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Sitrep: RED-West of Khe Sanh by John McGuire

January 20, 2019

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Many Units served in the 1st Cavalry . This is what is called “A Sitrep”. A “Situation Report” a story about the 1/5th Cav, the 2/5th Cav and the 1/77th Field Artillery. Third DRAFT EDIT [JBH] August 16, 2018 In the predawn hours of May 5, 1968, except for the constant churning of insect wings, […]

Charlie Troop 1/9th Cavalry The Enemy by Walker Jones and Donald Armstrong

July 29, 2014

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         The following are stories of two Charlie Troopers and their en counters with the enemy: We were in Tay Ninh I’m sure. Early 1971. I was a Cobra pilot then, living like most of us, crowded together in cots under a General Purpose Medium tent stretched across a Chinook revetment at the northwest […]

Charlie Troop 1/9th Cavalry Bruce Huffman: “They’re all dead”

May 11, 2010

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  The following is a true story about the deaths of John Clayton Wallace, John Wayne States and Douglas Eugene Gossage. It is written by J. Bruce Huffman. Bruce was a pilot of a Light Observation Helicopter (LOH). His aircraft tail number was 67-16079. His crew consisted of SSG John States and SP/4 Douglas Gossage. […]