South Viet Nam

6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War


6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War
6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War
6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War
6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War
6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War
6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War
6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War
6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War
6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War
6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War
6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War
6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War
6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War

6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War    6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War

Vietnam War - US Military Map - December 1969. Nh Cam Ranh (Cam Ranh Bay) - Sân Bay Cam Ranh (Cam Ranh Airport) - Cam Ranh Bay Military Base - Nui Dat - Nui Ke - Cam Linh - Khanh Ho - Ninh Thuan - Cam Tho - Du Long - December 1969 US Military Map. US MILITARY MAP - Very Rare.

Measures - 29 x 22.5 inches (74 x 59 cms). Cam Ranh Bay Air Base, located on the southeastern coast of Vietnam, has a rich history dating back to ancient times when it was used as a sheltered harbor. However, its development into a major military installation began during the Vietnam War era.

In the early 1960s, the United States recognized the strategic importance of Cam Ranh Bay and negotiated with the South Vietnamese government to establish a military presence there. Construction of the air base began in earnest in 1965, with the US military investing heavily in infrastructure and facilities to support its operations. By 1966, Cam Ranh Bay had become one of the largest and busiest air bases in the world, serving as a major hub for US military aircraft and troops. It housed various units, including the US Air Force, Navy, and Army, as well as South Vietnamese and allied forces. The air base played a crucial role in supporting US military operations during the Vietnam War, serving as a logistics hub, troop staging area, and aircraft maintenance facility. It also served as a key transit point for troops and supplies en route to other parts of Vietnam and Southeast Asia. After the Vietnam War ended in 1975, Cam Ranh Bay remained under Vietnamese control. It continued to be used as a military installation by the Vietnamese government, albeit on a smaller scale. In recent years, the Vietnamese government has undertaken efforts to develop the area into a commercial port and tourist destination, capitalizing on its natural beauty and strategic location. Command Control, North, South, Central, MACV, Special Forces, SOG, Special Op's, Special Operations Group, 5 th Special Forces, Army Security Agency, Military Intelligence, Psy-Ops, US Army, De Oppresso Liber, Airborne, 1 st Special Forces, CIDG, Mike Force, Mobile Guerrilla Force, Mobile Strike Force, Operations Detachment, Provincial Recon Unit, Recon Teams, RT, USMC, United States Marine Corps, Vietnam War, WWII, WWI, French Indochine War, French Foreign Legion, Legion Etrange, Project Omega, Recondo School, Rapid Fire, Project Delta, Special Missions Advisory Force, Project Gamma, Project Sigma, Indigenous Troops, MACV-SOG, CCC, CCS, CCN, USARV, SMAG, TAG, Field Training Command, Recon Team Leader, US Navy, Air Force, AATTV, Long Tan, Nui Dat, AAFV, ATF, New Zealand V Force, Big Red One, 1st Infantry Division, 1st Cavalry Division, Tropic Lightning, 25th Infantry Division, Subdued, Patch, Patches, Uniform, Helmet, Flash, Beret, Arc, Tab, 101 st Airborne Division, 82nd Airborne, 173rd Airborne, Combat, Militaria, Medal, Badge, Map, 199th Infantry Brigade, Old Ironsides, 5th Infantry Division, MAAG, USARPAC, XXIV Corps, 23rd Infantry Division, Americal, 38th Infantry Division, Black Op's, Clandestine, Non-Conventional Warfare, 11th Infantry Brigade, 11th Armored, 196th, 1st Aviation, 18th Engineers, Medic, Medical, Viet Cong, VC, Viet Minh, Dien Bien Phu, Saigon, Tiger Force Rangers, Ranger, Logistical Command, Khe Sanh, POW, RVN, ARVN, South Vietnam, North Vietnam, NVA, Hanoi, Siagon, Phan Rang, LLDB, Bright Light, Free World Forces, Company, Platoon, Patrol, Long Range, Special Forces, ARVN, Green Berets, Elite, Recon, Reconnaiance, CCN, CCC, CCS, MACV SOG, SOA, Paratrooper, Parachutist, Vietnam War, Special Operations, Military, Tiger, Ranger, Route, Team, VC, NVA, Viet Cong, Command Control.
6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War    6832 iv MAP Cam Ranh Bay Airfield December 1969 Cam Lâm Vietnam War