Da Nang

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nghe súng nổ cái đùng, Tàu Tây đã lại Vũng Thùng hôm qua"). *''Trà Úc'', ''Trà Áo'', ''Trà Sơn'' and ''Đồng Long Loan'', literary names used by Confucian (Confucianism) scholars. * In Sino-Vietnamese script, used until 1945, "Đà Nẵng" is written as


Pleiku

activist to the rear during a search and clear operation held by the battalion west of Da Nang Air Base. The National Security Council (United States National Security Council) recommended a three-stage escalation of the bombing of North Vietnam. On 2 March 1965, following an attack on a U.S. Marine (United States Marine Corps) barracks at Pleiku,

Kong Civil Aviation Department Accident Bulletin Number 3 2010 retrieved 31 August 2010 Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department Accident Bulletin Number 1 2010 Whether by accident or design, the first wave of attacks began shortly after midnight on 30 January as all five provincial capitals in II Corps and Da Nang, in I Corps, were attacked. The first attacks may have been launched

, was the first to be hit, followed shortly by Ban Me Thuot, Kontum, Hoi An, Tuy Hoa, Da Nang, Qui Nhon, and Pleiku. During all of these operations, the communists followed a similar pattern: mortar or rocket attacks were closely followed by massed ground assaults conducted by battalion-strength elements of the Viet Cong, sometimes supported by North Vietnamese regulars. These forces would join with local cadres who served as guides to lead the regulars to the most senior South


Huế

Nội ( , "Between Rivers" or "River Interior"). Hanoi was occupied by the French (French Third Republic) in 1873 and passed to them ten years later. As '''Hanoï''', it became the capital of French Indochina after 1887. The retreat became a rout. The cities of Huế, Da Nang and Da Lat in central Vietnam quickly fell, and the North Vietnamese advanced southwards. As the military situation deteriorated, ARVN troops started deserting. U.S

trains by 2020 and plans to start by building three sections, including a 90-kilometre stretch between the central coastal cities of Da Nang and Huế, seen as potentially most profitable. Vietnam Railways began dispatching engineers to Central Japan Railway Company for technical training.

targets in Laos. The corridor for overflights was between Huế and Da Nang in South Vietnam. These combat support sorties were flown in support of the Laotian government which had requested this assistance. Laos had no relationship with the cease-fire in Vietnam. Accidents and incidents *On 16 January 1969, Douglas C-47A (Douglas C-47 Skytrain) "949" crashed in the Hai Van Pass, south of Huế, South Vietnam. The aircraft


Vinh

in Vietnam. It is located in the northern half of the country, and is the capital of Nghệ An Province (Nghe An Province). Politically, Vinh is a municipality within Nghệ An Province. On September 5, 2008, it was upgraded from Grade-II city to Grade-I city, the fifth Grade-I city of Vietnam after Hai Phong, Đà Nẵng (Da Nang), Can Tho and Huế. It is the important city in the North Central Coast (Bắc Trung Bộ)al region. Statistics The population of Vinh was estimated in 2009

Military Region (Vietnam People's Army) 5th Military Region ''': command the South Central Vietnam include the Tay Nguyen and Southern Central coastal provinces. Command Headquarters: Da Nang North-central (or Area IV) Vietnamese Nghệ An (Nghe An Province) (Vinh, Thanh Chương), Thanh Hoá (Thanh Hóa Province), Quảng Bình (Quang Binh Province), Hà Tĩnh (Ha Tinh Province) High Annam (Annam (French colony))ese As American involvement in the Vietnam War began

, Huë (Huế), Tourane (Da Nang) (Da Nang) and Qui Nhơn), South Vietnam (Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City)), and Cambodia (Phnom Penh). By 1939, only the Hanoi, Saigon and Phnom Penh branches remained in French Indochina. At the same time, the bank had three offices in France (Paris, Lyon and Marseille). Chau met with his wife only once more following the divorce: when he was pardoned and released from Hỏa Lò prison (Hoa Lo prison) more than two decades later. He was then sent


Nha Trang

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Vũng Tàu

the French they were both exiled to Reunion Island in 1916. thumb right Exotica dance club (File:Exotica dance hall.jpg) The nightlife is limited, but near the ''Biet Thu'' tourist district, it can go beyond midnight. The nightlife is therefore known as superior to other coastal towns such as Mui Ne, Da Nang and Vũng Tàu. It is usually busiest around the Vietnamese New Year period, but can still be worth visiting any time of year, with the possible exception of the rain period

2010-05-19 Late in 1964, American involvement in the conflict in South Vietnam increased dramatically. As a consequence, ''Arikara'' began to visit the Vietnamese coast more frequently. By the fall of 1966, the tug found herself calling at such places as Vũng Tàu and Da Nang to provide towing and other support services for Navy units engaged in fighting communist (Communism) insurgency and North Vietnamese aggression in South Vietnam. Her deployments to Asian

South Vietnam free, ''Norris'' completed a circumnavigation by returning via Suez to Newport, arriving on 25 April 1967. Pacific operations, 1954&ndash;1964 During her deployment in 1954, ''Skagit'' was ordered to Tourane (Da Nang), French Indochina, to participate in "Operation Passage to Freedom". The ship transported 4,089 refugees from Hai Phong in the north to Saigon and Cape St. Jacques (Vũng Tàu) in the south. The refugees were fleeing from the communists then closing in on Hanoi and Hai Phong.


Da Lat

, was the first wife of Bernard Kouchner, a French politician and the co-founder of Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières). Vietnam * Da Lat - TRIGA Mark II (supplied by USA 1963, shut down 1975, reactivated by USSR 1984) Đà Nẵng International Airport (Da Nang International Airport), located at the center of the city, is the third largest international airport in Vietnam. It is an important gateway to access central Vietnam

. The airport was known as Đà Nẵng Air Base (Da Nang Air Base) during the Vietnam War, during which time it was described as the world's busiest airport. During the month of May 1968, the base reached an average of 2,595 air traffic operations daily, more than any airport in the world. As of June 2011, the airport has domestic connections to Hanoi, Hồ Chí Minh City (Ho Chi Minh City), Hải Phòng (Hai Phong), Buon

Douglas C-54A XV-NUM was hijacked en route from Da Lat to Da Nang. The hijacker was a 19-year-old South Vietnamese man demanding to go to North Vietnam. When the aircraft landed at Huế, the hijacker realized he had been tricked and detonated a grenade, killing himself and two police officers.


Haiphong

launched routes to Da Nang with 5 flights a week. An international airport for Haiphong, situated in Tien Lang district, is in the planning stages; if realized it would become the largest airport in northern Vietnam. Health Information technology Education *Hai Phong Medical University *Haiphong University *Vietnam Maritime University * Haiphong private University Notable people * Mạc Đăng Dung (1483–1541) king of ''Đại Việt

pop singer is a Haiphong native, she now lives in U.S. Twin towns and sister cities * Vladivostok, Russia Gallery

; aircraft. Observation Squadron 67 (VO-67), call sign "Lindy", was the only P-2 Neptune aircraft squadron to ever receive the Presidential Unit Citation. VO-67 lost three OP-2E aircraft and 20 aircrew to ground fire during its secret missions into Laos and Vietnam in 1967–68. The ROCAF Taiwan's secret 34th Squadron's RB-69A P2V-7U ELINT SIGINT (Signals intelligence) aircraft flew a low level electronic reconnaissance from Da Nang, flying over Thanh Hoa province on 20 August


Hanoi

, but its performance continues to lag behind that of its more modern neighbors. Domestically, all provincial exchanges are digitalized and connected to Hanoi, Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City by fiber optic cable or microwave radio relay networks. Main lines have been substantially increased, and the use of mobile telephones is growing rapidly. *As of 2004, there were 10,124,900 main lines in use, and 4.96 million mobile phones in use. ;People's Republic of China Two railways

three sections, including a 90-kilometre stretch between the central coastal cities of Da Nang and Huế, seen as potentially most profitable. Vietnam Railways began dispatching engineers to Central Japan Railway Company for technical training. ref>

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Ho Chi Minh City

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, Myrna work Los Angeles Times date 2001-08-08 accessdate 2009-10-11 Under the orders of Napoleon III of France, French gunships under Rigault de Genouilly attacked the port of Đà Nẵng (Da Nang) in 1858, causing significant damage, yet failed to gain any foothold, in the process being afflicted by the humidity and tropical diseases. De Genouilly decided to sail south and captured the poorly defended city of Gia Định (present-day Ho Chi Minh City). From 1859

and plans to start by building three sections, including a 90-kilometre stretch between the central coastal cities of Da Nang and Huế, seen as potentially most profitable. Vietnam Railways began dispatching engineers to Central Japan Railway Company for technical training.


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