Armies of the Vietnam War (Men-at-Arms, Volume 143) by Lee Russell

By Lee Russell

On March eighth, 1965, a few 3,500 US Marines, the 1st US strive against troops to reach in Vietnam, landed in Da Nang to protect the united states air base there. On June eighth, following additional reinforcements, common Westmoreland licensed his troops to start "offensive patrolling." Lee Russell's follow-up to Men-at-Arms 104 focuses in finer element at the uniforms and insignia of the U.S. military and Marines, the ARVN and the NVA. The ebook is filled with beautifully exact black and white pictures of the forces energetic within the Vietnam battle, and Mike Chappell's very good illustrations supply key reference fabric for the modern uniforms and battledress.

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The Plates B1 Private, 1st Cavalry Regiment of Mexico According to 1839 regulations, the 1st was to wear yellow coats with dark red facings and medium blue trousers. This was changed on 7 September 1845. The unit was formed from the Regular Tampico Cavalry and the Active Militia of San Luis Potosi. B2 Irregular Mexican Lancer Chamberlain was in a group which captured an irregular lancer. 'Our prisoner was a guerillar [sic], clothed entirely in leather, well mounted on a small but wiry mustang. S.

The regiment had a colonel, a lieutenant-colonel, three adjutants, an armourer, a surgeon, a chaplain, a drum-major and a bugle-corporal. Pillow's attack advancing through the woods of Chapultepec, by James Walker. Note the informal hat worn by the mounted officer. S. Army photograph) 39 F1 Private, Mexican Spy Company This unit served as scouts, for Scott's army. An American reported they 'wore round felt hats encircled with a red scarf and grey jackets. The officers and non-coms wore the insignia of our army.

The California companies had a similar field uniform, only with grey, side-buttoned chaparral trousers worn over tall boots and round hats with white bands. In garrison they wore dark blue coats with green collars and cuffs, deep red lapels and turnbacks and white piping. Trousers were dark blue with red stripes and they had cavalry shakos. 27 There was also a Standing Battalion of the Californias, in dark blue coats with red collars, turnbacks and cuffs and piping in opposite colours. Collars were embroidered 'FC'.

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