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June 19-21, 1967     The Mobile Riverine Force with the 3/47, 4/47 and 5/60 Inf of the 9th Infantry Division and the 2/46 ARVN mount Operation CONCORDIA I in the Can Giouc District of Long An Province, trapping the 5th Nha Be VC Local Force battalion and killing 255. US Casualties are 46 KIA and 150 WIA.    CAN GIOUC OPERATION

June 19-21, 1967 The Mobile Riverine Force with the 3/47, 4/47 and 5/60 Inf of the 9th Infantry Division and the 2/46 ARVN mount Operation CONCORDIA I in the Can Giouc District of Long An Province, trapping the 5th Nha Be VC Local Force battalion and killing 255. US Casualties are 46 KIA and 150 WIA. CAN GIOUC OPERATION

June 14, 1967     General Westmoreland presented the Presidential Unit Citation to the ARVN 37th Ranger Battalion, the 934th Regional Forces Company and the 2d Platoon, Battery B, 21st Artillery Battalion of the 2nd ARVN Division, for extraordinary heroism during battle with the Viet Cong on November 22, 1965.

June 14, 1967 General Westmoreland presented the Presidential Unit Citation to the ARVN 37th Ranger Battalion, the 934th Regional Forces Company and the 2d Platoon, Battery B, 21st Artillery Battalion of the 2nd ARVN Division, for extraordinary heroism during battle with the Viet Cong on November 22, 1965.

August 19 -September 9, 1967     The Mobile Riverine Force with the 3/39, 3/47 and 3/60 of the 9th Infantry Division begin Operation CORONADO IV, a search and destroy operation in the III and IV Corps Provinces on the seaside around Saigon.

August 19 -September 9, 1967 The Mobile Riverine Force with the 3/39, 3/47 and 3/60 of the 9th Infantry Division begin Operation CORONADO IV, a search and destroy operation in the III and IV Corps Provinces on the seaside around Saigon.

May 17 - December 7, 1967     The 1st Brigade, 25th Infantry Division begins Operation BARKING SANDS in Binh Duong Province while the 3d Brigade, 4th Infantry Division (redesignated 3d Brigade, 25th Infantry Division on August 1, 1967) launches Operation DIAMOND HEAD in Tay Ninh Province. More than 500 Vietcong are killed

May 17 - December 7, 1967 The 1st Brigade, 25th Infantry Division begins Operation BARKING SANDS in Binh Duong Province while the 3d Brigade, 4th Infantry Division (redesignated 3d Brigade, 25th Infantry Division on August 1, 1967) launches Operation DIAMOND HEAD in Tay Ninh Province. More than 500 Vietcong are killed

March 8 - April 8, 1967     The 2d Brigade, 25th Infantry Division (1/27, 2/27) and 34th ARVN Ranger Battalion initiate Operation WAIALUA to stop the flow of VC supplies on the Song Vam Co Dong in Hau Nghia Province. 67 VC are killed and 14 captured.

March 8 - April 8, 1967 The 2d Brigade, 25th Infantry Division (1/27, 2/27) and 34th ARVN Ranger Battalion initiate Operation WAIALUA to stop the flow of VC supplies on the Song Vam Co Dong in Hau Nghia Province. 67 VC are killed and 14 captured.

December 1, 1966 - May 14, 1967   The 25th Infantry Division begins Operation ALA MOANA in Hau Nghia and Binh Duong Provinces to destroy VC forces, supplies and base camps near the division base camp at Cu Chi, and in the Filhol Plantation, and to provide security for the Cu Chi base camp and surrounding area. 1st and 2nd Brigades, 25th Infantry Division continued participation in Operation ALA MOANA, employing local security operations, without significant contact until the termination of

December 1, 1966 - May 14, 1967 The 25th Infantry Division begins Operation ALA MOANA in Hau Nghia and Binh Duong Provinces to destroy VC forces, supplies and base camps near the division base camp at Cu Chi, and in the Filhol Plantation, and to provide security for the Cu Chi base camp and surrounding area. 1st and 2nd Brigades, 25th Infantry Division continued participation in Operation ALA MOANA, employing local security operations, without significant contact until the termination of

February 13, 1967 - March 11, 1968     Operation ENTERPRISE initiated. This long-term, combined operation by the 3d Brigade, 9th Inf Div (3/39th, 2/60th, and the 5/60th Inf Bns) with ARVN, Regional and Popular Forces had the goal to clear the VC from Long An Province. The 25th Inf Div would contributed the 2/14th Inf and eventually the 199th LIB would commit the 2/3d, 3/7th and the 4/12th Inf Bns. Their primary foe was the 506th VC Bn. The operation claimed 2,107 known enemy casualties versu

February 13, 1967 - March 11, 1968 Operation ENTERPRISE initiated. This long-term, combined operation by the 3d Brigade, 9th Inf Div (3/39th, 2/60th, and the 5/60th Inf Bns) with ARVN, Regional and Popular Forces had the goal to clear the VC from Long An Province. The 25th Inf Div would contributed the 2/14th Inf and eventually the 199th LIB would commit the 2/3d, 3/7th and the 4/12th Inf Bns. Their primary foe was the 506th VC Bn. The operation claimed 2,107 known enemy casualties versu

April 3 - 15, 1967     The 9th Infantry Division with 2/39 Inf, 2/47 Inf (M) and 3/5 Cav joins 5 and 6RAR to begin Operation PORTSEA between Binh Gia and Xuyen Moc in Phuoc Tuy Province to disrupt VC supply lines. Enemy losses are 44 killed.    (A rare picture of Viet Cong soldiers of the D445 Provincial Mobile Battalion who operated mainly in Phuoc Tuy Province)  __________________

April 3 - 15, 1967 The 9th Infantry Division with 2/39 Inf, 2/47 Inf (M) and 3/5 Cav joins 5 and 6RAR to begin Operation PORTSEA between Binh Gia and Xuyen Moc in Phuoc Tuy Province to disrupt VC supply lines. Enemy losses are 44 killed. (A rare picture of Viet Cong soldiers of the D445 Provincial Mobile Battalion who operated mainly in Phuoc Tuy Province) __________________

March 7 - April 18, 1967     Elements of the 26th and 28th ROK regiments launch a 40-day search and destroy operation named OH JAC KYO I in Phu Yen Province, linking the Korean Capital and 9th divisions' TAORs. Friendly losses are 23 killed and 115 wounded. Enemy losses are 831 killed, 418 detained, 630 individual and 29 crew-served weapons

March 7 - April 18, 1967 Elements of the 26th and 28th ROK regiments launch a 40-day search and destroy operation named OH JAC KYO I in Phu Yen Province, linking the Korean Capital and 9th divisions' TAORs. Friendly losses are 23 killed and 115 wounded. Enemy losses are 831 killed, 418 detained, 630 individual and 29 crew-served weapons

04 Feb 1966, Near Bong Son, South Vietnam --- Anguish crosses the face of this busy Medic shouting for a stretcher team as he treats a wounded soldier of the U.S. 1st Cavalry Division near Bong Son. The trooper was hit by enemy fire during "Operation Masher," 300 miles northeast of Saigon. The sweep by American forces killed a reported 325 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese regulars. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

04 Feb 1966, Near Bong Son, South Vietnam --- Anguish crosses the face of this busy Medic shouting for a stretcher team as he treats a wounded soldier of the U.S. 1st Cavalry Division near Bong Son. The trooper was hit by enemy fire during "Operation Masher," 300 miles northeast of Saigon. The sweep by American forces killed a reported 325 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese regulars. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

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