Operation Toan Thang
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Operation Toan Thang
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Following up on their sporadic but successful penetration of American and South Vietnamese government buildings inside the Capitol region during their recent Tet Offensive, Viet Cong and NVA forces directed massive effort to destroy South Vietnamese public confidence in its government and its Allied military defenders. But, determined to completely end all desire by the enemy to conquer the Capitol Region, Allied defenders instituted Operation Toa Thang (Complete Victory) which decimated enemy formations and destroyed the Viet Cong as a military force. Upon the destruction of the Viet Cong North Vietnam was forced to commit its Regular Army. Awarded For Service During the Operation Period