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By Duoc Le

This e-book is telling precise tales, that have been recorded by means of a tender artillery officer of the ARVN within the wartime of Vietnam War.

April 30, 1975, this present day the Vietnam conflict ended after greater than twenty years because the Geneva Accords divided Vietnam nation into components on July 20, 1954. The battle ended in advance and all at once. It used to be past the mind's eye of all parts of the inhabitants dwelling in Saigon Regime of South Vietnam on the time.

The battles weren't a tremendous deciding on think about finishing the warfare. The Ban Me Thuot battlefield used to be the 1st conflict within the offensive crusade of the North Vietnamese Communist in 1975. yet at this conflict the VC didn't trap the B50 base all through seven days and nights of struggling with even supposing the ARVN strength was once just one Battalion. If the enemy used to be strong sufficient, they can have swallowed us up within the early days of the conflict the place there have been greater than sour combating 7 days and nights yet they didn't. That used to be a truth, no controversy.

In truth, i discovered that the top of the battle looked to be an association from the main senior leaders of the govt of the South on the time; which used to be essentially outlined via the heartless assertion of Duong Van Minh on April 30, 1975.

Meanwhile, i used to be a tender officer within the ARVN, so i will not put out of your mind that day. worldwide, i haven't visible any warfare that once the top had 5 prime generals dedicate suicide reminiscent of the battle in Vietnam.

Indeed, the assaults via T-54 tanks of the enemy have been repulsed instantly via our cellular anti-tank method; the hero to say was once Sergeant Ket. He used to be the third board of the regiment, voluntary head of the anti-tank corporation. They have been mobilized alongside the safety traces and used completely the anti-tank gun M-72. whenever an energetic T-54 seemed, they have been bravely crawling to the scene and able to ambush. hence, at any time when enemy tanks seemed they instantly hit a couple of with M-72s while. What iron with out fireplace whilst hit through M-72 rockets?

While the TOC of the regimental commander was once situated in a bunker deep underground, the bunker roof used to be bolstered with a meter thick concrete. This used to be a military base the yank army had developed and left in the back of, so the 130mm cannon of the enemy was once now not adequate damaging energy to damage in the course of the concrete thickness conserving the hatch covers.

Therefore, the enemy assault was once thoroughly dead opposed to us, even though they have been making an attempt difficult. in addition to that, within the days of severe combating we had destroyed 2 long-barreled artillery cannons (85mm) from a southern hilltop open air of the bottom that have been pulled by way of 2 Molotovas. So most of these captured resources our military needed to take ownership of and drag them into the bottom. On those Molotovas nonetheless remained intact, many ammunitions and dry meals made by means of the chinese language. those have been the importance of the conflict at B-50 base. in retrospect, the location of the conflict used to be so obvious and we have been proactive in this conflict. yet our superiors didn't care approximately conserving this army deploy.

In the final radio dialog among the third board of II Corps Commander and Lt. Colonel Vo An at the morning of March 17, 1975 during the transmission of the remark aircraft L-19, I heard the next: “There are not any plans for Nguyen Hue, Nguyen Hue looks after yourself.” Nguyen Hue used to be the given identify of Lt. Colonel Vo An. This used to be the final sentence within the radio dialog. I instantly observed the face of Lt. Col. Vo An was once disconcerted. He rotated and acknowledged to us, “They have given up on us, so be ready to move, then.” after which he used to be unhappy and went on within quietly.

Therefore, the struggle ended all at once for me as a dream, as an phantasm. I by no means notion that our part may lose, yet that was once the outcome. So, in my center there's nonetheless a twinge till this day approximately why our superiors gave up? nearly forty years have handed then, however the twinge continues to be now not over…

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