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Unit Details

Strength
Company
 
Type
Command Element
 
Existing/Disbanded
Deactivated
Year
1966 - 1971

Description
Not Specified
 
Unit Documents   (More...)
 Article From The Fayetteville Observer, N.C., June 6, 2016
 Standing Operating Procedure Hqs 29th Civil Affairs Company
 Lessons Learned Hqs 29th Civil Affairs Company
 Article From The Pacific Stars and Stripes April 16, 1970
 Article From The Pacific Stars and Stripes January 7, 1970
 Lessons Learned Hqs 29th Civil Affairs Company
 Article From The Southern Cross August 1, 1968
 Lessons Learned Hqs 29th Civil Affairs Company
 Lesson Learned Hqs 29th Civil Affairs Company
 Article From The Pacific Stars and Stripes February 7, 1968


19 Members Who Served in This Unit


 
  • Amrozewicz, Bob, SP 4, (1969-1972)
  • Bivens, William M., CPT, (1967-1973)
  • Borowski, Bernard, MAJ, (1966-2007)
  • Burris, Jr., John A, CPT, (1965-1973)
  • Davis, Howland, 1LT, (1966-1968)
  • Edmundson, George, COL, (1957-1990)
  • Foley, Ken, SP 5, (1968-1970)
  • Gothard, Joseph, SSG, (1962-1968)
  • Gustin, Joseph, CPT, (1968-1972)
  • Harrelson, John, SFC, (1955-1975)
  • Holloman, Daniel, 1SG, (1966-1993)
  • Jablonsky, Fred, SP 4, (1965-1968)
  • Marmon, Murray, SP 5, (1968-1970)
  • McBride, Paul, 1LT, (1965-1967)
  • Rumph, Terry, SP 5, (1967-1975)
  • Wickland, Kyle, SP 4, (1970-1972)
  • Willey, Tom, SP 5, (1968-1970)
  • Zegarski Sr, John P, SGT, (1968-1971)
 

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Associations
 
Unit History
  • TET 1969 (Feb 22, 1969)
    I Corps - At least 18 attacks by fire occurred in this corps. Major targets were DaNang Air Base, Ma...
 
Battle/Operations History
 
Unit Timeline
Meritorious Unit Commendation
Criteria
The Meritorious Unit Commendation is awarded to units for exceptionally meritorious conduct in performance of outstanding services for at least six continuous months during a period of military operat ... More
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08MAR70-08APR71 DAGO 20.73
1973
Vietnam War/Consolidation II Campaign (1971-72)
This campaign was from 1 December 1971 to 29 March 1972.. The U.S. continued to reduce its ground presence in South Vietnam during late 1971 and early 1972, but American air attacks increased while bo ... More
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1971 - 1972
Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit Citation
Criteria
The Republic of Vietnam Meritorious Unit Citation (Gallantry Cross Colors) was authorized to be worn by units individually cited for service in military operations in support of the government of Sout ... More
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01MAR71-08OCT71 DAGO 6.74 Awarded to the 7th Platoon ONLY
1971
Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit Citation
Criteria
The Republic of Vietnam Meritorious Unit Citation (Gallantry Cross Colors) was authorized to be worn by units individually cited for service in military operations in support of the government of Sout ... More
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18APR71-31AUG71 DAGO 6.74 Awarded to the 7th Platoon ONLY
1971
Inactivated
The 29th Civil Affairs Company was inactivated in Vietnam.
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1971
Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Phase VII Campaign (1970-71)
This campaign was from 1 Jul 1970 to 30 June 1971. Fighting continued in Cambodia during early February before and after South Vietnam began its U.S.-aided drive in Laos, Lam Son 719, the most signifi ... More
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1970 - 1971
Vietnam War/Consolidation I Campaign (1971)
This campaign was from 1 July to 30 November 1971. This period witnessed additional progress in the Vietnamization program which included turning over the ground war to South Vietnam, sustaining the ... More
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1971 - 1971
Article From The Stars and Stripes January 7, 1970
4th Platoon, SP5 Ronald W. Polk, Quang Ngai Province See Unit Documents for the whole article.
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1970
29th detached from III MAF
The 29th Civil Affairs Company was detached from III MAF.
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1970
29th attached to XXIV Corps
29th Civil Affairs Company was attached to the U.S. Army's XXIV Corps whent the XXIV Corps assumed OPCON of all U.S. units in I-CTZ. As a result of these changes in the command and control structure ... More
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1970
11th, 15th and 17th Platoons
These platoons were officially detached from the 29th Civil Affairs Company.
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1970
Public Administration Team
The Public Administration Team was deactivated after completing their study with the CORDS Governmental Division on the effectiveness of 1969 governance programs and developing the guidelines for the ... More
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1970
52nd CA Platoon
The 29th Civil Affairs Company received orders from USARPAC Headquarters deactivating the 52nd CA Platoon. The Commanding Officer, LTC David W. Lacy noted the negative impact of the loss of required C ... More
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1970
Article From The Pacific Stars and Stripes April 16, 1970
29th CA Co, SSG Tom Martin, FSB Bronco See Unit Document for whole article.
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1970
52nd Platoon
[Source didn't give a day] The 52nd Platoon was deactivated in June 1970.
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1970
51st, 53rd and 54th Platoons
[Source didn't give a day] The 51st, 53rd and 54th Platoons were deactivated in September 1970.
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1970
Vietnam War/Winter-Spring 1970 Campaign
This campaign was from 1 November 1969 to 30 April 1970. An increase in enemy-initiated attacks, at the highest level since 4-5 September signaled the start of the first phase of the Communist winter ... More
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1969 - 1970
Vietnam War/Sanctuary Counteroffensive Campaign (1970)
This campaign was from 1 May to 30 June 1970. This campaign was mainly concerned with the Allied incursion into Cambodia, codenamed Operation ROCK CRUSHER. As American withdrawal from South Vietnam pr ... More
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1970 - 1970
TET 1969
I Corps - At least 18 attacks by fire occurred in this corps. Major targets were DaNang Air Base, Marble Mountain and the DaNang deep water pier area. Several large fires were started in POL storage a ... More
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1969
11th Platoon
The 11th Platoon in Quang Tri Province under the OPCON of the XXIV Corps.
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1969
11th, 15th and 17th Platoons of 2nd Civil Affairs Company to 29th
The platoons were put under the OPCON of the 29th Civil Affairs Company.
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1969
Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Phase VI Campaign (1968-69)
This campaign was from 2 November 1968 to 22 February 1969. In November 1968 the South Vietnam government with American support began a concentrated effort to expand security in the countryside. This ... More
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1968 - 1969
Vietnam War/Tet 69 Counteroffensive Campaign
This campaign was from 23 February to 8 June 1969. From Tet 1969 through the month of June, the enemy again tried to sustain an offensive. His inability to do so can be largely attributed to aggressi ... More
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1969 - 1969
Navy Unit Commendation (NUC)
Criteria
The Navy Unit Commendation may be awarded by the Secretary of the Navy to any unit of the Navy or Marine Corps that distinguishes itself by outstanding heroism in action against an enemy (but not suff ... More
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12JUN66-30JUN68 DAGO 32.73
1968
TET 1968 - 5th AA Platoon - Hue
In the early morning hours of January 31 the NVA and VC attacked Hue. Over the next month they were gradually driven out. Within a few days after the initiation of the TET offensive the 5th Platoon w ... More
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1968
MAJ H.W. Nauschuets assumed command of the company.
Assumed command from LTC Thaddeus Sexton.
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1968
Article From The Pacific Stars and Stripes February 4, 1968
6th Platoon, SFC Arlen C. Williams, Khoung Nhon hamlet, Chu Lai. See Unit Documents for the whole article.
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1968
9th AA Platoon [Provincial] to Tam Ky, Quang Tin Province
[Source didn't give a day just month and year] The 9th AA Platoon was relocated and had it's mission changed. The movement was again to provide General Support to a Province Senior Advisor. In this c ... More
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1968
2nd AA Platoon to Hoi An, Quang Nam Province
[Source didn't have a day just month and year] The 2nd Platoon was relocated to Hoi An, Quang Nam Province from the field location of the Hq, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment in February 1968 when ... More
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1968
8th AA Platoon [Provisional] - Quang Tri Province
[Source didn't give a day just month and year] The 8th Platoon's mission was changed from OPCON, 3rd Marine Regiment in Quang Tri to General Support of the Province Senior Advisor, Quang Tri Province ... More
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1968
Article From The Pacific Stars and Stripes February 7, 1968
Food and Agriculture Team. 2LT Donald H. Beeler, 2LT William M. Bivens, SP5 Glenn Miller. See Unit Documents for the whole article.
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1968
Food and Agriculture Team
During the TET Offensive this team was halted in its activities in the field, however, around February 20 the team again actively pursued going to the field and started to work toward providing inform ... More
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1968
29th Attached to the 80th Support Group
Effective February 25, 1968 the 29th was attached to the 80th Support Group, Da Nang, for Army peculiar administration and administration of military justice to include all other matters incident to t ... More
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1968
SGT Robert J. Rylander Dies
Member of the 29th Civil Affairs Company died in Quang Nam Province. Non-hostile ground casualty from vehicle loss or crash. Body recovered. On the Vietnam Memorial Wall. Panel 46E, Line 41.
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1968
Philippines - Agriculture
[Source didn't have a day just later part of April] CORDS Officials encouraged, and military sources approved, the sending of two agricultural officers to the Rice Institute, Los Banos, Philippines to ... More
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1968
7th AA Platoon - Phu Luong Hamlet - Thua Thien Province
The 7th AA Platoon is in General Support of 1st Marine Division Task Force X-Ray. With the Tet refugee situation under complete control by May 1 the platoon turned to other areas to serve the people. ... More
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1968
Civilian Supply Team
During the period May 1 through July 31, the Civilian Supply Team in coordination with III MAF G-5 contined to supply and transport large amounts of civic action material to military units in I Corps. ... More
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1968
41-16 AA Platoon - Quang Nam Province
The 41-16 AA Platoon is in General Support of the PSA, Quang Nam Province. During the reporting period the platoon assisted Wuang Nam provinces Ministry of Health, Social Welfare and relief in the mon ... More
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1968
41-10 AA Platoon - Tam Ky - Tien Phuoc
[Source didn't have day just month and year] During the reporting period the platoon shifted 80% of its strength and support to Tien Phuoc and Hau Duc Districts of Quang Tin Province. During the mon ... More
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1968
51st AA Platoon - Phu Huong, Phu Hiep, Que Son District [from the period of May 1 to July 31]
The 51st AA Platoon is in General Support of the 196th Light Infantry Brigade, Americal Division. The meeting house in Phu Huong was finished.
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1968
4th AA Platoon - Tach Tru - Duc Pho - Da Huynh
4rd Platoon is in General Support of the 11th Light Infantry Brigade, Americal Division. Duc Pho District during the period has remained relatively secure except for mining and minor ambushing incide ... More
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1968
4th AA Platoon - So Huynh - Duc Pho
The construction of a hospital for the So Huynh area was begun on May 8. It progrssed well during the month of June and was completed on July 25. The Province Medical Service will soon be sending pers ... More
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1968
2nd AA Platoon - Quang Nam Province
2nd Platoon is in General Support of the PSA [Province Senior Advisor] of Quang Nam. Effective May 10, Provincial Service Chiefs, Quang Nam Province, or their representatives, have accompanied the pl ... More
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1968
51st AA Platoon - Phu Hiep
The Catholic Church in Phu Hiep was completed.
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1968
5th AA Platoon - Hue - Huong Tra District - Huong Thuy District - Phong Dien District - Huong Dien District
[Source didn't have day just month and year] The 5th Platoon is assigned in General Support of the Province Senior Advisor of Thua Thien Province in Hue. The month of May was a critical period in th ... More
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1968
Food and Agriculture Team
The Food and Agriculture Team presented a six-month Agricultural projection to the Commanding Officer of the 29th Civil Affairs Company. This 6 month program consists of three major fields: vegetable ... More
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1968
51st AA Platoon - Phu Hiep
The dedication of the market place in Phu Hiep took place, this project enhanced the commercial activities of this village.
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1968
51st AA Platoon - Phu Huong
The platoon presented LTC Hugo W. Nauschuetz, Commanding Officer, 29th Civil Affairs Company, with the 50,000th brick produced at the platoon's brick factory in Phu Huong.
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1968
41-16 AA Platoon - Hoi An Airstrip
The platoon hired 250 refugee laborers to begin construction work at the Hoi An Airstrip [BT142475]. The laborers set in place metal matting [PSP] for a helicopter parking area and filled a depression ... More
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1968
51st AA Platoon - Phu Huong
[Source just gives the last week of May] The platoon coordinated with Delta Company of the 9th Marine Engineers, to build a dam across the Song Ly River [BT146457]. This dam was comped during the las ... More
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1968
41-3 AA Platoon - Quang Tri Province - Some on June Activities
The 41-3 AA Platoon continues to support the refugees of Quang Tri Province under the supervision of and in general support of the PSA. This platoon is billeted at the MACV Compound located in Quang T ... More
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1968
Food and Agriculture Team - Hill 63 - 51st CA Platoon
[Source didn't give day just the first week of June] The Food and Agriculture Team during the first week of June started a Thon Nong-8 demonstration plot at Hill #63 in conjunction with the 51st CA P ... More
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1968
41-16 AA Platoon - Hoi An Catholic Orphanage
Work on the addition [complete with sleeping quarters, latrine and kitchen] to the Hoi An Catholic Orphanage [BT144574], was completed on 11 June. The total cost of the project was 173,329 VN$. The av ... More
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1968
Legal Team
[Source didn't have a day just month and year] The Legal Team continued to perform as a MACV Foreign Claims Office. Plans are already in effect for this team to be tansferred from the 29th Civil Affa ... More
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1968
3rd AA Platoon - Nom My - Don Son
[Source didn't give day just month and year] The 3rd Platoon is in General Support of the 1st Marine Division G-5. Great strides have been made in the agricultural program during the reporting period ... More
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1968
9th AA Platoon - Hau Duc - Tien Phuoc - Ky Tra - Quang Tin Province
[Source didn't give day just month and year] The 9th AA Platoon is in General Support of the PSA, Quang Tin Province. During the past reporting period, the platoon has gone through a period of reorga ... More
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1968
Food and Agriculture Team
The objective for vegetable production in I Corps is to develop "Green Belt" areas of vegetables around largely populated areas. The Food and Agriculture Team held a two day training session ... More
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1968
1st AA Platoon - Dong Ha - Trieu Phong District
The 1st AA Platoon is in General Support of the 3rd Marine Division G-5. The S-5 of the 12th Marines was given the responsibility for making solutium payments to the victims of the ammo dump explosion ... More
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1968
LT's Bivens and Beeler
LT's Bivens and Beeler attended a meeting concerning Military Procurement of Vegetables in I Corps. Army Procurement Agency is interested in establishing a field purchasing office in I Corps for the p ... More
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1968
6th AA Platoon - VC Attack Son Tra Refugee Hamlet 41-5 AA Platoon
The 6th AA Platoon is in General Support of the Americal Division G-5. There has been no significant change in the civic action pacification program in the Chu Lai area. The 6th AA Platoon continues t ... More
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1968
7th AA Platoon - Phu Bai VI Hamlet of Thuy Phu Village
The largest project ever undertaken by this platoon is now taking form. A dam at Phu Bai VI, a hamlet of Thuy Phu Village, one mile south of the Phu Bai military complex, was initiated on July 1 and a ... More
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1968
41-3 AA Platoon - Montagnard Resettlement Project
During the last week of June the platoons efforts were switched from the Cam Lo Water Project to the Montagnard Resettlement Project. The move started on the 1st of July. During the first day half o ... More
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1968
7th AA Platoon - CPT Marcus
On July 3 CPT Marcus took bids from four Vietnamese civilian contractors for the purchase of gravel. Graval was requested throught III MAF channels but was unavailable. Therefore, the III MAF G-5, US ... More
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1968
Food and Agriculture Team
The Food and Agriculture Team helped develop the Animal Vaccine Distribution System for the I Corps Animal Husbandry Provincial Services. For the first time good quality vaccine and storage facilities ... More
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1968
Food and Agriculture Team - Vegetable Procurement Program
Because of the importance of the Vegetable Procurement Program, LT Beeler and LT Bivens on July 9-15 traveled to Da Lat, Can Tho and Saigon to study marketing procedure of vegetables. During the month ... More
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1968
Food and Agriculture Team
The Food and Agriculture Team has been instrumental in the development of 4-T clubs for young farmers-to-be in I Corps. On July 15-17 4-T training sessions was given in Quang Ngai City for 4-T Vietnam ... More
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1968
7th AA Platoon - Dam
On July 25 the 7th AA Platoon purchased a gas operated water pump using Task Force X-Ray, 1st Marine Division funds, 20,000 $VN. This is being used to keep the evacuation of the dam relatively dry fro ... More
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1968
41-3 AA Platoon - Cam Lo Water Project
On 22 July the Cam Lo Water Project was officially opened. General Davis, Commanding General 3rd Marine Division, and COL Am, Quang Tri Province Chief, opened the valves which allowed water to flow fr ... More
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1968
41-16 AA Platoon
[No day just last two weeks of July] The platoon has been given the responsibility of monitoring the distributing of refugee relief commodities released thru American Civilian Supply and GVN supply ch ... More
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1968
41-16 Platoon
The platoon has been actively involved in securing and shipping of tents, pots, pans, blankets, beans, oats, rice and other supplies needed for emergency relief of newly generated refugees. Shipments ... More
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1968
8th AA Platoon - Quang Tri - La Vang Brick Factory - Cam Lo
The 8th AA Platoon is in General Support of the PSA Quang Tri Province. The platoon personnel are billeted in the MACV compound in Quang Tri City and has its office located in the Province Headquarter ... More
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1968
41-3 AA Platoon - County Fair - Cua Viet, Gio Linh
The last significant even was a county fair held on 30 July in conjunction with a sector operation in Cua Viet, Gio Lihn [324695]. During this one day operation the platoon with the support of CORDS a ... More
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1968
51st AA Platoon
Between the period 1 May to 31 July, the platoon has coordinated the building of five wells, a latrine and shower. Orders have been placed for water pumps. These will be installed at strategic wells t ... More
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1968
Article From The Southern Cross August 1, 1968
5th Platoon, 6th Platoon, 1LT Kenneth W. Anderson, 1LT F. A. Martineau, Son Tra, Quang Ngai Province See Unit Document for the whole article.
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1968
51st CA Platoon
Lieutenant Michael E. Gagel assumed command of the 51st CA Platoon from Lieutenant Edward W. Walters at LZ Baldy.
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1968
51st Civil Affairs Platoon
At the last of October or early November the 51st Civil Affairs Platoon arrived in DaNang on the USNS Weigel. In 1968 the U.S. Army activated the Independent 51st Civil Affairs Platoon [MTOE October ... More
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1968
52nd, 53rd and 54th Civil Affairs Companies
Arrived at DaNang between November 15-17, 1968. Each consisted of just 3 Officers and 4 Enlisted men. [In 1968 the U.S. Army activated three additional units - the 52nd, 53rd and 54th Civil Affairs ... More
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1968
Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Phase III Campaign (1967-68)
This campaign was from 1 June 1967 to 29 January 1968.The conflict in South Vietnam remains basically unchanged. As Operation JUNCTION CITY ended, elements of the U.S. 1st and 25th Infantry Divisions, ... More
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1967 - 1968
Vietnam War/Tet Counteroffensive Campaign (1968)
This campaign was from 30 January to 1 April 1968. On 29 January 1968 the Allies began the Tet-lunar new year expecting the usual 36-hour peaceful holiday truce. Because of the threat of a large-scale ... More
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1968 - 1968
Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Phase IV Campaign (1968)
This campaign was from 2 April to 30 June 1968. During this period friendly forces conducted a number of battalion-size attritional operations against the enemy.

Operations PEGASUS-Lam ... More
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1968 - 1968
Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Phase V Campaign (1968)
This campaign was from 1 July to 1 November 1968. During this period a country-wide effort was begun to restore government control of territory lost to the enemy since the Tet offensive. The enemy att ... More
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1968 - 1968
Army Presidential Unit Citation
Criteria
The Presidential Unit Citation may be awarded to units of the Armed Forces of the United States and cobelligerent nations for extraordinary heroism in action against an armed enemy occurring on or aft ... More
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29MAR66-31MAR67 DAGO 59.69 Limited to only the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Platoons ONLY. Note: It is also unclear why March was the initial date, when the 29th was still a Ft. Gordon. It must have been ... More
1967
Valorous Unit Award
Criteria
The Valorous Unit Award may be awarded to units of the Armed Forces of the United States for extraordinary heroism in action against an armed enemy of the United States; while engaged in military oper ... More
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22APR67-22AUG67 DAGO 43.72 Awarded to 4th Platoon ONLY.
1967
Long Vei, Huong Hoa District, Quang Tri Province
The most extensive relief operation took place at Long Vei in the Huong Hoa District of Quang Tri Province. On the evening of March 2, Long Vei was mistakenly bombed by two friendly aircraft which res ... More
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1967
Joint Coordinating Council [JCC] Meeting
At the council meeting on March 14, General Lam was in attendance and requested the council to continue to evaluate the refugee problem and assist him in finding a solution. The chairman of the counci ... More
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1967
Displaced Persons Team - Refugee Situation
[Source didn't show day just month and year] As April 1967 closed, III MAF received an important document on the refugee situation in I Corps which had been prepared by the Displaced Persons Team of ... More
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1967
Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Phase II Campaign (1966-67)
This campaign was from 1 July 1966 to 31 May 1967. United States operations after 1 July 1966 were a continuation of the earlier counteroffensive campaign. Recognizing the interdependence of political ... More
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1966 - 1967
29th Civil Affairs Company left for Vietnam.
The original compliment of the 29th Civil Affairs Company steamed out of Oakland, California, on the USNS Gordon across the Pacific to Vietnam.
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1966
29th Civil Affairs Company arrives DaNang, Vietnam
When the 29th Civil Affairs Company was deployed to DaNang, Vietnam it was officially attached to the U.S. Army's 1st Logistical Command [1st Log] because there were no major U.S. Army ground combat u ... More
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1966
More on the 29th. Agriculture, Foreign Claims Commissioner, and Refugees.
[Source didn't give the day just by the end of July 1966] The 29th Civil Affairs Company, which had arrived in I Corps during June 1966, had become fully operational by the end of July 1966. Teams fr ... More
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1966
More on the 29th. Displaced Persons Team.
[Source didn't have day just Oct 1966] Major Thomas J. Brantley, Team Leader of the Displaced Persons Team of the U.S. Army 29th Civil Affairs Company attached to III MAF, reported during October 196 ... More
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1966
Article From The Observer
About the 29th Civil Affairs Company. Dai Loc, Refugee. See Unit Documents for the whole article.
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1966
More on the 29th. Hoa Tho village complex, USMC 3d Tank Battalion.
[Source didn't have exact day just December 1966] The activities of Lieutenant Colonel William R. Corson's 3d Tank Battalion in Hoa Tho village complex, on the northern bank of the Cau Do River, prov ... More
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1966
Vietnam War/Counteroffensive Campaign (1965-66)
This campaign was from 25 December 1965 to 30 June 1966. United States operations after 1 July 1966 were a continuation of the earlier counteroffensive campaign. Recognizing the interdependence of pol ... More
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1965 - 1966
Activated at Fort Gordon, Georgia.
The unit, attached to the Strategic Army Force 95th Civil Affairs Group at Fort Gordon, became the second active Army civil affairs company within the continental United States. Commanding the new un ... More
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1965
 
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