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Pros and cons of the Vietnam war?

Pro-Pioneered and validated modern jet warfare; e.g. Ground Defense Systems (AAA sites, Radar, and SAMs); and super-sonic aerial (jet) combat. Last time in history that a heavy bomber's tail gunner shot down an enemy jet in aerial combat (B52 tail gunners shot down two NVAF MiG21s). Establishment of dog-fighting schools for US jet fighter pilots (USNs Top Gun School and the USAFs Red Flag). Today all US jets have guns on them, thanks to lessons learned from the Vietnam War. Con-Enemy won the war.

What does the military acronym AC CON stand for?

Acoustic Condition

What did Phu Bai have to do with the Vietnam War?

Phu Bai was a small enclave in Thua Thien Province due South Quang Tri Povince on Highway One. Phu Bai was originally home to a small Army Security Agency unit known as Detachment J, 3rd RRU. Quartering party elements of this unit arrived there in January, 1963. Much later, in March, 1965, General Westmorland ordered the Marines to establish it as the second Marine Corps camp in Vietnam. A thousand Marines spent a month there digging in and filling a million sand bags before Westmorland allowed them to move out and head for areaslike Gio Linh, Con Thien, Cam Lo and Khe Sanh. It grew to be quite a large base, with excellent riverine facilities. But after the Marines left, it was under Army control. In Marine lore it was the Acapulco or Venice that the Marines built as an Army rest home. This is an exaggeration, as is often the case in Marine Lore. The Army was there long before the Marines and remained after they left. It wasn't, but it was a constant thorn in the heel of the Marines that toiled there in the sand bag capitol of Vietnam.**********************************Phu Bai was a village in Vietnam that was the location of a large military base.Phu Bai was the location of Camp Hochmuth. Major General Bruno A. Hochmuth , was a Marine killed in combat just north of Hue.In 1968 it was the location of PCV HQ, Provisional Corps Vietnam. It later became the HQ of XXIV Corps which was responsible for all of the units in the northern 2 provinces of I Corps Tactical Zone. XXIV Corps was under the command of III MAF HQed in Da Nang. It was located next to the Hue-Phu Bai airport just south of the City of Hue where the old Imperial palace is located at the Citadel.Under XXIV Corps were the 1st Air CAV, Div. , 101 st Airborne Div., the 3rd Marine Div and the 1st ARVN Div. as well as many subordinate units, such as aviation, arty, SOG units, signal, medical and opcon infantry units. Towards the end of the war, HQ XXIV Corps was relocated to Da Nang, and eventually stood down, retiring its colors to Hawaii (I believe).GRS Added:I was stationed in Phu Bai for 16 months. Jul-'68 to Nov-'69 at G2 XXIV Corps. Phu Bai was hit by 122 mm rockets many times during my tenure there. In June 1969 Phu Bai was attacked with 122s which destroyed the PX complex. A 122 wiped out an entire 204 MID hooch. Luckily all the occupants were at work in HQ building. The 204th perimeter was also hit one night, but no one sustained and serious injuries, just some scratches and bruises. No penetrations that I know of.

What date did the last combat troops leave Vietnam?

Offensive operations ceased and redeployment was effective on or about 29 March 1973; Final military defensive evacuation operations in South Vietnam occurred on or about 30 April 1975. This date is the official collapse of the south.

Pros and cons of Hitler during the world war 2?

pros: he was gaycons: none at all

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What were some conflicts and battles in the Vietnam War?

Khe Sanh, la Drang, Dak To, Hue, Kim Son and Con Thien.

Did general westmorland visit con thien?

Although these were USMC outposts, Westmoreland was still the over all commander of all US forces in Vietnam; and as commander he was known to visit/inspect various outposts & firebases. When the US Army took over Con Thien (the northernmost outposts along the DMZ) the army renamed them firebases A4 & C2.

What is the city in South Vietnam that was immediately north of the norther most American base in South Vietnam?

The closest South Viet city to the DMZ was Dong Ha. Past Dong Ha (going north) were firebases A4 and C2, called Con Thien by the US Marines when they were there. Going north past A4 & C2 was the "Z" (DMZ).

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What is con cac?

Con cac is the South Vietnam's word for PENIS, vulgar and mostly for cursing. You may hear they say "Con cac" when they disagree with something...

Main Islands of Vietnam?

Two of the main islands of Vietnam include Thổ Chu Island and Phú Quốc island. Also, in Vietnam there is the Con Dao islands.

Was the Vietnam War overwhelmingly popular among American civilians?

No, it was about equally divided pro and con.

What are the release dates for CNN Live Today - 2001 Con Man Fools Celebs and Powerful?

CNN Live Today - 2001 Con Man Fools Celebs and Powerful was released on: USA: 13 June 2013

A salir hoy con las locas?

To go out today with the crazy ones.

What does Tu vas a salir hoy con Tico mean?

Are you going out with Tico today

What arguments did protesters use against the vietnam war?

Protesters charged that American lives and money were being wasted on an un-just war. The government of South Vietnam, they said, was no better than the Vietcong or the North Vietnamese.

Did you get sun burned today in spanish?

Te quemaste con el sol de hoy?