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Soldier - Tunnel Rats - Both Sides

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  1. Feran says:
    In late , Tunnel Rats SPR. Bob Liard (left) and CPL. David Wright, both of 1 Troop /69 inspect M16 anti-personnel mines and an old ‘Pineapple’ grenade they had removed from an enemy weapons cache. They were out on operations, working as a two-man Splinter Team attached to 6RAR.
  2. Zulurn says:
    The tunnel rats were American, Australian and New Zealand soldiers who performed underground search and destroy missions during the Vietnam War. Later, similar teams were used by the Soviet Army during the Soviet war in Afghanistan. During the Vietnam War "tunnel rat" became a more or less official speciality for volunteer infantrymen, primarily from the United States, Australia, and New.
  3. Meztirisar says:
    The Tunnels of Cu Chi book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. (such as tubes from mines for surgical operations)) but also the bravery of the US Tunnel Rats. The authors were able to interview survivors of both sides of the tunnel warfare which essentially won the war for the Vietnamese communists. Both 4/5.
  4. Mooguzahn says:
    Apr 16,  · Search and Destroy Missions - Tunnel Rat Documentary The tunnel rats were American, Australian and New Zealand soldiers who performed underground search .
  5. Kizshura says:
    Jun 28,  · --chased them through stinking ratholes to oblivion. Today, the VC honor the Tunnel Rats who fought them man-to-man as America`s best soldiers in the 10,day Vietnam War.
  6. Yogar says:
    The tunnel rat would descend into a pitch black, claustrophobic, dank hell, to play a deadly game of hide and seek with the enemy. Carefully probing the floor, sides and roofs of the tunnels became second nature to the tunnel rat as he gently inched and probed his way along.

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