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A river patrol boat heads into the rising sun after a night on ambush in South Vietnam's Mekong Delta in September, 1969. The 31-foot, 27-knot, heavily-armed U.S. Navy boats built on fiberglass pleasure craft hulls worked in groups of two and four on 24- to 48-hour missions in search of the Viet Cong. (Jim Falk/Stars and Stripes)

A Navy patrol boat heads into the rising sun after a night on ambush in South Vietnam's Mekong Delta in September,

VIETNAM WAR NAVY | ASPB - Assault Support Patrol Boat (ASPB) (aka “Alpha” Boat).   #VietnamWarMemories.

ASPB - Assault Support Patrol Boat (ASPB) (aka “Alpha” Boat) was used primarily for ferrying and supporting the movement of Army troop.

The Monitors were the battleships of the Mobile Riverine Force. They were equipped with varied armament including 105mm cannon in turrets, 40mm cannon, or napalm weapons.

The Monitors were the battleships of the Mobile Riverine Force. They were equipped with varied armament including cannon in turrets, cannon, or napalm weapons.

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