion, 3rd Regiment set security at an abandoned enemy bunker on May
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Attack on FSB Henderson - As American troops withdrew from Vietnam, NVA sappers attacked this artillery base. They charged through the hilltop killing 27 ...
Dong Ha today, in central Vietnam. This was a strategic crossroads town during the war.
... launched a battle after they pressured reluctant South Vietnamese officers to use American air mobility assets to destroy the Viet Cong. The attack was ...
North Vietnamese equipment captured by Company E, 2/1 Marines
A UH-1E Huey gunship preparing for take off at Đông Hà Combat Base.
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A 105mm howitzer of 1/13 lashes out at NVA troops surrounding Khe Sanh. The artillery battalion was in direct support of the 26th Marines.
2/12 Marines firing their 105mm howitzer, Con Thien, 19 October 1967
The story of Advisory Team 70 with the ARVN 5th Div. receiving the Presidential Unit Citation
Con Thien Tragic Valor of Marines at Con Thien Consortiumnews
Soldiers of the 1st Cavalry Division moving towards Khe Sanh Combat Base during Operation Pegasus
Soldiers from the 505th or 508th Airborne Infantry Regiment after arriving in-country. Notably
An USMC CH-46 belonging to HMM-265 trailing smoke and flame after being hit by NVA anti-aircraft artilley. The helicopter crashed and exploded upon impact ...
1st Lieutenant Dave Anson, U.S. Army: The Eyes of the Artillery in Vietnam, 1968-1969
Completing ...
Artillery - posted in ARTILLERY: German made tabs, likely worn over the Infantry Division patch.
Battle at the Ben Cui Rubber Plantation - American mechanized units had the firepower and mobility to rout any NVA force. An exception occurred in 1968 ...
T-54[edit]
Naval ...
Fr. Kitson Saying Mass on a Landing Zone
Dong Ha Mountain is not to be confused with the town of Dong Ha. Dong Ha Mountain was northeast of "The Rockpile" north of Hwy 9.
On May 16, 1967, Company A of the 1st Battalion, 9th Marines moved
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July 6-14, 1966 Operation WASHINGTON begins. It was a reconnaissance of the Do Xa region long suspected to contain the enemy's Military Region V ...
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The black arrows point to Marine Corps bases hosting infantry and artillery. Red dots depict other strong points in the system. Major Gary L. Teifler and ...
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Marines at the combat base run for cover when warning of enemy rocket or artillery attack is sounded. (USMC Photo A190245)
A blurry photo of 1st Lieutenant Dave Anson carrying his weapon at Lang Vei just before
Map of Operations Hickory, Belt Tight, Beau Charger and Lam Son 54
May Offensive attacks on Saigon
Along with the Khe Sanh, Con Thien was a key strongpoint in Secretary of Defense
On May 16, 1967, Company A of the 1st Battalion, 9th Marines moved
Common Men, Uncommon Valor
Victorious NVA troops at the Presidential Palace, Saigon
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U.S. Marines in Vietnam Fighting the North Vietnamese 1967 | People's Army Of Vietnam | United States Marine Corps
Hal Kushner in 1967.
Completing ...
An attack, somewhere in I Corps. Posted by Allyn Hinton. Presented by popasmoke.com. Two full North Vietnamese divisions, the 325th and 304th, operating out ...
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... generally initiated by PAVN forces, and often following procedure first involving artillery and mortar strikes, followed by a fierce assault, ...
I do know by the end of the battalion's first year of operations (1967), nearly 300 Marines received Purple Hearts, two Silver Stars, three Bronze Stars, ...
'Nam. '
Flying low and slow, pilots in Cessna O-1 Bird Dogs hunted down the enemy.
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As South Vietnamese relaxed during the Tet holiday in 1968, North Vietnamese and Vietcong launch
The 1st Battalion of the 26th Marines and the 13th Artillery Regiment were reactivated in April 1966. The 1st Battalion, 26th Marines arrived in Okinawa on ...
US Army 687th Medical Detachment Dustoff Vietnam Patch E-1
The Nguyen Hue Offensive of 1972
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