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1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile)
Angry Skipper is the web site for Company D, 2nd Battalion 8th Cavalry
First-Air-Cavalry-Division-Airmobile-in-Vietnam-1965-1972 - a collection of information from many units within the division. (Formerly the Armed Falcons site.)
77th Artillery Association - the 1/77th Artillery often supported Comanche
229th Assault Helicopter Battalion - the slicks who ferried us around beautiful Vietnam, and the gunships that protected us.
2nd Battalion 20th Artillery - The Blue Max. Those great gunships that baled us out of a lot of trouble.
Combat Medics of the 2/5 Cav - the website of Vance "Doc" Gifford about Charlie medics and the others who served with the battlaion.
1st Cav Medic - John Dennison served a a medic with Companies B and C, 1/8th Cav. This thoughtful site gives new insight into being a medic.
Bravo Company 2nd Battalion 5th Cavalry - a sister company of c 2/5 Cav
Echo Company 2nd Battalion 5th Cavalry - a sister company of C 2/5 Cav.
LZ X-Ray - Though the 1st Battalion 7th Cavalry was the main unit involved in this famous battle in November of 1965, C 2/5 Cav was there too. LTC Hal Moore was the commander on the ground, and he wrote what is probably the definitive book on combat to come out of the Vietnam War - "We Were Soldiers Once . . .and Young."
Non-Divisional units Associated with the 1st Cavalry
Battery A 6th Battalion 27th Artillery at Quan Loi - Though not a part of the 1st Cav, this battery fired support for us.
24th Evacuation Hospital, Long Binh. When the 1st Cav moved south to III Corps in 1968, many casualties were taken to the 24th, especially those with head and back injuries.
36th Evacuation Hospital, Vung Tau.
45th Surgical Hospital, Tay Ninh
71st Evacuation Hospital, Pleiku
93rd Evacuation Hospital, Long Binh.
Nebula Search (1st Cav)
The Virtual Vietnam Archives at Texas Tech University
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