|Operation Cedar Falls|
|Part of the|
January 8–26, 1967
Cu Chi, Republic of Vietnam
Search and Destroy, Infantry Warfare, Vehicular Warfare.
"The Viet Cong relied on the element of surprise throughout the Vietnam conflict. They constructed vast tunnel networks that allowed them to transport arms, initiate attacks, and safely escape from battles. One such network was constructed north of Saigon in what the USA called the Iron Triangle, an area bordered by Củ Chi, Ben Suc and Bến Cát. Due to its proximity to Saigon, the USA conducted a massive operation in the winter of '67 to root out all VC forces in the area."
|1st Combat Engineer Battalion, United States Marine Corps|
|Armored personnel carrier(s)|
|Unidentifided Viet Cong Forces|
|Main battle tank(s)|
Chu Chi BaseEdit
USA Infantry BaseEdit
USA Armor BaseEdit
The tunnels are a special part of this map. There are three entrances to the tunnels. The US side has the advanatage as they have the Mossberg 500 shotgun while the Viet Cong doesn't even have anything like it. Mines are extremely useful in these parts.
Tunnel Main HallEdit