Indiana Rangers: The Army Guard in Vietnam

Indiana Rangers: The Army Guard in Vietnam

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Indiana Rangers: The Army Guard in Vietnam– print on canvas

The Vietnam War was the prolonged struggle between nationalist forces attempting to unify the country of Vietnam under a communist government and the United States (with the aid of the South Vietnamese) attempting to prevent the spread of communism. Engaged in a war that many viewed as having no way to win, U.S. leaders lost the American public’s support for the war. Since the end of the war, the Vietnam War has become a benchmark for what not to do in all future U.S. foreign conflicts

South Vietnan 1969

On May 13, 1968, 12,234 Army National Guardsmen in 20 units from 17 states were mobilized for service during the Vietnam War. Eight units deployed to Vietnam and over 7,000 Army Guardsmen served in the war zone. Company D (Ranger), 151st Infantry, Indiana Army National Guard arrived in Vietnam in December 1968. As part of the II Field Force, the Indiana Rangers were assigned reconnaissance and intelligence-gathering missions. Operating deep in enemy territory, Ranger patrols engaged enemy units while conducting raids, ambushes and surveillance missions. “Delta Company” achieved an impressive combat record during its tour in Vietnam; unit members were awarded 510 medals for valor and service. The gallant record of Company D, 151st Infantry symbolizes the Army National Guard’s performance in Vietnam

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All Canvases are printed using Epson HDR 11 colour 75 year fade resistant inks. Canvases are sent stretched on wooden frame and ready to hang on your wall by Free UK courier delivery

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Landscape Canvas Size

16″ x 12″ (approx 40cm x 30cm), 20″ x 16″ (approx 50cm x 40cm), 24″ x 16″ (approx 61cm x 40cm), 30″ x 20″ (approx 76cm x 50cm), 36″ x 24″ (approx 91cm x 61cm), 40″ x 30″ (approx 102cm x 76cm), 48″ x 36″ (approx 122cm x 91cm)

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