The book became a best-seller in Korea and Japan.
Prior to being attached to the 4th ID Village Visitation Program, the battalion and attached units found time to participate in many civic action projects.
All of these projects were undertaken and carried out during off-duty time. Some of the noteworthy programs completed were: Clearing of a x meter refugee area located about two miles north of Dong Ba Thin military complex. Construction of a 60 pupil school house with associated furniture and adjacent playground in the village of Than Thanh.
Installation of a generator which was used as a power source for the village of Nihn Hoa. Construction of a series of earth dams with wooden flood gates to control the flow of water to the Nihn Hoa area. Assistance in digging wells in Montagnard villages near Ban Me Thuot. In mid, the Battalion civic affairs section was active in welfare support of 2 villages of Montagnards that border the Dragon Mountain base camp.
In order to accomplish this project, one earth moving platoon, one dump truck platoon, one engineer line platoon, and various smaller elements were attached to the company.
A survey of the airfield revealed that the existing strip was feet wide by feet long. Company C was assigned construction of a two way class 55 tank trail from Dragon Mountain base camp to Duc Co.
The company was given the secondary mission of keeping QLW open to traffic during the monsoon season. Company A was given a similar task. It was emphasized that this project would not be allowed to interfere with the road maintenance mission.
Due to a lack of equipment, progress on the trail was somewhat hampered. On 29 May, the tank trail projects were deferred until the end of the monsoon season since heavy equipment and compaction equipment could not be used effectively.
On 29 Maythe rd Airborne Brigade now stationed in Italyat their bivouac site at Catecka became bogged down in mud and was unable to get their supply areas or maneuver in their base camp. Company C was committed to provide drainage and build drainage and build all weather road capabilities throughout the rd area.
Road maintenance, airfield construction, helicopter hanger erection was well under way in June Revetments and land clearing continued to be prominent in the daily work schedule.
Company D commenced work on a forward support helipad.
In the designated area of the helipad, a minefield was uncovered. Before work could progress, the minefield was cleared. The minefield contained 88 M14 and M16 mines.
Company C - worked on the rd Airborne Brigade cantonment area. Later in the month Company A received an additional directive to construct ft square turnarounds at the end of the runway. This project was complete on 31 July. On 15 August, Company A assumed the repair and maintenance responsibility for meters impassable section of the interior road net through Jackson's Hole.
The project involved ditching, draining, and shaping the meters of road before placing the necessary quantity of crushed rock. The road work was done mostly by hand during the heavy rain. On about 20 August, the impassable section of the road was opened for traffic, allowing desperately needed 4th ID supply vehicles into Jackson's Hole.
Company C continued maintenance of QLW. Company C diverted its effort to repairing an existing bypass at the bridge site supporting the th Panel Bridge Company in replacing the destroyed bridge. The th LE Company retained maintenance responsibility until 26 September The tragic story of Nicholas II, the last Czar of Russia, set against the backdrop of the Russian Revolution.
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Vietnam () On 3 September , the battalion was again alerted for overseas movement, this time to the Republic of Vietnam. When alerted, the battalion was heavily committed with one line company at Fort Drum, New York, on road construction, 90 individuals on special duty and TDY support of Fort Devens and Fort Drum, and the remainder of the Battalion engaged in construction of range.