By James D. McLeroy At various times and places the Second Indochina War (1959 to 1975) displayed some of the characteristics of a South Vietnamese revolution, insurgency, guerrilla war, and civil war. Primarily, however, it was always an incremental invasion of South Vietnam by the North Vietnamese Army, at firstContinue Reading

Paper presented by Col. Andrew R. Finlayson, USMC (Ret.)* “Amateurs talk about tactics; professionals talk about logistics.”                                                                                     An old military proverb  One day in the spring of 1985, fifteen years after I had left South Vietnam for the last time, I was having lunch with my faculty advisor atContinue Reading