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    When Saigon fell in , it was at the hands of four NVA corps. And yet, Giap was quite correct in his third assumptionabout the will of his enemy. With one hand, the United States gave Giap his greatest tactical defeat, and with the other hand gave him his greatest strategic victory, making the Tet Offensive one of the most paradoxical of the world’s decisive battles.

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    Aug 17,  · This film is taken from a National Broadcasting Company (NBC) news report on the communist takeover of Saigon, and contains both edited and raw footage. - .

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    The names are listed chronologically by date of death from July, to May, beginning on the right side of the wall and continuing left around the memorial. To read the names, begin in panel 1, top of the right column; then move to the top of the second column reading right to left and top to bottom.

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    While stationed at Tan Son Nhut Airbase, on the outskirts of Saigon, , we occasionally got some time off. A group of us hopped on the bus and went walkies in Saigon. These are all scans of slides I took 43 years ago, probably with a Pentacon F, and I think Ektachrome film, given the bluish cast some of them have. I think there are more floating around in storage boxes somewhere, and Views:

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    A South Vietnamese mother and her three children crouch on the deck of an amphibious command ship being plucked out of Saigon by U.S. Marine helicopters in Vietnam, April 29,

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    Untitled Tour CD-R [TOUR] – Limited Edition CDr (Ryan Wick's Instant Release Refill)" [TOUR] – Limited Edition CDr Ryan Wick. Compact Disc (CD) Sold Out "New World Tragedy" [TOUR] – Limited Edition Cassette "Saigon " [TOUR] – Limited Edition CDr Dravier. Compact Disc (CD).

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    CAG (Carrier Air Group 21) was embarked on Hancock most WestPac Cruises during and before the Vietnam War. Also known as GC CVG and GC CVW During WestPac '63, CAG was commanded by CDR A. D. Geiger, CARAIRGRU Those of you who served in Hancock during the "Middle Years" - from

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