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  • All The Way Brigade Executive Team:

    Garry Bowles, Bill Lord, Jack Peevy, Ed Polonitza & Jay Snyder

    The all the way brigade invites all of our 1st Cavalry brothers from all units to join us this veterans day to honor and remember all veterans past & present. All scheduled meetings, meals and functions are available to all who would like to attend.

    For more information:

    http://www.allthewaybrigade.com/Veterans-Day-2006.htm


  • Vietnam Revisited-A Veteran’s Diary: Ron Sleeis' account of his 1994 return to Vietnam.
http://www.vietvet.org/rsdiary.htm

  • Viet Cong bugler in the Ia Drang Valley Battle
http://www.tapsbugler.com/Vietnam-WTC.html


  • 1st ANNUAL IA DRANG ASSOCIATION REUNION 1988 ALL PHOTOS BY MIKE BODNAR C 2\7 CAV 1969 FIRST TEAM! GARRYOWEN! GO TO 1ST ANNUAL IA DRANG REUNION PAGE #: You are here: 1 2 3 4 5 6
http://members.tripod.com/~mbodnar27/1stIaDrangReunion1.html

  • Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association:   information for 1/9 CAV 1 CAV For date 651103 1/9 CAV 1 CAV was a US Army unit Primary service involved, US Army Pleiku Province, II Corps, South Vietnam Location, Plei
http://www.vhpa.org/

  • LRRP 2nd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division Ia Drang Valley Republic of South Vietnam 1966-67 photos from Mike Lapolla 2819 South Cincinnati Avenue, Tulsa,  74114 (918) 742-3503 3/22/99 Click here to start Table of Contents LRRP 2nd Brigade, 4th In
http://4thdivrangers.com/LRRP Photos/

  • Ia Drang Valley Campaign-By Pete Jones- This article is a piece I first wrote for my local club newsletter (which I also edit). I hope you find it interesting and is a good idea for a scenario in either 6mm for the entire battle or in l5mm/20mm for the desperation of B
http://www.soft.net.uk/entrinet/dustoff1.htm

  • “Memorial To Ia Drang Valley Casualties”-"We few, we happy few, we band of brothers; For he today that sheds his blood with me Shall be my brother." (Shakespeare, Henry V, Act IV, Scene 3) Visit "We Were Soldiers Once, and Young" IN MEMORY Of these brave soldiers of the First Cavalry
http://www.virtualwall.org/units/IaDrang.htm

  • "A Reporter's Journal From Hell"  by Joe Galloway  The Digital Journalist

http://www.digitaljournalist.org/issue0204/galloway2.htm

  • Vietnam Photos- HOME Vietnam Photos ALBUM IA DRANG STAMP PAINTING BY JON WALLENIUS B CO. 2/7TH CAV. '65 - '66. ORIGINAL IS HANGING AT DIV HQ, FT. HOOD Sign The Association's Guestbook View Guestbook Entries
http://www.vvm.com/~firstcav/stamp.htm

  • Norm Kroger’s “The Operational Art of War, Volume I: 1956-2000 Modern Battles” The Military Art: The theory and practice of combat. The Operational Scale: A view of the battlefield on a scale just exceeding that at which differing ranges of various direct fire
http://207.211.212.35/normkoger/toaw2.html

  • Norm Kroger’s “The Operational Art of War, Volume II: 1956-2000 Modern Battles” Game's designer introduces his sequel to the acclaimed TOAW, with details on its scenarios and links to media coverage.
http://home.austin.rr.com/normkoger/toaw2.html

  • The American Experience/Vietnam/Timeline/Details-Heavy Fighting at Ia Drang Valley The first conventional battle of the Vietnam war takes place as American forces clash with North Vietnamese units in the Ia Drang Valley. The US 1st Air Cavalry Division employs its newly enhanced technique of aerial warfare
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/vietnam/time/details/6503.html

  • From the Delta to the DMZ…-This site does not try to document the entire history of the Vietnam War but is intended as a picture essay, illustrating some of the incredible conditions under which soldiers from both sides lived, fought, played and ultimately died. The legendary combat photographer, Tim Page, to almost all of the images shown.
http://www.vietnampix.com/index.html

  • Beyond the Ia Drang Valley:  by COL. COLE C. KINGSEED, USA Ret., Ph.D., a former professor of history at the U.S. Military Academy, writer and consultant.
http://www.ausa.org/webpub/DeptArmyMagazine.nsf/byid/CCRN-6CCS62



  • The Battle of Ia Drang Valley:  by LTC Kenneth R Pierce from "Military Review [MR]", Vol LXIX, 1-89

http://www.hadit.com/library/vietnam/THE%20BATTLE%20OF%20IA%20DRANG%20VALLEY.htm

  • Cindi’s POW/MIA Page-MY ADOPTED POW/MIA The song playing is WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD by LOUIS ARMSTRONG I WILL NOT FORGET . This page will be maintained and updated as information is made available until all AMERICAN PERSONNEL are either walking on or planted in AMERICAN
http://www.geocities.com/Nashville/1264/mia.html

  • We Were Soldiers Once And Young. Joe Galloway photographs of lz x-ray, the ia drang valley, vietnam
http://www.weweresoldiers.net/

http://www.lzxray.com/

  • Charlie TroopThis site is dedicated to the memory of those brave men who gave the last measure of devotion to their country and comrades while serving with Troop C, First Squadron, Ninth Cavalry Regiment, First Cavalry Division (Airmobile).
http://cavalier44.my100megs.com/

  • The Big Picture:  Overviews of Delta Troop in Vietnam:  Dedicated to B Troop, 3/17th Air Cavalry, 1968 War Zone C
http://splorg.org:8080/vietnam/thebigpicture.html

  • Military Historical Tours, Inc.:  These journeys are undertaken to allow the participants to come to an understanding of the events that transpired and how they connected to the history of our nation,  and to the world.   Serving Veterans, Educators, Historians and their families since 1987
http://www.miltours.com/


  • Veterans Network:  A site dedicated to Veterans, their stories, veterans issues, and resources
 http://www.veteransnetwork.org/

  • Alpha Company 65-66 History
    Battle of Pleiku, 3-4 November 1965, First Night Air Assault in U.S. Army History and the 1st Air Cavalry Division (Airmobile), by Company A,  1st of the 8th Cavalry, Airborne, Air Assault, Airmobile

    This account of one of our most famous battles, the Night Air Assault by Company A, 1st of the 8th Cav, comes from the Book, “Year of the Horse, Vietnam”. Quotes come from the Warriors who were there, actually on the ground. The following account of this famous battle came from After Action Reports, a report from the Commanding Officer of A Company, Captain Ted Danielsen; a report from Charlie Black, War Correspondent for the Columbus Enquirer; and a letter and final report from the Commander of the 1st of the 9th Cavalry Squadron.
     

    http://www.geocities.com/alphamustangs/



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