By Lou Drendel
Outfitted from 1954 to 1979, Douglas Skyhawk had an extended construction lifestyles than the other of the unfastened Worlds wrestle plane and served because the ordinary mild assault service airplane of the U.S. army for nearly two decades, offering the majority of its remarkable strength in the course of a lot of the Vietnam warfare.
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Martial law was declared on November 26. December 6 A major Viet Cong offensive began in the An Lao Valley, Binh Dinh province. S. bombing of Communist transportation lines in eastern Laos, began. S. officers’ quarters), in Saigon. December 28, 1964 to January 3, 1965: The 4th Vietnamese Marine Battalion and the 35th ARVN Ranger Battalion suffered devastating casualties in the Battle of Binh Gia. S. military personnel in South Vietnam. 1965 January 27 The Armed Forces Council deposed Prime Minister Tran Van Huong.
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A-4 Skyhawk by Lou Drendel