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VC/NVA employment of mines and booby traps.

VC/NVA employment of mines and booby traps.

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Published by Tech Intel Branch, Combined Intelligence Center, Vietnam in [Vietnam?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mặt trận dân tộc giải phóng miền nam Việt Nam -- Ordnance and ordnance stores,
  • Vietnam (Democratic Republic). -- Quân đội -- Ordnance and ordnance stores,
  • Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Equipment and supplies,
  • Mines (Military explosives) -- Vietnam (Democratic Republic),
  • Booby traps -- Vietnam (Democratic Republic)

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    ContributionsCombined Intelligence Center, Vietnam. Technical Intelligence Branch.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS557.7 .V42 196x
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[6], 262 p. :
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23913056M
    LC Control Number2009415701


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Forwarded for your information is a revised and enlarged edition of a handbook on Viet Cong mines and boobytraps used in South Vietnamo 2o The purpose of this publication is to save lives and preserve equipmento Mines and boobytraps have exacted a heavy toll of lives and property in Vietnamo Many of these casualties could have been prevented through proper care and caution based on a knowledge of such devices and the techniques of their enploymento MACJ28 SUBJECT: Mines.

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VC-NVA Employment of Mines & Booby : Vietnam. Tech Intel Branch, Combined Intelligence Center. Vietnam (Democratic Republic). Quân đội, Mặt tṛân dân ṭôc giải phóng miè̂n nam Việt Nam, Mines (Military explosives), Booby traps, Explosives, Military, Vietnam War, Publisher [Saigon] Combined Intelligence Center, Vietnam Collection libraryofthemarinecorps; fedlink; americana Digitizing sponsor Library of the.

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Viet Cong Boobytraps, Mines and Mine Warfare Techniques/5(3). The information contained in this book is intended to make each Marine aware of the ways which the VC/NVA use mines and boobytraps and to describe the means to effectively protect onets self and unit from these devices.

To aid in this objective, mines and boobytraps frequently used by the VC/NVA are identified and Size: 1MB. Mines and booby traps are favorite devices of the VC/NVA. Grenades, spike traps, AP and AT mines and a variety of other means are employed to harass, slow down, confuse, and kill friendly forces.

The forms of these weapons are limited only by the imagination of the designer. 4) most of the booby traps used by the VC worked on their own – no one needed to set them off or be around when they did.

And 5), unlike most mines, many of the Viet Cong’s booby traps were made from bamboo – mine detectors couldn’t locate them. A booby trap with bamboo spikes – Cu Chi tunnels. Photo: Jorge Láscar / Flickr / CC-BY Vietcong Improvised Explosive Mines and Booby - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.5/5(2).

VC - NVA employment of mines & booby traps by United States. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam; 1 edition; Subjects: Vietnam (Democratic Republic). Quân đội, Mặt tṛân dân ṭôc giải phóng miè̂n nam Việt Nam, Equipment and supplies, Mines (Military explosives), Vietnam War,Ordnance and ordnance stores, Military Explosives, Booby traps, Vietnam (Democratic.

VC-NVA Employment of Mines & Booby Traps Tech Intel Branch, Combined Intelligence Center, Vietnam Published by MACV, Saigon, Vietnam (). My ARMY Publications Mines and Booby Traps Used By the Viet Cong in Vietnam - BIG - Dated pages of easy, simple english explanations and detailed drawings.

The title is Min Bay Do Viet Cong, Mines and Booby Traps used by the Viet Cong in South Vietnam. The Army named the book, TC "The purpose of this publication is to save lives and preserve equipment.

Mines and booby traps were favorite devices of the VC/NVA. Grenades, spike traps, AP and AT mines and a variety of other means were employed to harass, slow down, confuse, and kill friendly forces.

The forms of these weapons are limited only by the imagination of the designer. Camouflage and deceptive measures, and the employment of obstacles and booby traps, went hand-in-hand with such works.

This title takes a detailed look at the VC/NVA tunnel systems, field. A slim book, "Booby Trap Boys" looms larger in quality than most Vietnam memoirs I have ever come across. This is a recounting that cannot be put down and begs to be reread over and over again. As a postscript, this author happened to be a very close friend of mine, one whom made a great impact on my life and will sorely be missed.5/5(1).

Camouflage and deceptive measures, and the employment of obstacles and booby traps, went hand-in-hand with such works. This title takes a detailed look at the VC/NVA tunnel systems, field fortifications, base camps.

and camouflage and concealment measures employed during the Vietnam conflict/5(10). Camouflage and deceptive measures, and the employment of obstacles and booby traps, went hand-in-hand with such works.

This title takes a detailed look at the VC/NVA tunnel systems, field fortifications, base camps. and camouflage and concealment measures employed during the Vietnam conflict.

Vietcong Booby Traps Simple History During the war Vietcong and NVA soldiers became highly experienced in making deadly contraptions that were responsible for.

The imaginative use of booby-traps by the NVA and VC caused many casualties amongst their opponents. Between January and June11% of the fatalities and 17% of the wounds among U.S. Army troops were caused by booby traps and mines.

Viet Cong Mines and Booby Traps: Marine Corps Training Film - Duration: Vietnam War Rare NVA & Viet cong Weapons - Duration: jmantimeviews. My ARMY Publications Mines and Booby Traps Used By the Viet Cong in Vietnam - Mini - Dated pages of easy, simple english explanations and detailed drawings.

The title is Min Bay Do Viet Cong, Mines and Booby Traps used by the Viet Cong in South Vietnam. The Army named the book, TC "The purpose of this publication is to save lives and preserve equipment. Ordnance and use of mines French mines. The French made limited use of mines in the beginnings of the independence war in Indochina.

American and South Vietnamese mines. The M14 mine blast-type anti-personnel mine used by the United States during the Vietnam War was known as the "toe popper." Earlier examples of the toe-popper were the Soviet-made PMK and the World War II "ointment box.".

Viet Cong and NVA Tunnels and Fortifications of the Vietnam War Gordon Rottman, Lee Ray, Chris Taylor Field fortifications and tunnel systems are typically thought of as defensive and active protective measures, but the VC/NVA also employed them offensively. NLF and PAVN battle tactics comprised a flexible mix of guerrilla and conventional warfare battle tactics used by the Main Force of the People's Liberation Armed Forces (known as the National Liberation Front or Viet Cong in the West) and the NVA (People's Army-Vietnam) to defeat their U.S.

and South Vietnamese (GVN/ARVN) opponents during the Vietnam War. Yet another great book by Osprey, this goes into great "depth",literally, as it describes the genius designs of the VC/NVA Tunnel and Fighting complexes in 'Nam.

Early in the war American Conventional Units were stunned at how the enemy "melted into the jungle", escaping the massive firepower of the west.4/5(15). As if the Vietnam conflict wasn’t rough enough, here are 5 intense booby traps used by the Viet Cong in the jungles of Vietnam. Two-Step Charlie.

Two-Step Charlie was the nickname for several of the snakes in the jungles of Vietnam. Rumors stated that after being bit by one of these highly venomous snakes, you would die within two steps. Camouflage and deceptive measures, and the employment of obstacles and booby traps, went hand-in-hand with such works.

This title takes a detailed look at the VC/NVA tunnel systems, field fortifications, base camps. and camouflage and concealment measures employed during the. A Viet Cong soldier emerges from a spider hole (Corbis) What did not change as we marched our way through all this land was the continual discovery of tunnels, spider holes, trenches, bunkers, above and below ground, both old and new – and booby-traps.

Viet Cong mines discovered at a base camp (Craig Schoonderwoerd, ). 1 ty of enemy mines are handmade by the VC uslng U.S. duds, discarded and equipment, and materials thrown away by U.S. forces a s trash.

Ninety percent of all the materlal in enemy mines and booby— traps Is of U.S. crlgln (see fig. Of all the explosive devlces produced locally In VC mine factories, 95 percent are anti— personnel booby.

A cartridge trap is a type of booby trap devised by the Viet Cong and subsequently used against American and other anti-Communist forces supporting South Vietnam during the Vietnam War.

It derives its name from the fact that the wounding component of the trap is a small arms cartridge. It is a very simple trap, made from four main components. "mines and booby traps" card. tips on vc/nva mines and booby traps. be alert -- stay alive.

usarv gta august distribution - 1 to each us army member in vietnam * * * * * mines and booby traps can kill so be alert - stay alive. if possible, don't be in too much of a hurry.

The formation of the Viet Cong (VC) and North Vietnamese Army (NVA) lies in the communist dominated resistance to the French – the Viet Minh.

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The Protocol on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Mines, Booby-Traps and Other Devices is a United Nations treaty that restricts the use of land mines, remotely delivered mines, and booby is Protocol II to the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons.

Content. The Protocol prohibits the use of land mines, remotely delivered mines, or booby traps to kill civilians or. Camouflage and deceptive measures, and the employment of obstacles and booby traps, went hand-in-hand with such works.

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Marines Short Timer Fubis 5/5(43). I would suspect the frequency and impact of booby trapped cartridges to be small and the lesson soon learned by the VC or NVA to not use unidentified ammunition found in suspect places.

I did see evidence of other actions like booby trap type cluster bombs dropped along the Ho Chi Minh trail and drums of powdered CS type material dropped to. Inthe U.S. Studies and Observations Group enacted a plan to covertly place ammo booby trapped with high explosives into stockpiles used by the Viet Cong and the NVA.

Green Berets would carry the faulty ammo with them, slipping bullets into enemy ammunition caches or inserting them into rifles found near fallen enemy soldiers.

In the five months that the 1st Battalion, 52d Infantry have been in Vietnam, Viet Cong emplaced mines and booby traps have caused the greatest number of casualties. Of the 77 men wounded due to hostile action, 71 have been wounded, some minor, some seriously, by these weapons which the Viet Cong have mastered so well.

Vietnamese Army including the Viet Cong ( - ) Summary of NVA and VC Units as of March Mines and booby traps in the tunnel entrance/exit area (STLogistics Fact Book), dated 14 Aprilstated that the enemy used an intricate system of caches and depots from which supplies were distributed to their units.

In the. - Explore Returntodakto's board "Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Vietnam war, North vietnam and North vietnamese army pins.Viet Cong and PAVN battle tactics comprised a flexible mix of guerrilla and conventional warfare battle tactics used by the Main Force of the People's Liberation Armed Forces (known as the Viet Cong or VC in the West) and the NVA (People's Army-Vietnam) to defeat their American and South Vietnamese (GVN/ARVN) opponents during the Second Indochina War (Vietnam War).

Vietcong Booby Traps During the Vietnam War the Viet-Cong designed dozens of Sophisticated Booby-Traps, including Punji Traps, Trip-Wire Devices and IED’s Punji Traps –.