Feb 142013

lessons learned save marine surrounded at the base of Khe Sanh Fire (Vietnamspeak to forward operating base or “FOB”), is that these ungrateful grunts would not be able to keep the enemy long-range M46 130mm and 122mm artillery rocket away from their direct fire gunslinging mentality – the same mistake the French made to Dien Bien Phu – with the exception of the U.S. Air Force and the Army was on hand to record gyrenes French in 1968 not in 1954. www.combatreform.com The only 175mm long range guns we had were propelled on tracks, but too heavy to fly-in to a small FOB, even by a C-130 and Marines on the ground that the fight against foot sloggers M16 vs AK47 & RPG were too weak to prevent the NVA from ambushing schools of public health if they were stuck 175mm at Camp Carroll. Fortunately, the U.S. Air Force Airmen and Army Riggers were parachute drop enough supplies to prevent marine starve too and managed by the NVA headquarters diversion of Khe Sanh. During the attack the Tet offensive was held true throughout the countryside of South Vietnam, Army General Weyand and civilian advisor John Paul Vann www.combatreform.com were prepared and sent to M113 Gavin-ACTA mobile units which was cross-country road avoiding ambushes to overwhelm Cong and NVA with superior firepower shielded to save the airbase Tan Son Nhut Saigon and take back the Viet Cong guerrillas sent on suicide missions orders Hanoi in the north. www.combatreform.com Once he was sure AirLand runway Khe Sanh …
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