Operation Xa Cam My
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Operation Xa Cam My
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Awarded For Service During the Operation Period, 11-12 Apr 1966.
The mission began as a Search and Destroy operation to wipe out a determined Viet Cong Battalion (D800). Allied forces found themselves surrounded and out-numbered. Intensive fighting resulted in high Allied casualties but successful in destroying the D800 Battalion which was never reconstituted. Allied forces declared with this battle that though they may be out-numbered by a limitless enemy force reservoir they will never be out-gunned by superior Allied weapons and our ability to reinforce beleaguered units with speed never before possible in the history of warfare.