HA THANH CIDG camp,
I CTZ, South Vietnam

Ha Thanh was opened on the 28 April 1965  by Cpt J.A Helms A-5/33 team, 
later on Ha Thanh A-team was designated as A-104.

Ha Thanh is situated in the Son Ha District, Quang Ngai Province 
in the Highlands of South Vietnam.

 Like many more camps, Ha Thanh was converted to Vietnamese Border Ranger late August 1970.

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If you compare the 1966 photos with the 1970 ones,
 you will notice that Ha Than like all A-camp has harden itself, with some more concreted mortar pits and bunkers, 
especially by the entrance road.


Ha Thanh Camp Roster

Please see specific year
 
For more information please check specific years


Mike C. Natale 
passed away on the 5th of June 2010,
 If you would like to say a few words 
in memory of Mike,
please
visit his page.

 

Please note any pages on the Ha Thanh/Gia Vuc websites are work in progress and are open to rectification.
Please get in touch if you have new material, correction or information, see contact page.

Couple of articles on Ha Thanh are in the Green Beret Magazine, 
Volume II, 1967,  Issue 3 page 5 and issue 7 page 6-7, 
REPRINTS ARE AVAILABLE VIA RADIX PRESS, use the link below

 

 

 

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