Vietnam (Varies: Empire ; Primedia ; Cowles ; Weider ; HistoryNet-World)
- Digital Object Type
- Empire Press
- Item is Copyrighted - It is not available outside the VNCA building
- Gary Noller Collection
- Varies: Empire ; Primedia ; Cowles ; Weider ; HistoryNet-World
- [Varies], Virginia
- United States
- General Note
- 1988- / Bimonthly numbering: June-1 ; August-2 ; October-3 ; December-4 ; February-5 ; April-6 / Publisher Varies: Empire, Primedia Enthusiast, Cowles, Weider, HistoryNet-World / Quarterly Summer 1988-Summer 1989
- Existence: April 1994
General Note / OCR
10 Fighting Forces: For the 1st Battalion, 7th Marines, the 1968 Tet Offensive was a change to fight the enemy in the open, man to man.
14 Arsenal: Designed specifically as a helicopter gunship, the Bell AH-1G Cobra became a deadly fighting machine.
54 Book Reviews: They called it the 'peace movement,' but the turmoil on campus that ensued was anything but peaceful.
62 Perspectives: Billed as a landmark symposium on the Vietnam War, the gathering at Hampden-Sydney College was more like a trial than an academic event.
22 Fall of the Central Highlands: The Vietnam War is usually seen as a war of attrition. But its most decisive battle was a classic example of maneuver warfare.
30 Quang Tri Disaster: The 1972 Eastertide Offensive was the baptism of fire fro South Vietnam's 3rd Division. It was to become its funeral bier, as well.
38 Oliver Stone's Vietnam: One may quarrel with his movie portrayals of Vietnam, but no one can deny he earned the right to his point of view. He served in-country and received the Bronze Star.
46 Easter Airlift: The North Vietnamese Army had An Loc cut off and besieged. But they could not stop the U.S. Air Force airlifters who kept that oupost alive.
- Pub Credit Line
- 1452Serial216323, Gary Noller Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University
- Added: 15 Nov 2004 [Updated: 15 Nov 2004]