Through the Valley: Vietnam, 1967-1968

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • Prologue - Hill 104, West of Tam Ky 1
  • 1 - Task Force Oregon 3
  • Notes *
  • 2 - The Assassins 9
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  • 3 - Green Seeds 21
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  • 4 - The Hiep Duc Valley 29
  • Notes 37
  • 5 - The 1st Vc Main Force Regiment 39
  • Notes 48
  • 6 - Twister Charlie 51
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  • 7 - A Real Hero 57
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  • 8 - An Encounter at Dusk 65
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  • 9 - The Longest Night 79
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  • 10 - Oscar, Herman, and Lise 91
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  • 11 - Phu Binh 99
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  • 12 - Harker 107
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  • 13 - In the Enemy's Camp 119
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  • 14 - A Day with No Sun 127
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  • 15 - Final Shots 137
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  • 16 - Meeting Delta 145
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  • 17 - Cedar Mountain Six 153
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  • 18 - The 3d Nva Regiment 161
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  • 19 - Helix One-One 173
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  • 20 - 11 March 177
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  • 21 - Stay-Behinds 193
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  • 22 - Specter 199
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  • 23 - Fire Support Base Belcher 211
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  • 24 - The Third Marines 219
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  • 25 - Nhi Ha Village 231
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  • 26 - The Second Day 243
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  • 27 - 4 May 251
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  • 28 - Lam Xuan 259
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  • 29 - Xom Phoung 263
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  • 30 - Home to the Que Son Valley 281
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  • 31 - Hill 406 293
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  • 32 - The Final Objective: Hill 104 307
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  • Epilogue 315
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  • Glossary 319
  • Bibliography 323
  • Index 329
  • About the Book 335
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