A Hard Slog in the A Shau

April 2012
Vietnam;Apr2012, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p23
The article presents information on the first edition of the Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War "A Shau Valley" that features an eerie photo of a U.S. soldier with an M-16 silhouetted against the fog-shrouded valley. It focuses "A Shau valley" as a major infiltration and staging area for the North Vietnamese Army. It further discusses the cover story of first experience of U.S. forces in the A Shau Valley in March 1966 written by retired Colonel Dick Camp. an M-16 silhouetted against the fog-shrouded valley. It discusses A Shau valley as a major infiltration and staging area for the North Vietnamese Army.


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