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Like it or not, sometimes one becomes involved in something which is meant to be forgotten. The civilian giving a command in this context is not all that surprising afterall, it was Vietnam, and civilians were embedded in the command structure. What still baffles me is the pile of rocks in the middle of a shallow body of water on or inside the Cambodian border, and the instant accommodation made between the ARVNs and the VC. I hope others can offer some explanation.
I have been searching for a map of Chau Doc Province with the district boundaries intact. No luck so far. My thought is that because of the height of the rock pile neither party saw the other and in the end it was a draw and negotiation was least destructive option.
After I was put into several infamous reeducation camps by Vietnamese Communists for five years, but I am still survived. I escaped from VN by boat in and came to America in If anyone of you who know them, please let me know. Thank you in advance, Tham Huy Vu. Anyone looking for some topographical maps of Vietnam, here is a good link: legacy. I have military maps of the whole IV Corp from PS: phone I remember meeting the District Senior Advisory.
And I think he started his career with the Peace Corps. Could it be that you are the one and the same.
Hi Sam, yes, that is me. Not quite what I expected, but I enjoyed it all just the same. How did we meet? Take care, Randy. Got on 2d slick, took off following the Mekong. We flew northeast again and landed on a hot LZ. Saw 3 Vietnamese gray naval boats drift by us on fire. I will tell you that on the 2d day we were joined by a 2d Lt from An Phu, medium build and redish blond hair. Name escapes me. Withdrew morning of day No enemy or their casualties left behind.