(Battle for Tra Bong Vietnam) [E–book] ò Raymond Oglesby
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summary Battle for Tra Bong Vietnam 108 free download ¹ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Raymond Oglesby Major battle in September 1970 That battle and how it impacted the war in general and one soldier’s life specifically is the subject of this book We who served on LZ Cindy in 1969 and after when the unit left in 1971 did a job that had to be done to save lives than were taken by the enemy All of us were there because we were asked or drafted to serve this country and help the people of Vietnam survive Those of us who did the job on LZ Cindy did the best we could to survive and help those who served with us It is unfortunate that some of those did not survive but in war people die and there is nothing we can do about i.
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summary Battle for Tra Bong Vietnam 108 free download ¹ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Raymond Oglesby Fire Support Base FSBLanding Zone LZ Cindy was established in 1968 by being relocated from Tam Ky Vietnam By 1970 the FSB was considered a “model” for other FSBs in South Vietnam The base operated on the high ground of the Happy Valley with an Observation Post OP Searchlight SLT unit that provided illumination at night for the entire valley Next to the FSB was an Armed Forces Vietnam ARVN unit of 100 men Besides the helicopter landing zone we had the shortest airstrip in Vietnam managed by a Military Air Command Vietnam MACV unit The Tra Bong village was between MACV and FSBLZ Cindy The firebase had tremendous firepo.free download ¹ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Raymond Oglesby
summary Battle for Tra Bong Vietnam 108 free download ¹ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ä Raymond Oglesby Wer with automatic weapons 50 caliber and 60 caliber machine guns to include a uad 50 Dusters 8 inch and 175 howitzers mortars grenades clays flares etc In the year 1970 FSB Cindy had zero Wounded in Action WIA or Killed in Action KIA men by enemy forces Also the North Vietnamese NVA did not penetrate our perimeter because our unit operated as a team A Battery remained at FSBLZ Cindy BS342882 providing general support to both US and ARVN units On 16 September 1971 A Battery was moved to Chu Lai to begin stand down activities During Christmas of 1971 the ARVN camp was overrun by NVAVC and wiped out The firebase did have a.