All Guts and No Glory: The Story of a Long Tan Warrior

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Foreword v
  • Contents vii
  • Maps and Illustrations ix
  • Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations xii
  • Preface xviii
  • I - July 1965–june 1966 1
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • 2 - Background to the War 13
  • 3 - Recruit and Corps Training—again 22
  • 4 - Preparing for War 34
  • II - June-December 1966 47
  • 5 - Welcome to Viet Nam 49
  • 6 - Operations Begin 67
  • 7 - The Battle of Long Tan 87
  • 8 - The Charnel House—clearing the Battlefield 111
  • 9 - Rebirth of 11 Platoon 123
  • 10 - Back to Operations 135
  • III - January–june 1967 155
  • 11 - A Bad Start to the Year 157
  • 12 - Clearing the Long Green 172
  • 13 - Winding Down—homeward Bound 186
  • IV - After Viet Nam 199
  • 14 - Going Home 201
  • 15 - Our Supporting Arms 210
  • 16 - Myths 214
  • 17 - Reflections 225
  • 18 - Thirty Years On 228
  • Appendix I - Delta Company Manning at Long Tan, 18 August 1966 236
  • Appendix II - 11 Platoon Casualties 238
  • Appendix III - Honours, Awards and Decorations 240
  • Bibliography 242
  • Index 243
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