South Viet Nam: Other Guns

The Philippines last week became the fourth nation to join South Viet Nam and the U.S. in the war against the Communists. President Ferdinand Marcos signed into law a bill dispatching 2,000 Philippine troops to South Viet Nam: an engineer battalion and an accompanying security battalion targeted for duty in a hazardous section along the Cambodian border. His signature was a reminder that the American and South Vietnamese troops do not fight alone.

From 100 canny Australian jungle warriors seeded as advisers through the northernmost I Corps, through the tough South Korean...

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