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  • '''Operation Lam Son 719''' was the first major operation conducted by the [[Army of the Republic of Viet Nam]] without being te ...eached Tchepone. A corps-sized unit, under the command of LTG [[Hoang Xuan Lam]], consisted of:
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  • ...ground action carried out by [[Army of the Republic of Viet Nam]] soldiers operating independently of U.S. ground troops. It was a failure.
    233 B (35 words) - 04:51, 13 December 2008
  • {{r|Hoang Xuan Lam}}
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  • ...ever relieved, in battle, for incompetence, during the [[Operation Lam Son 719]] into Laos
    202 B (31 words) - 01:47, 14 September 2009
  • {{r|Operation Lam Son 719}} {{r|Hoang Xuan Lam}}
    301 B (44 words) - 00:54, 9 October 2009
  • {{r|Hoang Xuan Lam}} {{r|Operation LINEBACKER I}}
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  • {{r|Air Force Special Operations Command}} {{r|Air operations in the Vietnam War}}
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  • ...of the [[Republic of Vietnam]]. It paralleled the U.S. [[MACV-SOG]] covert operations group, <ref name=Shultz>{{citation| ...ref> although U.S. questions about STD security limited the level of joint operations and planning. <ref name=MACVSOG-CH>{{citation
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  • '''Hoang Xuan Lam''' (1921-) was a [[general|general officer]] in the [[Army of the Republic ...719]] invasion of [[Laos]], although he was relieved of command during the operation. This was an unusual incident of [[Army of the Republic of Viet Nam mo
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  • {{r|Air Force Special Operations Command}} {{r|Air operations in the Vietnam War}}
    3 KB (488 words) - 22:59, 11 January 2010
  • ...ids, as well as specialized attacks along the [[Ho Chi Minh trail]]. Other operations outside North and South Vietnam were conducted against targets in [[C ...o did not want to admit that either Communist or non-Communist forces were operating in their countries.
    15 KB (2,352 words) - 00:50, 5 July 2010
  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Hoang Xuan Lam]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Operation Lam Son 719}}
    618 B (86 words) - 22:14, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|Operation Lam Son 719}}
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  • {{r|Air operations in the Vietnam War}} {{r|Battle of Bong Son}}
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  • '''Operation Lam Son 719''' was the first major operation conducted by the [[Army of the Republic of Viet Nam]] without being te ...eached Tchepone. A corps-sized unit, under the command of LTG [[Hoang Xuan Lam]], consisted of:
    4 KB (683 words) - 20:24, 4 July 2010
  • {{r|Operation LAM SON 719}} {{r|Lyndon B. Johnson}}
    586 B (91 words) - 20:30, 3 December 2008
  • {{r|Operation Lam Son 719}}
    845 B (126 words) - 22:21, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|Gia Lam Airport}} {{r|Lang Son Province}}
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  • ...mental stategy as [[containment policy|containment of Communism]], but a cooperative world order in which Nixon and his chief adviser [[Henry Kissinger]] w ...pter operations were too much part of ground operations to involve U.S. personnel. As observed by LTG Dave Palmer, to qualify an ARVN candidate for U.S. h
    25 KB (3,818 words) - 21:44, 4 July 2010
  • {{r|Gia Lam Airport}} {{r|Henry L. Stimson Center}}
    5 KB (701 words) - 05:12, 11 February 2010
  • ...n the assassination of Ngo by a [[Central Intelligence Agency|CIA-backed]] operation authorized by President Kennedy. Americanization of the war began by the [[Lyndon B. Johnson|Johnson Administration]] in 1964 following the [[Gulf of Tonkin Incident]]. The U.
    56 KB (8,488 words) - 07:39, 5 October 2013
  • ...uring the creation of the [[Nguyen Dynasty]] in (1789-1802) and cautious cooperation with French missionaries, resistance to the French colonization (begin ...he colony the following year. French Indochina was not a major theater of operations during the Second World War and was returned to French control follow
    64 KB (9,875 words) - 00:47, 18 November 2012
  • ...on. Vietnamization meant heavily arming the ARVN and turning all military operations over to it; all American troops would go home. ..., for different reasons, had always used sanctuaries in Cambodia and Laos. Operating from Cambodia, their troops had a short exposure to being attacked whi
    43 KB (6,849 words) - 01:21, 22 February 2010

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