INTO CAMBODIA. An intimate view of the 'border war' and the explosive May-June 1970 U.S./ARVN incursion into the NVA communist sanctuaries in Cambodia. Detailed combat action accounts down to the platoon level.
INTO CAMBODIA. by Critically Acclaimed Author & Historian of the Vietnam War, Keith William Nolan. Revised edition with photograghs. The explosive May-June 1970 U.S./ARVN invasion of Cambodia's Fish Hook, Angel's Wing, Parrot's Beak and Dog's Face border areas. The largest caches and NVA basecamps captured by American and ARVN forces during the Vietnam War were taken during this highly successful 60-day incursion. Had this operation been extended, it may have altered the course of the War.
This is a well researched and exciting work of non-stop combat presented as only Keith Nolan can deliver. It is a combat narrative at its best drawn from hundreds of dramatic of testimonies from combat veteran of the 1970 Invasion Into Cambodia. - Fish Hook - Parrot's Beak - Angel's Wing - Dog's Face. Includes the bloody battle on the first day of the Cambodian invasion in which C.I.B. Media president Frank R. Cambria received his second Purple Heart while serving with the Blackhorse Regiment. Photos, maps.