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Phan Rang Air Base - History - Post 1975 VPAF Use
... With its capture, Phan Rang Air Base became a Vietnam People's Air Force base ... The captured aircraft at Phan Rang AB were later used by the Vietnam People's Air Force in missions over Cambodia and during the China conflict in 1979 ... Several squadrons of captured UH-1H Hueeys were also operated by the VPAF for many years from Phan Rang ...
Phan Rang-Thap Cham
... Phan Rang-Tháp Chàm, also called Panduranga, is a new city in Vietnam and the capital of Ninh Thuận province ... During the Vietnam War, Phan Rang was the site the United States Air Force's Phan Rang Air Base ...
Phan Rang-Thap Cham - History
... the capital of the southernmost of city-states of Champa was located where Phan Rang is now ... The town of Phan Rang was established in 1917 by edict of Emperor Khải Định and remained the provincial capital of Ninh Thuận Province until 1976, when the province merged with Bình Thuận Province to ... The town was divided into Phan Rang in the east, which became part of Ninh Hải District and Tháp Chàm in the west, which became part of An Son ...
USS Whitfield County (LST-1169) - Vietnam War
... to Camranh Bay, South Vietnam, to load cargo for transport to Phan Rang and Saigon, South Vietnam ... Reaching Phan Rang on 30 November, she offloaded her cargo and departed on 1 December, bound for Danang ... after she ran into heavy weather soon after leaving Phan Rang, but she finally reached Danang on 5 December, and took on board equipment for lift to Okinawa ...
List Of United States Air Force Special Operations Squadrons - Special Operations Squadrons
... AFB "Night Wings" MC-130P 12th Special Operations Squadron Bien Hoa Air Base, Phan Rang Air Base, South Vietnam UC-123B, UC-123K 15th Special Operations Squadron Hurlburt Field "Global ...

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