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Khmer Rouge and Viet Cong activities in Ratanakiri Province
Date of Creation:
September 18, 1969
Type of Document:
Intelligence information report
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Status of Copy:
Pagination, Illustration:
2 p.
In early August 1969 Viet Cong (VC) units in Bo Kheo and Bo Kham, Ratanakiri, had buried sharpened bamboo stakes in dense grass several kilometers along the Cambodian/South Vietnam border to counter landing of paratroopers. Cambodian Army (FARK) units had launched several attacks against these VC/Khmer Rouge units since January which had been unsuccessful due to casualties inflicted by poisonous arrows used by the enemy and difficult terrain.
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