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Lists of allied military operations of the Vietnam War

The many allied military operations of the Vietnam War are listed on the following pages, either alphabetically, or chronologically.

Lists

By year

By name

See also

References

  • Edwin E. Moïse (1996), Tonkin Gulf and the escalation of the Vietnam War, 304 pages
  • Lewis Sorley (2007), A Better War, 528 pages
  • Institute Of Medicine, Institute of Medicine (U.S.), National Academies Press (U.S.) (2007), Veterans and agent orange, 871 pages
  • John M. Carland (2000), Combat Operations, 430 pages
  • Marvin E. Gettleman (1995), Vietnam and America, 560 pages
  • William Rosenau (2001), Special operations forces and elusive enemy ground targets, 60 pages
  • Lyndon Baines Johnson (1971), The vantage point, 636 pages
  • Mike McKinney (2003), Chariots of the Damned, 256 pages

External links

  • HELICOPTER Operations in VIETNAM
  • Special Operations in Vietnam
  • Information About Records Relating to the Vietnam War Operations Analysis (OPSANAL) System
  • Naval Operations in Vietnam
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