The 9th Infantry Division in Vietnam: Unparalleled and Unequaled

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Introduction

1. Maj. Gen. Harris W. Hollis to Commanding General II Field Force, Vietnam, APO 96266, Subject: Recommendation for Award of the Presidential Unit Citation, May 1969, Headquarters 9th Infantry Division, Republic of Vietnam. Unless otherwise noted, all papers, correspondences, and other documents from the 9th Division are in the author’s possession.

2. These improvements are discussed in detail in Julian J. Ewell and Ira A. Hunt Jr., Sharpening the Combat Edge: The Use of Analysis to Reinforce Military Judgment, Vietnam Studies (1975; repr., Washington, D.C.: Department of the Army, 1995).


1. Securing the Mekong Delta

1. Dong Tam Base COs, Briefing, 1 Dec 1967, Dong Tam Base History, Progress and Plans. Dong Tam, Republic of Vietnam.

2. William B. Fulton, Riverine Operations, 1966–1969, Vietnam Studies series (Washington, D.C.: Department of the Army, 1972).

2. The General Offensive and General Uprising

1. Operational Report, 9th Infantry Division, for Period Ending 30 April 1968, RCS CSFOR-65(R1), 12 May 1969, 9th Infantry Division, Republic of Vietnam.

2. Dinh Th o Tran, Pacification, Indochina Monographs series (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Army Center of Military History, 1977).

3. Memorandum for COMUSMACV. Incident at Pham The Hien Port on

9 May 1968, Battle of Saigon, 9 August 1968. Headquarters, 9th Infantry Division, Republic of Vietnam

4. Lt. Col. L. A. Spirito, Subject: Identification of VC Base Areas, 12 August 1968. Headquarters 9th Infantry Division, Republic of Vietnam.

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