"DESCENT INTO THE ASHAU VALLEY" by RANDY GREEN
350 Artist-Signed Limited Edition Giclee Prints: $54.95
Printed on museum quality archival paper
with an overall size of 18" x 24"
U.S. Army Long Range Recon Patrol (LRRP’s) are inserted at dawn into the A Shau Valley, Central Highlands, South Vietnam. The A Shau Valley was one of the strategic focal points of the war in Vietnam. Located in western Thua Thien province, the narrow 25-mile long valley was an arm of the Ho Chi Minh Trail funneling troops and supplies toward Hué and Danang. At the north end of the valley was the major North Vietnamese Army (NVA) staging area known as Base Area 611. Because of its importance to the North Vietnamese plan for victory, the A Shau became a major battle ground from the earliest days of the American involvement in South Vietnam.
DESCENT INTO THE A SHAU VALLEY by RANDY GREEN (Huey Helicopter: LRRP's: Thua Thien: Ho Chi Minh: U.S. Army)@vbader.com/virginiabaderfinearts