By Albert Grandolini
Armor of the Vietnam struggle (2) Asian Forces is written by means of Albert Grandolini and released via harmony guides corporation. The e-book is an illustrated background of the tracked motor vehicle utilized by Cambodian and North and South Vietnamese forces through the Viet Nam warfare period. It comes with statement, black and white photos and colour prints.
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Socialist Republic of 3tnam) In the ultimate military exercise, Communist troops simulate an attack after disembarking from K-63 APCs. In the following weeks, they would be sent to South Vietnam to participate in the Nguyen Hue Offensive that started on 30 March 1972. Some 200 K-63s and BTR-50PKs were engaged in the attack across the DMZ. The vehicles had their mudguards removed and were camouflaged with foliage. (Socialist Republic of Vietnam) Communist troops disembark from a ZiS-485 amphibious truck.
Here a column of T-54As of the 201st Armored is seen Regiment advancing unopposed through the forward fire support bases of the ARVN 3rd Division . (Socialist Republic of Vietnam) The PAV' t~ ~ employed Chinese-built Ty ~:~ 63 light tank combat for the fi, time during tr ~ 1972 Easts Offensive. = opening phase = the Nguyen H I ·~ Offensive. (Socialist Repub of Vietnam) 52 The Type 63 is based on the Soviet PT-76 tank. The hull was strengthened to accommodate a new turret that housed an 85mm gun instead of the : -ginal 76mm gun .
This very rare photo shows a North Vietnamese SU-100. Note that the vehicle is equipped with different types of wheels. (Socialist Republic of Vietnam) A FANK AMX-13 transports a load of infantry. Like the M-24s, the last AMX-13s were withdrawn from service around 1974 since the French government decided to place an embargo on spare parts. (Darasy Var Collection) In October 1973, a PAVN Dac Cong special forces commando unit raided the Phnom Penh Olympic Stadium, where an armored vehicle collection was housed.