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Marines In Vietnam By United States. Army
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U.S. Marines In Vietnam: The War That Would Not End, 1971-1973 Charles D Melson; Curtis G Arnold; United States. Marine Corps. History and Museums Division. "This is the eighth volume of a... More > projected nine-volume history of Marine Corps operations in the Vietnam War. A separate functional series complements the operational histories. This volume details the activities of Marine Corps units after the departure from Vietnam in 1971 of III Marine Amphibious Force, through to the 1973 ceasefire, and includes the return of Marine prisoners of war from North Vietnam. Written from diverse views and sources, the common thread in this narrative is the continued resistance of the South Vietnamese Armed Forces, in particular the Vietnamese Marine Corps, to Communist aggression. This book is written from the perspective of the American Marines who assisted them in their efforts. Someday the former South Vietnamese Marines will be able to tell their own story."< Less
Marines In Vietnam Vietnamization Vietnamization and Redeployment By Cosmas Graham A.
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U.S. Marines In Vietnam: Vietnamization And Redeployment, 1970-1971 Graham A Cosmas; Terrence P Murray; William R Melton; Jack Shulimson; United States. Marine Corps. History and Museums... More > Division. "This is the eighth volume [SIC -it's the 7th] in a planned 10-volume operational and chronological series covering the Marine Corps' participation in the Vietnam War. A separate topical series will complement the operational histories. This particular volume details the gradual withdrawal in 1970-1971< Less
Marines In Vietnam: The Defining Year By Shulimson Jack
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U.S. Marines In Vietnam: The Defining Year, 1968 "This is the last volume [Vol 5], although published out of chronological sequence, in the nine-volume operational history series covering the... More > Marine Corps' participation in the Vietnam War. A separate functional series complements the operational histories. This book is the capstone volume of the entire series in that 1968, as the title indicates, was the defining year of the war. While originally designed to be two volumes, it was decided that unity and cohesion required one book." Volume 1< Less
The Nam: A Marine's Memoir Of Vietnam By Richard D. Preston
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These writings are the true experiences of this former Marine. The chronological order of things: I can’t guarantee. It’s been over forty years since my tour in Vietnam and my mind is a... More > little foggy on some aspects and crystal clear on others. I have spent the last few years writing bits and pieces about my tour in the Nam down on paper. They are written with no particular rhyme or reason. You will find these pages seasoned with poetry that I have penned over the past few years. Sometimes I can’t find the words to explain my thoughts and rhyming seems easier for me to explain what I feel. When I started my memoirs I had no forethought of ever piecing them together. I have only recently decided to make these writings public.< Less
Marines In Vietnam Fighting Vietnamese By Telfer Gary L
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U.S. Marines In Vietnam: Fighting The North Vietnamese, 1967 by Gary L Telfer; Lane Rogers; V Keith Fleming "This is the fourth volume in a planned 10-volume operational and chronological series... More > covering the U.S. Marine Corps' participation in the Vietnam War. A separate topical series will complement the operational histories. This volume details the change in focus of the III Marine Amphibious Force (III MAF), which fought in South Vietnam's northernmost corps area, I Corps. Ill MAF, faced with a continued threat in 1967 of North Vietnamese large unit entry across the Demilitarized Zone separating the two Vietnams, turned over the Chu Lai enclave to the U.S. Army's Task Force Oregon and shifted the bulk of its forces — and its attention — northward. Throughout the year, the 3d Marine Division fought a conventional, large-unit war against the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) near the demilitarized zone. The 1st Marine Division, concentrated in Thua Thien and Quang Nam provinces, continued both offensive an< Less
Marines In Vietnam: The Landing and the Buildup By Shulimson Jack
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U.S. Marines In Vietnam: The Landing And The Buildup, 1965 "This is the second volume in a series of nine chronological histories being prepared by the Marine Corps History and Museums Division... More > to cover the entire span of Marine Corps involvement in the Vietnam War. This volume details the Marine activities during 1965, the year the war escalated and major American combat units were committed to the conflict. The narrative traces the landing of the nearly 5,000-man 9th Marine Expeditionary Brigade and its transformation into the III Marine Amphibious Force, which by the end of the year contained over 38,000 Marines."< Less
We Were Marines: Vietnam Then and Now By Frank Villarreal
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This book is a biography about the author's experiences during the Vietnam War.
We Were Marines: Vietnam Then and Now By Frank Villarreal
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This book is a biography about the author's experiences during the Vietnam War.
In the Company of Marines: A Surgeon Remembers Vietnam By James O. Finnegan, MD
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Dr. James Finnegan spent one year in Vietnam during the war as a combat surgeon, including heading a surgical team in Khe Sanh during the famous 77 day siege of that combat base. His stories are... More > personal, unique, and describe a side of the war seldom reported in the media. Each story is based on the true personal experiences of a physician who himself received a Purple Heart for wounds he sustained in action.< Less
In the Company of Marines: A Surgeon Remembers Vietnam By James O. Finnegan, MD
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Dr. James Finnegan spent one year in Vietnam during the war as a combat surgeon, including heading a surgical team in Khe Sanh during the famous 77 day siege of that combat base. His stories are... More > personal, unique, and describe a side of the war seldom reported in the media. Each story is based on the true personal experiences of a physician who himself received a Purple Heart for wounds he sustained in action.< Less