The War in Cambodia 1970-75 (Men-at-Arms, Volume 209) by Kenneth J. Conboy

By Kenneth J. Conboy

This booklet examines the uniforms, gear, background and organization of the troops that fought in Cambodia within the Seventies. US and Cambodian forces are all lined, together with exact Operations, and the process the conflict is summarised. Uniforms are proven in complete illustrated detail.

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30 cal. 50 cal. machine gun turret 11, D2 (28, 43) AK-47s 18, A1 (25, 38-39), 40, 42, 47 Browning automatic rifles 42 CAR-15 carbine 16, A2 (25, 40) ChiCom Type 56 rifle H3 (32, 47) Chinese Type 53 heavy machine guns 45 Chinese Type 56 light machine gun A3 (25, 41) M1 carbines/Garands 18, 33 M16 rifles 6, 18, B1 (26, 41), 42 M203 rifle/grenade launcher combination G2 (31, 46) M60 machine guns 43 M79s 42, 47 recoilless rifles 11, D2 (28, 43) RPG-7 H2 (32, 47) SAM-7 anti-aircraft missiles 7 Soviet SKS carbine H1 (32, 46) UZI sub-machine gun G1 (31, 46) women 33, 35 Men-at-Arms • 209 of the world’s military forces, past and present The War in Cambodia 1970–75 The independence of Men-at-Arms • 209 The uniforms, equipment, history and organization OSPREY Men-at-Arms PUBLISHING The War in Cambodia 1970 –75 Cambodia began a political balancing act, as the young pursued a non-aligned foreign policy to keep Cambodia out of the wars in neighbouring Laos and South Vietnam.

50 cal. machine gun turret 11, D2 (28, 43) AK-47s 18, A1 (25, 38-39), 40, 42, 47 Browning automatic rifles 42 CAR-15 carbine 16, A2 (25, 40) ChiCom Type 56 rifle H3 (32, 47) Chinese Type 53 heavy machine guns 45 Chinese Type 56 light machine gun A3 (25, 41) M1 carbines/Garands 18, 33 M16 rifles 6, 18, B1 (26, 41), 42 M203 rifle/grenade launcher combination G2 (31, 46) M60 machine guns 43 M79s 42, 47 recoilless rifles 11, D2 (28, 43) RPG-7 H2 (32, 47) SAM-7 anti-aircraft missiles 7 Soviet SKS carbine H1 (32, 46) UZI sub-machine gun G1 (31, 46) women 33, 35 Men-at-Arms • 209 of the world’s military forces, past and present The War in Cambodia 1970–75 The independence of Men-at-Arms • 209 The uniforms, equipment, history and organization OSPREY Men-at-Arms PUBLISHING The War in Cambodia 1970 –75 Cambodia began a political balancing act, as the young pursued a non-aligned foreign policy to keep Cambodia out of the wars in neighbouring Laos and South Vietnam.

5 Forces Armées Nationales Khmere (FANK) 5, 5-7, 8-9, 11, 12, 13-15, 19, 21, 24 Infantry Division (1972-1975) 38 order of Battle, August 1970: 36 women members 33 see also insignia; uniforms Forces Armées Royales Khmere (FARK) 5, 12-15, A1 (25, 38-39), A3 (25, 40-41) Front Uni National du Kampuchea (FUNK) 33-35 48 insignia 13 1er Bataillon de Parachutistes A3 (25, 41) 1st Parachute Brigade F3 (30, 45) Cambodian Air Force 18, D1 (28, 43), E1 (29, 43-44), 44 Cambodian Navy 22 FANK 17, 18, 19 armoured brigade D2 (28, 43) Recondo Co.

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