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The best way (other than the "Order of Battle Vietnam" book) is knowing what division it was assigned to. And divisions moved around a lot in South Vietnam; if the 158th was with the 101st Abn Div (Ambl) in '70, '71 then it was in I Corps at Phu Bai (which had Camp Eagle & Camp Evans as part of the Phu Bai command).

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the US Army's 2nd maint bn was stationed at vung tau until aug 69 when it moved to I corps. HQ and main support co was stationed at the phu bai airport- which is now an international airport.

"2nd" is only half of the address. Numbers needed are, for example, 2/34th. Which means, 2nd Battalion of the 34th Armor, or Cavalry, or Infantry, or Artillery, Engineer, Transportation, or Maintenance Regiment, etc.the 2nd maint bn was stationed in vung tau until aug 69 when it relocated to I corps. it was stationed beside the phubai airport, which is now a major airport.it served under Saigon support Command& then the Danang Support Command.

Depends on the era and nation. Example: During the Vietnam war an Australian tank regiment consisted of about 26 Centurion tanks. Same war, same time, a US Army armored cavalry regiment might over 70 Sheridan & Patton tanks. Note 1: In the Vietnam era the US Army only used regiments in the armored cavalry. Conventional armor battalions (tank bns) expanded from battalion (bn) to brigade (bde) then to division level (div). The armored cav outfits were squadrons (equal to bns) then expanded to regiment level (like the 11th ACR-Armored Cav Regiment). Note 2: Australians in Vietnam used the regiment instead of the battalion (for their Centurion tanks at least), they used Squadrons instead of "companies", and they used troops instead of "platoons." And their "regiment" of Centurions was only half the size of a US Patton tank battalion (26 Centurions vs 57 Pattons).

Soon after the Truman Doctrine promised to 'support free peoples' (March 1947), General George Marshall went to Europe. He was shocked by what he saw. Europe was ruined and - after the coldest winter in record - starving. Marshall told Truman that all Europe would turn Communist unless the US helped. Marshall announced his Plan to students at Harvard University on 5th June 1947. He promised that America would do 'whatever it is able to do to assist in the return of normal economic health in the world.' He challenged the countries of Europe to produce a plan, which the US would fund. By 12 July, the British politician Ernest Bevin (who called the Plan 'a lifeline to sinking men') had organised a meeting of European nations in Paris, which asked for $22 billion of aid. Stalin forbade Cominform countries to take part. Truman asked Congress for $17 bn, and Congress (after the collapse of Czechoslovakia, March 1948) gave $13 bn. Marshall Aid took the form of fuel, raw materials, goods, loans and food, machinery and advisers. It jump-started rapid European economic growth, and stopped the spread of Communism. This also helped many family's out of starvation.

Point 593 was a prominent peak just above Monte Cassino on the same ridge. This ridge was called Snakeshead Ridge. It was in the shape roughly of a boomerang and jutted out towards the north east from the monastery. In the bend or elbow of the ridge was the rocky outcrop called point 593 (593 metres above sea level). Point 593 was scene of some of the heaviest fighting of the cassino campaign with units such as US 144 infantry, 1st Bn Royal Sussex and The Gurkhas all trying to take it and finally the Polish Karpathian Division taking it from the Germans. The Polish Cassino War Cemetery is now situated on the crest of Snakeshead Ridge at the foot of Point 593 and between it and the monastery. The memorial to the Karpathian Division is at the north eastern base of Point 593.

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