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nguoi tien su

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    I am mainly interested in USAF and VNAF uniforms and equipments (Vietnam War). I also like advisors' items and especially when related to VNAF and VNMC! I lived in Saigon from 2000 to 2008 and went many times to Cambodia but also Laos and Thailand where I have now settled.

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  1. Here we go! Finally something that settles the ID: March 5, 1971 - Under an American flag, a sign reads 'Germonimo Sir; C Co 1st 501 Inf; Maulin Cobra, Swift Deadly' outside a bunker, Khe Sanh, Republic of Vietnam. (Photo by Christopher Jensen/Getty Images)
  2. This woven example is nice and not easy to find. Here is the printed version.
  3. You can see the patch and the card on this photo. (Source late Maj. WAITE, 1967/68).
  4. The card is the one for the rules of the Popular Forces.
  5. There is one profile on Linkedin saying that the guy worked as deputy director, Afghan Local Police Special Operations Advisory Cell at NSOCC-A/SOJTF-A. I also received those from Kabul.
  6. Probably more accurate indeed. I have seen several photos with South Vietnamese flags displayed and the world captured in the caption. Someone missed something
  7. I was lucky to get another part of Col. Rhoades's estate and this desirable Windproof set.. I am waiting for photos of his OG-107s (MACV), patches and boots.
  8. By 1972, this was not the design of the Cambodian flag anymore. It had been changed in October 1970, when Lon Nol became the new leader in Cambodia. And it is not the flag used by the Khmer Rouge either. If it was "captured" that would be the flag of a "neutral" country that did not exist anymore?
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