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6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail


6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail

6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail    6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail
Rare Map - US MILITARY - Vietnam War - March 1967. Cambodia Border - Ho Chi Minh Trail - Loc Ninh - Phuoc Long - Bo Duc - Highway 14A - Loc Thanh - Binh Long - Khet Kracheh - Loc Thien - Loc Ninh Airfield - Loc Ninh Combat Base - Ap Long Be. US Special Forces Base Loc Ninh. Located in Binh Phuoc Province near the Cambodian border, the US Special Forces CIDG Base Detachment A-331 in Loc Ninh was a vital outpost during the Vietnam War. Established in December 1966, it served as a hub for more than 456 Provincial Recon Operatives under the command of the US Special Forces. This camp played a crucial role in gathering intelligence and conducting reconnaissance missions deep into enemy territory. Under US command, the camp operated until September 30, 1970, when it was transferred to the control of the South Vietnam Special Forces, specifically the Tiger Force Rangers, 74th Battalion. Despite changing hands, the camp remained a strategic asset in the region. During the Spring/Easter Offensive of 1972, the camp faced a massive assault by North Vietnamese forces.

Despite valiant efforts, the camp was overrun, marking the end of its operational history. First Battle of Loc Ninh - 1967. The First Battle of Loc Ninh, fought during the Vietnam War from October 29 to November 7, 1967, involved the Viet Cong, Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN), Civilian Irregular Defense Group (CIDG), and the United States Army. As part of Operation Shenandoah II, this battle marked the first coordinated attacks by the Central Office for South Vietnam (COSVN), serving as a rehearsal for urban combat tactics to be used in the upcoming Tet Offensive. The goal was to draw US and ARVN forces away from cities in preparation for the Tet Offensive the following year.

The battle began with a barrage of rockets and mortar rounds against the Special Forces camp and the South Vietnamese district headquarters. Despite heavy resistance, including air support, the attackers managed to breach the northern perimeter wire and enter the district headquarters compound. However, after intense fighting, the attackers were repelled, with significant casualties on their side. Subsequent attacks and counterattacks occurred over the following days, with the US and ARVN forces successfully defending their positions.

The battle ended with the US and ARVN claiming over 850 enemy killed, while Allied losses were limited to 50 dead. Although the PAVN/VC failed to capture Loc Ninh or inflict severe casualties on US forces, the battle achieved its goal of diverting Allied forces away from population centers and into remote border areas. US MILITARY MAP - Vietnam War Map. Measures - 29 x 22.5 inches (74 x 59 cms). Map Number - 6332 iv.

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6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail    6332 iv LOC NINH Map, March 1967 Vietnam War Cambodia Border HCM Trail