This is the original website created in 1997 by
myself to pay my own tribute to a forgotten A-camp and it USSF team members.
Back in 97 this was only
a few pages strong but with the help, stories and photos from
many members of its A-teams, this has now grown to a quite
unique record of the look and life of an A-camp in the mountains
of the I CORPS of South Vietnam.
| Ha Thanh
This part of the website was started in 2008
and is a study
of one of Gia Vuc sister A-camp: Ha Thanh.
This has also has been build with full support of its
You will find photos and a lot of information on the camp
and life of its A-team.
The study is similar to the one done on Gia Vuc with photos and
stories from its team members.
This is for many an unknown part of the Vietnam
The French fought the first Indochina war from 1945 to 1954 and
this part of the website will bring you an insight into it.
You will find pages on French Special Forces which assumed
similar missions to the CIDG program and SOG as well as a short
study of the battle of Dien Bien Phu and French forces.
This part of the site treat
with various unit mostly situated in the I CORPS.
You will find pages on:
Dinh Hit (story of a nurse and a young montagnard boy)
This is a new part to give a permanent
home to some of my father's works: Bob was 10 years old when he
saw his first G.I. liberating his home town in 1944. For ever grateful.
In 1997, with the help of the Association des Cadres de Reserves du Pay de Fontainebleau,
he orgenised a plaque for the 50th Anniversary of the opening of the
Liberty road, 2005 a plaque in the memory of the US units which
liberated Fontainebleau and 2008 the 60th Ceremonies and the shipment of
a Marker to the National Infantry museum at Fort Benning USA.