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CMH 91-14-1. United States Army in Vietnam. Covers how the engineers grew from a few advisory detachments to a force of more than 10 percent of the Army troops serving in South Vietnam. The 35th Engineer Group began arriving in large numbers in June 1965 to begin transforming Cam Ranh Bay into a major port, airfield, and depot complex. Within a few years, the Army engineers had expanded to a command, two brigades, six groups, twenty-eight construction and combat battalions, and many smaller units.
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- Defense Dept., Army, Center of Military History
- Traas, Adrian G.
- 2010: 672 p.; ill.
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- Center of Military History Publication 91- 14-1United States Army in VietnamVietnam WarMilitary HistoryArmy History
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