History of War

KHE SANH 1968

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01 NORTH VIETNAMESE RECON

On the night of 2 January movement was detected outside the western perimeter of Khe Sanh Combat Base. A Marine rifle squad fired on a group of six men killing all but one who escaped. The dead men were North Vietnamese regimental

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