This episode is a tribute to the role the Republic of Korea military forces played in the Vietnam War. Most people don’t think too much about the Koreans in Vietnam and that is a shame. Korea provided 300,000 soldiers to that war despite the fact the North Koreans were menacing their country while it sending forces to the war in Vietnam. In Vietnam the Koreans ran the coastal region of II Corps like it was their own back yard and in the process freed up US forces to concentrate on the Central Highlands. The Koreans did a magnificent job in Vietnam of fighting the loathsome communist forces. Some information in this podcast came from the TalkingProud.us website.
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