Tag Archives: Cambodia

46 years later… Operation Tame the West

Jerry Adams, Sr. and I would be part of 7th Air Force headquarters (Saigon) consolidation. Sending available Security Policemen from airbases in South Vietnam.  We meet sometime after March 14th, 1970. Jerry had been assigned to the 3rd Security Police … Continue reading

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May 6th, 1970 afternoon –

May 6th, 1970 afternoon – Kent State students die. What I’m about to share is an observation of what occurred with Tiger Flight, Pleiku airbase. I’m not clear of the day, May 5th or May 6th at formation and briefing … Continue reading

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May 5th, 1970 –

Sometime on May 2nd, I had that day off; and on my way to the base PX. As I approached the main entrance, I noticed the Army grunts from the 4th Infantry Division, walking out behind their “Top” (slang for … Continue reading

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More about Operation Tame the West campaign.

More about Operation Tame the West – May 5, 1970. Sometime after the book “Into Cambodia” was written by Keith William Nolan ( passed away from cancer in 2009), published in 1990 by Presidio. I discovered this narrative account in … Continue reading

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