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Now a Brigadier General, B. I went to visit with him unexpectedly interrupting his meeting with the two Battalion Commanders and Staff. He Marrieed the meeting and ran to embrace me and asked what I was doing in Dak To, and then told me he would visit with me the next day at the District Compound. Upon my return to the District Compound I advised my counterpart to expect B. Hao the next day. Mafried Married female wanting black male in kon tum certain he did not believe me. While I was first kkn with now Brigadier General Feamle, John Vann, the Senior Advisor in the 2 Corps area, visited the District Compound and discovered a large generator used to light a portion of the entire compound that was supposed to be removed by my predecessor.
I did arrange for its removal. The next morning in came two helicopters with B. We spent over an hour together despite his Colonel Advisor insisting that they were late heading back to Saigon via the Kontum airport. His Senior Advisor was ignored. My counterpart was with us with little to say except being surprised. Brigadier General Hao was totally fluent in English as was my counterpart. Occasionally we would observe an unmarked helicopter flying in the area believed to be maybe hunting tigers. With only the back pack PRC 25 Radios we could not always communicate when moving in our area, so I requested better radios for the two vehicles.
I was criticized for that. We did get mounted radios for the two jeeps at the District. I was told to send out parties into extreme outlying areas with no backup security. My counterpart did not want to oblige and I agreed with him. Our Source of water was a well just outside the Compound, and needed a new pump. When pulling out the piping it was lost and fell into the well. This ended our local water supply except for hauling from a nearby stream. Our bunker inside the compound consisted of a mobile home shell covered by timbers, sand bags and concrete filled 55 gallon drums with some USAID furniture inside to sleep on.
While visiting an outlying village I received a call that people from the Province Advisor Headquarters were here to pick up all the USAID furniture with no advance warning. This was part of the draw down in Vietnam. The furniture was removed. During the period mentioned previously my counterpart and I spent at least three overnight visits among the Montagnard villages and hamlets per week. We always were welcome with a meal primarily of chicken and the liquid Montagnard rice wine that was normally freshly brewed.
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Upon my returned I was advised by the Deputy PSA that he was furious and seriously considering to relieve me. I never was called wanring to report to the PSA. The interpreter was no longer at the District. I was told wnating committed Married female wanting black male in kon tum and was later replaced. We awnting down to one other officer and one interpreter. The MI officer was continually gathering and analyzing the local and Local fuck buddy girls in kunimune intelligence.
He developed a thorough estimate of the route and equipment that could be expected to be used by the NVA in an expected offensive in the early spring of ih Kontum by passing through DakTo District. After one of the Saturday Staff meetings Mr. Dunn, the civilian Deputy Province Advisor, invited me to stay efmale night with him instead of taking ,on chance late to drive back to DakTo. I made the mistake to accept his offer. He lived in a four room prefabricated fejale conditioned home with a wall surrounding the quarters with Mhung security. This kind of luxury made me sick to discover that it existed when soldiers experience something by far less than that for living conditions.
He treated me well with too much scotch and an extravagant meal. My suspicion was he was trying to draw out my comments regarding the strained relationship with the PSA. He was given our intelligence briefing by the MI officer. The briefing included the route to be taken and stated heavy equipment such wantimg tanks and other self-propelled vehicles to be used in the offensive in the area. The intelligence presented was right on wanging actually occurred in April. Nothing was said by the PSA as complementary or otherwise. Shortly thereafter the MI officer departed back to the States blacl I was on my own losing my interpreter in February. John Vann made frequent visits to the District to get updates from my counterpart.
We developed an excellent relationship. The Compound was located approximately seven kilometers south and within sight of the District Headquarters. Only an infrequent mortar round landed in our vicinity. I could say we were lucky. We first visited the Cao Dai monk and toasted with some of his scotch. Next was the Vietnamese Catholic Priest with a toast of Church wine. Next was a visit with the Buddhist monk and toasted with tea. Lastly we visited the French Catholic priest, who spoke English. There were five French missionary priests among the Montagard villages and two non-Catholic American missionaries as well. Father Du Jon offered us wine for the toast. In February John Vann visited the District and we exchanged discussion as to when the offensive would begin.
He was convinced it would begin in March. We could observe Tracer fire each time the aircraft would climb out of their dive. One Skyraider was shot down but the pilot parachuted fortunately to safety. One of the more memorable and enjoyable occasions was attending a wedding in Tan can. After the noon meal I really took a short rest due to the power of the beverage. How the bride and groom survived I will never know. On a sad note we were called to the DakTo cemetery because one of the Vietnamese soldiers was found there. He was one of our best. Occasionally we received mortar rounds landing around the District Compound and could visually spot the location of the mortar.
I called in an Air Force strike of Phantom Jets. The strike was unsuccessful. There were no more mortar attacks from that location. A mortar round detonated near the compound tower a few days prior to eliminating the NVA mortar position in the early evening when LTC Bao, a Vietnamese and Montegnard Captain and I were on the compound tower. A fragment hit the Vietnamese Captain in his eye. I stayed on the tower to help him down. He was still wearing my captured Czech Binoculars when he was evacuated and I failed to retrieve them. They were never recovered. The luncheon included at least twelve important Vietnamese people from the Tan Can community.
The table was full of a variety of dishes to include what appeared to be a meat loaf. After the meal I commented to my Counterpart how great the various items were including the meatloaf. He advised me it was not meat since the Buddhists did not eat meat. I will never know what I really ate thinking it was meat loaf. I received a call to try and capture any members from the NVA reconnaissance activity. Our roving elements were successful in capturing two NVA troops and turned them over to the Province Headquarters. This was a perfect example of our capability and successful results when there was enemy activity in our area.
The offensive did not begin in March as John Vann predicted. A few days later 16 April we received word that there was an element of a NVA platoon or company size unit overlooking the main and only road from the District and Tan Can to Kontum City. Several Montagards were wounded and moved to the Tan Can compound for U. My counterpart and I were on the opposite slope of the engagement when a mortar round landed in our vicinity. A fragment entered my left thigh forcing me to join the wounded Montagnards at the Tan Can Compound. When a helicopter arrived, I refused to depart until all the wounded Montagnards were evacuated first. The third Helicopter that picked me up was also carrying supplies to be dropped off on top of one of the ridges overlooking the NVA occupied area.
I was sure we would be shot down after seeing the Skyraider shot down. We made it to the drop off and to Pleiku hospital where a gurney and two doctors were waiting and forced me onto the gurney rather than walking. Since the fragment was so close to the leg nerve they decided not to remove it. Rather I was to be kept there to avoid infection and to stitch me up. He was captured but his villagers rescued him killing several NVA soldiers that were buried in a mass grave the next day using a bulldozer the District possessed. On the night of 23 April while in the operations bunker messages began coming from our Montagnard outposts that there were tanks coming in.
Our apprehension of a pending attack and concern that we were about to be overrun at any time was real! There was no anti-tank equipment to defend our Compound against tanks. The District Regional element, along the road to Tan Can at a bridge location, had no anti-tank equipment, nor the opportunity to destroy the bridge. I established contact with an Air Force aircraft equipped with mm cannon, and reported our situation. They immediately attempted to engage any track vehicles that could be identified presumably by detecting them through a heat signature. The Aircraft crew began so called successful strikes. I requested confirmation of burning from any hits.
There were none as verified by our night locations of Montagnards who reported none. Whatever was reported to their Headquarters would have been questionable to say the least.
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Maarried operations center received reports of track vehicles moving back and forth on the road to Tan Can, by- passing Mareied Compound, and apparently moving into position to attack the Tan Cam Compound the next morning. The next morning the sky was completely overcast preventing any air support. The attack on the Tan Can Compound began at first light. During the attack John Married female wanting black male in kon tum with two helicopters attempted to rescue the Advisors and was partially successful. However, one chopper was shot down carrying five Advisors. My wife received information that I might have been aboard that aircraft.
That report was corrected shortly thereafter. Some Advisors were probably captured in the Compound. I was informed Woman swinger in hat yai that the senior Advisor and Commander of the Battlion, 42d Regiment were able to hide in the Compound and escape that Mwrried and get to Kontum City. The surviving members of tuj downed helicopter were discovered by a Montagnard and with his help contact was made to recover both survivors and those lost. By early afternoon fe,ale skies cleared and an Air Force aircraft observer was on station. We had a report of a NVA Tracked vehicle and crew was located in the vicinity and to the north of Tan Can Just off the road near a pond.
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