Operation Crazy Horse

October 2013
Vietnam;Oct2013, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p27
The article describes Operation Crazy Horse, which begun as a search-and-destroy sweep of a pass running between Suoi Ca and Vinh Thanh valleys in Vietnam by the U.S. 1st Airborne Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division on May 16, 1966 to repel Viet Cong forces.


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