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"Imagine searchlights at war, and you might picture troops scanning for enemy planes in Europe during World War II. But for the U.S. Army, the Vietnam War was the last chance for its increasingly obsolete, high-powered lamps to shine."
Publication Date
7 October 2015
Link
medium.com/war-is-boring/vietnam-was-the-last-hurrah-for-the-army-s-giant-searchlights-56177ea7d578
Homepage
War Is Boring
Categories
Vietnam War, Weapons Development

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