Table of Contents – August 2010 Vietnam magazine

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FEATURES

Smashing Sanctuaries in Cambodia
by Michael B. Christy
When it crossed the border in May 1970, Charlie Company could not imagine that it would be the last unit out, or its fate that lay ahead

Portfolio: Vietnam’s War Dogs
Introduction by John Burnam
Dogs are indeed a man’s best friend—especially on the battlefield

The War’s Final Firefight – the Mayaguez Incident
by Ric Hunter
The desperate and costly battle triggered by the May 1975 Mayaguez incident left 21 Americans dead, the last names on The Wall

Dieter Dengler’s Great Escape from Laotian POW Camp
by Bruce Henderson
How one POW beat crushing odds with guts and guile to engineer the war’s greatest escape from a jungle prison camp deep inside Laos

About Bruce Henderson: Read about Bruce Henderson and His Quest to Write Full Story of Dieter Dengler’s Life

Kids Can Kill Too
by Donald Tyler
An observation plane pilot’s chilling encounter epitomized the perils and uncertainties of warfare in Vietnam

Dispatches from Saigon
by Don North
A reunion of war reporters and photographers at the storied Caravelle Hotel during April’s 35th anniversary of the fall of Saigon stirs old memories and new observations from “Old Hacks”

DEPARTMENTS

Letters from Readers

News

Arsenal
The simple, solid Grease Gun

Interview
James G. Zumwalt: author of Bare Feet, Iron Will: Stories from the Other Side of Vietnam’s Battlefields

My War
Warrant Officer 1 John Dean: Huey aircraft commander

Homefront
What was happening back in the States in July/August 1964

Letter from Vietnam magazine

Reviews
Voices from the Vietnam War, by Xiaobing Li 

Cash on Delivery: CIA Special Operations During the Secret War in Laos, by Thomas Leo Briggs 

After My Lai, My Year Commanding First Platoon, Charlie Company, by Gary W. Bray

F-105 Thunderchief Units of the Vietnam War, by Peter Davies

Offerings Left at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
 

One Response

  1. SP/5 Juan A Gabriel-Agosto

    On the story of Smashing Sanctuaries in Cambodia I have pictures taken by my friend and member of the 221st Signal Company (PIC) SEAPC with HQ in Long Binh. I served there from June 1969 thru July 1970. My first 6 months in country I flew all around VN doing repairs to equipment on the units detachments all over Nam. Then on my last 6 months and when I got promoted to E5 I was sent to Saigon Det in Ton Son Nough. On june when I very short I was asked by my NCOIC SSG Miguel Perez to do some driving as usual as I done before and was to take SP/5 Gonzalves to go Dau Ha area and from there to Tai Ninh and comiong back was the litlle wrong turn taht almost got us kill. i would loke to contact Captain Michael Christy to send him some of those pictures.

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