The Siege of LZ Kate, Arthur G. Sharp .
Looks at the short but fierce North Vietnamese siege of a US firebase
close to the Cambodia border, and the dramatic night time escape that
saw the besieged US and allied soldiers escape from this trap. The
siege only really lasted four days, so is covered in some detail,
especially of the invaluable air support that kept the base supplied,
evacuated the wounded and provided fire power to defend the isolated
post against much larger attacking force.
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