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1st Battalion, 7th Artillery (105mm Howitzer, Towed) with SVC Ribbon Laptop Case

7th Artillery Laptop Case

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  • 1st Battalion, 7th Artillery (105mm Howitzer, Towed) with SVC Ribbon
  • 1st Battalion, 7th Artillery (105mm Howitzer, Towed) with SVC Ribbon
  • 1st Battalion, 7th Artillery (105mm Howitzer, Towed) with SVC Ribbon

Vietnam from 25 June 1965, to 19 March 1970. On 23 June 1965, Private First Class Gerold Worster arrived by plane in Saigon, in the Republic of Vietnam. Not only was Gerold the first soldier from the 1st Infantry Division, known as the "Big Red One", he was also the first member of the 7th Artillery to set foot on Vietnamese soil. Even as he climbed from the plane, his comrades were loading aboard the USNS General W. H. Gordon for the trip to Vietnam. On 12 July, Charlie Battery of the 1st Battalion, 7th Artillery made landfall at Cam Ranh Bay, part of a taskforce with the 1st Battalion, 18th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division. This force was the first tactical US Army unit to be deployed in the Republic of Vietnam directly from the co...

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7th Artillery Laptop Case

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Form-fitting polyester. Foam padded interior. Easy access zipper. Comes in three sizes.12" Case fits laptops up to 12" diagonally. Actual measurements 11.3" wide x 8.4" long x .9" deep. Learn More »

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