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Naval Advisory Group Vietnam

U.S. Navy advisors helped transform the Vietnam Navy from a small collection of landing craft and minesweepers to the world's fifth largest navy - a modern service of 42,000 sailors and 1,500 surface vessels capable of fighting not only on the rivers of Vietnam but also far out to sea. At peak strength in 1968, the American naval advisory group consisted of 534 men.

Veterans: 6
Latest Activity: Feb 18

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ATSB Moc Hoa, ATSB Tuyen Nhon, RPD 64

Started by Michael McCann. Last reply by Michael McCann Feb 18. 3 Replies

I got to VN in April of 1971 got to Moc Hoa right after the turnover. Did about 30 patrols with the VNs on the Vam Co Tay River, and Kinh Muoi Hai Canal up near the Cambodian border. The base at Moc…Continue

Naval Advisory Group 1967- 1968 Siagon Vietnam

Started by Kenneth D Campbell Jan 9. 0 Replies

I arrived in Siagon Vietnam on 14 July 1967 Assigned to Comus MACV (NAG)   until 1 July 1968 Continue

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Comment by Alvin Leslie Hall on November 12, 2014 at 8:15pm

I went to RVN as a member of the Naval Support Activity in April 20, 1970 and was stationed at Ben Luc, working on patrol river boats, November 1970, I was transferred to Dong Tam and was assigned to the naval advisory group, training the vietamese to take over the war.I had worked with them in Ben Luc and picked up a lot on the language.

Comment by John W. Berry on August 25, 2014 at 3:37pm

MACV HQ Saigon


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