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2 edition of North Vietnamese Army/Viet Cong uniforms & field equipment, 1965-1975 found in the catalog.

North Vietnamese Army/Viet Cong uniforms & field equipment, 1965-1975

Dennis C. Katallo

North Vietnamese Army/Viet Cong uniforms & field equipment, 1965-1975

by Dennis C. Katallo

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Published by Miltec Enterprises in Addison, IL (900 Rohlwing Road, Addison 60101) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vietnam (Democratic Republic). Quân dội -- Equipment -- History.,
  • Vietnam (Democratic Republic). Quân dội -- Uniforms -- History.,
  • Mặt trận dân tộc giải phóng miè̂n nam Việt Nam -- Equipment -- History.,
  • Mặt trận dân tộc giải phóng miè̂n nam Việt Nam -- Uniforms -- History.,
  • Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975 -- Equipment and supplies.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Dennis C. Katallo & Allen J. Bending.
    ContributionsBending, Allen J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUC465.V55 K38 1988
    The Physical Object
    Pagination60 p. :
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2113742M
    LC Control Number88168370

    The M Individual Load Carrying Equipment was a modernized version of the M, designed specially for Vietnam. The M LCE did not entirely replace the M equipment. Often M and M equipment were mixed together to form composite webbing, since both types were fully compatible with each other.   Khaki was the early uniform and then used the export uniform. My Main force VC are in a mix of khaki, green, and black. Some are all in one color but most are in a mix by shirt and pants. The best book on the subject is: "Weapons and Field Gear of the North Vietnamese Army and Viet Cong" by Edward J. Emering.

      The canonical difference is this. The NVA were North Vietnamese regulars sent from North to South. Had better weapons (usually Russian-made) and received better training (they were 'real' soldiers). They used to hit/fight and then escape back t. Vietnam at When Richard Nixon entered the White House on Jan. 20, support for the war was eroding, especially after the shock of the Tet Offensive the year prior.

    Oxford, United Kingdom: Osprey Pub Co, New book, 64 pages, WAR An enemy in the shadows, the Viet Cong was the military arm of the National Liberation Front, the Communist Party of the Republic of Vietnam. Often working with the North Vietnamese Army, they were a constant factor amid the rice paddies and battlefields throughout the war.   The North Vietnamese and their puppet troops of the National Liberation Front (Viet Cong or VC) relied primarily on communist allies (Russia, China, North Korea, Cuba and various Eastern Bloc countries of the era) for their weapons and field s: 5.


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