By David Doyle
Documents the deployment of the US Marine Corps to Vietnam from 1965 to 1975.
The March 1965 landing of the US Marine Corps at Da Nang, South Vietnam, marked the first large-scale deployment of US forces to the region. From then on, the Marine Corps fought continuously until May 1975, when two Marines became the last US servicemen killed in that war during the Mayaguez battle.
Over 200 archival photos, many never before published
Documents the weapons, vehicles, and equipment of the Marines
Small arms, mortars and artillery, tanks, amphibious, armored and soft-skinned vehicles, helicopters, uniforms, and personal and specialist equipment are featured.
Superb-quality photos and detailed captions, including photos from such legendary Marine Corps battles as Hue and Khe Sanh.
Written by prolific military author David Doyle, this comprehensive volume is part of the popular Legends of Warfare series.
Size: 9.0in x 9.0in | Pages: 128
| Over 200 color and b/w photos