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U.S. Vehicles and Heavy Weapons of the Vietnam War (ePub)

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By David Doyle
Imprint: Pen & Sword Military
File Size: 60.8 MB (.epub)
Illustrations: 250 colour & black and white illustrations
ISBN: 9781526743657
eBook Released: 4th June 2021

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The ground war in Vietnam pitted a myriad of American tanks, artillery, APC and trucks against not only the weapons of Communist North Vietnam, but also the terrain. Through archival images, the arsenal of the US Army and USMC are revisited. From the iconic M113 APC to the M48A3 tank, M551 Armored Reconnaissance/Airborne Assault Vehicle, M151 and M54 trucks, M50 Ontos, M107 and M109 artillery, and M42 Duster, the complete array of vehicles fielded is shown.

This book, the first in a series on the US military's weapons, vehicles, aircraft, and naval vessels of the Vietnam War, offers a highly illustrated reference for this wishing to delve deeper into this conflict.

Model makers with a penchant for Vietnam will especially like this as will military vehicle enthusiasts in general.

Beating Tsundoku

"...modelers and dioramists will enjoy the photos and perhaps gain inspiration."

Historical Miniatures Gaming Society, February 2022

This offering from Pen and Sword can almost be considered as part of a series, as there are a number of titles presented in similar ways. For me, this book is for the modeller who has a general interest in vehicles used in Vietnam by the US, rather than specific vehicles. You are provided with a reasonable intro to each vehicle, and the mix of photographs and settings may unexpectedly get you interested in producing a model of a vehicle otherwise not considered. In my opinion this is a very good general reference book of the vehicles used in this period.

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Armorama

"...will be of interest to modelers and military historians alike."

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AMPS Indianapolis

"Those with interest in the Vietnam War, or US military vehicles in general, will need to find a place in their bookcase for this book."

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AMPS

This is the first of a number of planned titles covering US equipment in Vietnam, and has instantly gained a place in my list of favourite references on the topic of equipment in the Vietnam War. It adds to a list of over 100 books written by David Doyle on armour topics, and mentions that he himself owns 10 Vietnam era vehicles. Definitely one I'd recommend.

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Military Model Scene

About David Doyle

An avid military vehicle enthusiast whose collection includes 10 Vietnam-era vehicles, it is not surprising that most of his 100+ published books focus on US military weapons of war. In June 2015, he was presented the coveted Bart Vanderveen Award by the Military Vehicle Preservation Association, given in recognition of "…the individual who has contributed the most to the historic preservation of military vehicles worldwide."


Some of David Doyle's published works are - U.S Vehicles and Heavy Weapons of the Vietnam War; M65 Atomic Canon; M7 Priest, M12 Gun Motor Carriage; U.S. Half-Track Vehicles In Action; The Complete DUKW Historical Reference; P-47 Thunderbolt In Action; USS Iowa (BB-61)

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