When Pendleton's Counter-Guerrilla Warfare course needed an authentic Vietnamese training area, the troops broke out their "do-it-yourself" kits.
WHEN a Counter-Guerrilla Warfare course was established by First Marine Division Schools at Camp Pendleton in 1961, instructors reasoned that the best way to teach Marines to fight guerrillas is to show them how-in the guerrillas' own ballpark.
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