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Author Topic: 20-22 September 2013, Operation Lam Son, Lebanon, TN  (Read 1486 times)
Christian Dethlefsen
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« on: July 29, 2013, 03:50:29 PM »

Vietnam Reenactment September 20-22nd
"Operation Lam Son" - was a long standing umbrella operation that had many sub parts. Many conducted in the highly contested Ashau Valley.
This event will attempt to give its participants a day in the A Shau Valley conducting combat operations to "search and destroy" enemy combatants as well as effectively win the hearts and minds of friendlies all along several sections of the Ho Chi Minh trail and many other connecting trails and enemy footpaths. We will be the tip of the spear throughout this mission clearing these trails and paths of enemies and enemy placed boobie traps for our brothers to follow and reinforce the security of this area for peace loving south Vietnamese.


Below is the actual address of the site(use for directions).

Address: 2966 Cedar Forest Rd
Lebanon, TN 37090
Period camp will be set up and opened by 12:00pm Friday afternoon. Bring period camping equipment for company pup tent line. Non period camp will also be available as well as cabins a short distance away for the Ramada Rangers(These are leased by Cedars of Lebanon State Park) contact me for further information.

Open pit Barbeque chicken dinner will be provided in the green zone Friday night for $5.00 to all those who RSVP their attendance and period camp.
Each reenactor bring (2) GALLONS of water for your person.
Also, highly recommended bring insect repellant and treat your uniform with some form of Permethrin.
Bring rations for your person for Saturday.
Bring a good attitude, love for the hobby and prepare to have fun!
Event cost: FREE
Thank you and hope to see you "in country".
Contact me for any further questions.


Christian Dethlefsen


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