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Dien Bien Phu. Saigon. Hanoi. In 1954, they were only exotic names from a French campaign halfway around the world. But now American fighting men--proven on the bloody beaches of Normandy and in the minefields of Korea--are summoned to help beat back the guerilla forces of Ho Chi Minh. To some, the "secret" war in Indochina was the depth of folly. To others, like the Majors, it pointed to the heights of glory...

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    As a former Army A-V-I-A-T-O-R and now working for a DOD contactor, I remember hearing the stories about the Key West Agreement from the "Old Guys" and how the Air Force never could accept the concept of supporting the Army in a "direct support" role and how the Army had to use fire and maneuver techniques to get armed helicopters. We finally won but even today the Army still has to wage war with the Air Force to get the last tactical mile for cargo support. The Air Force killed the Army's last great hope to replace their aging Sherpas with the Spartan which would have filled that void. Some lessons need to be learned.


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