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      An American Navy tango boat on the Sang Haam Luong River, also known as the Lower Mekong River, 1968. South Vietnam's rivers and waterways were a vital part of the military mechanism. The Navy was responsible for keeping the rivers open and provided patrols, reconnaissance and escorts to many missions.

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      #military #veterans Navy Tango Boat on the Sang Haam Huong River 1968. #VietnamMemories - @

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      Navy Tango Boat on the Sang Haam Huong River 1968.

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