The Only Tank Battle of The Vietnam War

PT-76 tank destroyed by the Americans (Public domain)

For all of its infamy and years of bloody fighting, the Vietnam War featured precious few engagements that involved tanks and armored vehicles. The vast majority of the fighting took place in far flung hamlets and flooded rice paddies far from the major population centers. Ambushes in the jungles were far more common than…




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