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1SG Patrick Sims
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In April 1970 I was in the Navy River Patrol and was part of the invasion of Cambodia. We captured North Vietnamese staff officers with spit shined boots with starched and pressed uniformed. We captured ammunition catches so big, there wasn't enough wire in the world to get away from it. We had to have the engineers take it apart and blow it in different places. While were on the subject of ammunition, we also found ammunition with nerve gas---something you would never see on the 6 o'clock news. The invasion was a major setback for the North Vietnamese. Incidentally, the glorious freedom fighters of the Viet Cong were wiped out in the Tet offensive on 1968----How do I know all this information---I was in Vietnam for 915 days---From the last week of November 1967 to the first week of June 1970---I saw this with my own eyes----I didn't get my information from some news room dip-shit.
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SP5 Mark Kuzinski
SP5 Mark Kuzinski
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Awesome 1SG Patrick Sims - thank you and welcome home brother.
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COL Mikel J. Burroughs
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SP5 Mark Kuzinski Thanks for including me on this post - I'm out of ammunition this morning already on votes, but I've got you cover for tomorrow!
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SP5 Mark Kuzinski
SP5 Mark Kuzinski
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No problem COL Mikel J. Burroughs - have a great day.
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SGT John " Mac " McConnell
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I was a pre teen during this time frame... Thanks for sharing..
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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I'm with you on the age and time frame.
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