|Viet Nam Presentation by Colonel Ranger Roach|
Event Type: NONE|
Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Time: 7:30 PM
Please join us for an overview of the Viet Nam War, by an US Army Infantry Officer who served as a small unit leader in that conflict.Library: Oxford Library
A presentation on the Viet Nam War, by an Army Infantry Officer who served as a Platoon Leader and Company Commander in that conflict with the 101st Airborne Division.
The Viet Nam War, as remembered by a young Infantry Officer, from the 1968 Tet Offensive to the Ashau Valley.
Colonel (Retired) Ranger Roach was born and raised in Delaware Country, and spent 29 years on active army duty, retiring from the Army in 1995.
James Stevens Roach joined the Army in 1966 as a college drop out, and retired 29 years later as a Special Forces Colonel, with a Masters Degree and ten years overseas service in Viet Nam, Germany, Panama, El Salvador, Korea and Colombia.