VIETNAM ORDER OF BATTLE. FINALLY! After many years, this complete, illustrated reference to U.S. Army forces in Vietnam 1961-1973 has been republished.
VIETNAM ORDER OF BATTLE by Captain Shelby L. Stanton US Army (Ret.); foreword by Gen. William C. Westmoreland. A monumental, encyclopedic work of immense detail concerning U.S. Army and allied forces that fought in the Vietnam War from 1962 through 1973.
Extensive lists of units providing a record of every Army unit that served in Vietnam, down to and including separate companies, and also including U.S. Army aviation and riverine units. Shoulder patches and distinctive unit insignia of all divisions and battalions. Extensive maps portraying unit locations at each six-month interval. Photographs and descriptions of all major types of equipment employed in the conflict. Included virtually every American Army unit that served in Vietnam. No existing book comes close to this scope. Plus much more! Extra large 9-1/2"x12" volume. 416 pages - 32 in full color, 101 pages halftones.
About the Author:
Capt. Shelby L. Stanton (1948-) served as an infantry officer in Vietnam, Thailand, and Laos during the Vietnam War. A recipient of the Purple Heart, he is an attorney and author of several books on military affairs. He resides in Bethesda, Maryland.
"A work of rare commemorative and historical value" ~ Gen. William C. Westmoreland
"An information source without equal" ~ Dr. J. H. Hatcher, Archivist of the Army