Monday, November 13, 2006
Guerilla warfare as practiced by Ho Chi Minh's troops: an extensive network of tunnels
The guerilla warfare of the Viet Cong and Northern Vietnamese Army (NVA) initially flummoxed the US forces. The communist forces had been digging an underground transportation system for a decade or more. The passages moved troops and provided clandestine sites for printing presses and temporary medical services.
Research & compare the guerilla tactics used in Vietnam and Iraq.