Tokyo: Tosho Printing Company, 1969. 1st Printing. Unpaginated. 3 pages of text. 45 images, most full page, many in color, all [but one] drawings by members of the unit. Landscape format: 8-1/4" x 11-5/8". Blue laminated glossy paper covers, printed in black. Modest wear & soiling, vertical crease to rear covers, still, a VG+ copy. Item #50548
"This is the fifth in a series of volumes of art depicting the life an dtimes of the men of the 25th Infantry Division in Vietnam."
The 25th Infantry Division, nicknamed "Tropic Lightning", is a United States Army division based at Schofield Barracks in Hawaii. The division, which was activated on 1 October 1941 in Hawaii, conducts military operations primarily in the Asia-Pacific region. ... Tropic Lightning soldiers serve as the premier Army response force for the U.S. Pacific Command.
... the division deployed to South Vietnam to fight in the Vietnam War between late 1965 and early 1966. The 25th served in Vietnam until its withdrawal back to Hawaii in 1970–1971, participating in Operation Attleboro, Operation Cedar Falls, Operation Junction City, the Battle of Saigon during the North Vietnamese Tet Offensive, and the Cambodian Incursion."