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vietnmese militaria?

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    Hello i was just searching the forum for the viet cong or vietnam section? maybe its just my ignorance and i just cant see it?

    I just wanted to compare this medal/decoration i have in my collection and cant see much on the subject.

    So is there a big interest in this subject or is it just lack of items?

    this item i have is very thin/light cheapy made i suppose
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    lack of interest has answered my question lol

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    Are they rare? i've never seen or heard about that award before.
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    There isn't a dedicated Vietnam section although folks do sometimes post stuff from that era-mostly a WW1-2 forum.

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    not got a clue Gunny? I couldnt see anything on the net about them. but i cant see it being too common as the us didnt have many tanks there?

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    The US had plenty of armour in Vietnam as well as the ARVN-was used for infantry support and convoy escort throughout the war and country except the highlands-rarely ever met hostile enemy equivalents until the very end of the war but obviously there were anti tank teams amongst the NVA and VC.

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    PM. Chu linh chi. He is in Vietnam and He might know. He may be out on a dig now so it might take a while for him to respond. It may be an ARVIN Award????Just an Idea.


    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Nope; I may be mistaken. The star looks NVA. I am no expert on these. Just a guess.
    It is still an interesting period in History.

    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Cheers John will do yea defiantly a nice item especially with the certificate too

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