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100 1  Millie, David,|eauthor. 
245 10 Team 19 in Vietnam :|bAn Australian Soldier at War /
       |cDavid Millie ; foreword by General Gordon R. Sullivan, 
       USA (Ret.). 
264  1 [Place of publication not identified] :|bThe University 
       Press of Kentucky,|c[2013] 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (496 pages). 
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490 1  Foreign military studies 
506    Access limited to subscribing institutions. 
520    "An Australian Army veteran offers a rare glimpse into the
       multi-national operations of the Vietnam War in this vivid
       and thoroughly researched memoir. In Team 19 in Vietnam , 
       David Millie offers an insightful account of his twelve-
       month tour with the renowned Australian Army Training Team
       Vietnam in Quang Tri Province -- a crucial tactical site 
       along the demilitarized zone that was North Vietnam's 
       gateway to the south. This firsthand narrative vividly 
       demonstrates the importance of the region and the 
       substantial number of forces engaged there. Drawing from 
       published and unpublished military documents, his personal
       diary, and the letters he wrote while deployed, Millie 
       introduces readers to the daily routines, actions, and 
       disappointments of a field staff officer. Millie also 
       discusses his interactions with province senior advisor 
       Colonel Harley F. Mooney and Major John Shalikashvili, who
       would later become chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of 
       Staff. Few Australian accounts of the Vietnam War exist, 
       and Millie offers a fresh perspective on the year after 
       the Tet offensive. He contends that responsibility for the
       catastrophe inflicted on Vietnamese civilians is shared by
       an international community that failed to act effectively 
       in the face of a crisis."--|cProvided by Freading. 
588 0  Publisher metadata. 
600 10 Millie, David. 
610 10 Australia.|bAustralian Army Training Team, Vietnam. 
650  0 Vietnam War, 1961-1975|vPersonal narratives, Australian. 
650  0 Vietnam War, 1961-1975|xParticipation, Australian. 
650  0 Vietnam War, 1961-1975|xRegimental histories. 
650  0 Vietnam War, 1961-1975|zVietnam|zQủang Trị (Province) 
650  7 BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Military.|2bisacsh 
655  0 Electronic books. 
830  0 Foreign military studies (Lexington, Ky.) 
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