2 edition of Vietnam behind the lines found in the catalog.
Vietnam behind the lines
|Statement||Jessica Harrison-Hall ; with contributions by Sherry Buchanan, Katharine Lockett and Thu Stern.|
|LC Classifications||DS559.8.A78 H37 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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More than photos bring to life the stories of SOG heroes. See extremely rare photos of SOG recon teams in action behind enemy lines in Cambodia, Laos and even North Vietnam. x 11, hardcover, photos, illus., pages. Order from with a personal inscription by John. In mid-December , after recovering from wounds sustained in a murderous mission, Gary Linderer returned to Phu Bai to complete his tour of duty as a LRP. His job was to find the enemy, observe him, or kill him - all the while behind enemy lines, where success could be as dangerous as discovery.
Hue A Turning Point of the American War in Vietnam, the new book from Mark Bowden of The Atlantic, tells the tactical narrative of these events splendidly — albeit with a dubious epilogue. Secret Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines with the Elite Warriors of SOG PDF John L. Plaster Dutton Caliber Major John L. Plaster recalls his remarkable covert activities in SOG from to in Vietnam. Code-named the Studies and Operations Group, SOG was a secret operations force in Vietnam, the forerunner of today s Delta Force and Navy SEALs.
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This book “Eyes Behind The Lines” in my view was a better book than the first book; however, no more important and no less significant was the first book. This book is first and foremost easy to follow as the author provides the reader with dates; almost as though this is a journal accounting of daily activities/5().
The Vietnam War,was the first that was played out under the eye of media reportage which affected the nature and length of the attrition. However, what was seen was, with very few exceptions, a Western perspective.
In this fascinating book, that forms the catalogue to an exhibition at the British Museum inJessica Harrison-Hall Cited by: 1. This book was written in the middle of the war by Salisbury, the first American reporter allowed "behind the lines" in the North.
It lends a glimpse into the mysterious and closed off world of Hanoi and the psychology, history, and ingenuity of the Vietnamese people/5. This book Eyes Behind The Lines in my view was a better book than the first book; however, no more important and no less significant was the first book.
This book is first and foremost easy to follow as the author provides the Mr. Linderer provides the reader with yet another chilling account of what it was like to be a Ranger with the Long /5.
The rescue of Bat 21 Bravo, the call sign for Iceal "Gene" Hambleton, a navigator aboard an EB aircraft shot down behind North Vietnamese lines, was the "largest, longest, and most complex search-and-rescue" operation during the Vietnam War. Five additional aircraft were shot down during rescue attempts, directly resulting in the deaths of 11 airmen, the capture of two others, and another.
The true story of the U.S. Army’s th Assault Helicopter Company and a Green Beret Staff Sergeant's heroic mission to rescue a Special Forces team trapped behind enemy lines during the Vietnam War, from New York Times bestselling author Eric Blehm.
On May 2,a twelve-man Special Forces team covertly infiltrated a small clearing in the jungles of neutral Cambodia—where Brand: Crown/Archetype.
Harrison Salisbury was the first American newsman permitted behind the enemy lines in North Vietnam; his visit lasted from Decem to January 7, and in itself indicated to him a willingness on the part of Hanoi to investigate the possibility of negotiation. A trained observer with years of experience in Communist countries behind him, Salisbury saw and assessed the results of.
A Marine private tries out a skateboard sent from home. Soldiers behind the lines often had lots of downtime. (Sgt. Licciardi/U.S. Marine Corps/National Archives) John Winter recently posted this article on Facebook within the group: Vietnam Memories: Past/Present - I've copied it here for you to read.
One thing I disagree with right off the back. John Rambo has nothing on Mark Bills. The Venice, Fla. dentist was once a member of an elite, secret Army Special Forces group dropped behind enemy lines during the Vietnam War.
It was in his other life more than 30 years ago. He survived 22 highly classified intelligence-gathering missions while serving in the ill-fated war.
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Get this from a library. Vietnam behind the lines: images from the war, [Jessica Harrison-Hall; British Museum.] -- "Television footage and reportage photography relayed the American-Vietnam war from the remote jungles of Southeast Asia into the homes of ordinary people living thousands of miles from the battle.
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The book is a book of contrasts, with scenes of a joyous reunion, but with the. Behind Enemy Lines is the second book in Heroes of Vietnam - a fictional war story set during the Vietnam War. The book is a collaboration between Todd McLeod and Eric Meyer, the best-selling author of more than 50 war novels.
© Todd McLeod, Eric Meyer (P) Swordworks Books. Roger Clinton Locher (born Septem ) is a retired Colonel in the U.S. Air Force and a former McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II Navigator/Weapon Systems Officer (WSO) and subsequent Pilot who, during the Vietnam War and Operation Linebacker, was shot down only 40 miles (64 km) from Hanoi, North Vietnam.
The 23 days Locher spent behind enemy lines evading capture was a record Battles/wars: Vietnam War. Vietnam Behind the Lines by Jessica Harrison-Hall,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(4). The result is a coffee-table book aspiring to be a history book that reads like a textbook.
In literary grace, it ranks behind another companion book to another PBS documentary, Stanley Karnow’s. This article, "Deep Behind Enemy Lines: Weapons of Vietnam's Covert Warriors," appeared originally in the April issue of American subscribe to the magazine, visit the NRA.
Get this from a library. Vietnam behind the lines: images from the war, [Jessica Harrison-Hall; British Museum.]. Eventually, the plan is for there to be three monorails and six underground lines. China is the financial muscle behind the Hanoi metro, which has been beset by construction troubles.
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It is gripping, compelling and completely relevant in Paul's story leaves me wanting more. You will, too. He is a superb writer with a keen ability to make you feel like you are walking right behind him. It /5. Inthe Marine Corps introduced a bold, new concept to the battlefield.
Little did the designers of that concept realize that it would change the way wars are fought, and the Corps, from that day of the most influential strategies of the Vietnam War, the Stingray Patrol comprised seven to ten marines in small teams, inserted by chopper deep in enemy territory.4/5(1).Make Offer - parachute/lines vietnam era mfg March Vintage Military Issue Vietnam Dated OD / Red Parachute Deployment Bags.
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SOG was the acronym for Studies and Observations Group, a cover title for the Vietnam War’s covert special warfare group–essentially the OSS of Southeast : Historynet Staff.