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VIETNAM COMBAT - The Unknown War Part 1
VIETNAM COMBAT - The Unknown War Part 2
VIETNAM COMBAT - The Unknown War Part 3

The American boys, who served in the Combined Action Program, had to be able to relate extremely well with others, regardless of culture, color, race or religion.
 
"The biggest difference with the Marines of Cap…
was our ability to look behind the betel
nut stained, aged Vietnamese face
and see someone's grandmother."
Stated by LtColonel William Corson - The commander of the Combined Action Program 1967-68

THE HISTORY CHANNEL
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Col. Joseph H. Alexander, USMC (RET.) with Don Horan and Norman C. Stahl

"Despite its unpopularity at the highest levels (of the U.S. Military) , the CAP Program was the major and most successful Marine Corps contribution to the Vietnam War."  Col. Joseph H. Alexander, USMC (RET.)
 
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Dirty Little Secrets of the Vietnam War.
James F. Dunnigan & Albert A. Nofi.  
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Combined Action Program
Phu Da (Duc Duc Resettlement Village)

LIFE Magazine August 25, 1967
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The below picture is worth 10,000 words...!   GOD BLESS OUR MILITARY.   Please press the link below the picture to see a larger copy and the story behind it.
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The Experiences of a Vietnam Veteran During and Right after the Vietnam War