Unit History

Memorial Stone Dedication Ceremony

Articles

Jim Morris (Soldier of Fortune Magazine)
Death-Dealing Project Delta Part I
Death-Dealing Project Delta Part II
Death-Dealing Project Delta Part III

Misc.

 
  Photo Pages  updated 05-02-12  
(Currently over 1000 photos)
 
  Personal Bios  
  Personnel Rosters  
  Operations Berets Smash NVA Road  
  KIA/MIA 81st Airborne Rangers Make A Name! - Green Beret Magazine  
  History of Project Delta - Part I  
  Demise of the 5th Group    
  The 17 Campaigns of the Vietnam War Stories  
  SF Vietnam War Bibliography The Wrong Valley - Donald J. Taylor  New!  
Dry Hole - Donald J. Taylor
  Songs by Jim Tolbert The Ashau - Donald J. Taylor  
  Audio Clips from a Delta Operation Friendly Fire - Donald J. Taylor  
  Super 8mm Video Clips from 1968-69 The Huey - Donald J. Taylor  
    The McGuire Rig - Donald J. Taylor  
  Unit Awards Remembering the 281st AHC - Donald J. Taylor  
  Presidential Unit Citation Chuck Allen and Delta - Jim Tolbert  
   Valorous Unit Award Ill-Fated B-52, the Commander's Jeep - Jim Tolbert  
  Meritorious Unit Commendation Shane Soldato - Jim Tolbert  
  Navy Unit Commendation Wrong Place, Wrong Time - Jim Tolbert  
  Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Palm The Hotel - Jim Tolbert  
  (1st Award) (2nd Award)
The Seattle A Team - Jim Tolbert  
  Vietnamese Civil Action Honor Medal First The Firing - Jim Tolbert  
  Class The Cemetery - Jim Tolbert  
    5th SF Group & Project Delta - Don Valentine  
  Delta Assets Shot Down with Robbie - Robert J. "Mo" Moberg  
  Aviation Support Team Viper We're Hit Bad - Alan G. Cornett  
  LLDB/Rangers The Siege at Plei Me - Joseph L. Galloway  
    Extraction of a Road Runner Team - Bill Walker
Misc. The Last Survivor - Roger L. Albertson
  In Memoriam: Jim Tolbert Stay Behind - Steve Carpenter  
  SNIPPETS IN TIME - Recollections and I Wanna Be Extracted Blues - Song by Bill Gleason  
   Stories by Former Members of Project Delta A Beginnerís Guide: Adapting to A Culture - Steve Carpenter  
The Moreau Bowl
    Personal Reflections - Gary Nichols  
Support Our Troops Ranger Mission - Gary Nichols
  Writings and Poems The Precious Things in Life - Gary Nichols  
To Our Parents We Thank U (Video) The Story of Frank Badolati - Ray Davidson
A Walk in the Woods - Steve Carpenter
'Remember Me' by Lizzie Palmer (Video)
'Reveille' A Tribute to our Veterans (Video) The Perfect Angler: The One that Got Away - Steve
Carpenter
Military Recruiting Info (PDF)
  Bombing with Beer - Dennis McVey
   

Boots on the Ground - The History of Project Delta  New!
by Stephen A. Carpenter
Early in the Vietnam conflict the U.S. command structure recognized a need for solid verifiable intelligence about enemy locations, movements and tactics. Much of the enemy's covert activity was occurring in Laos and Cambodia, areas where U.S. presence was not permitted. Project Delta was the first successful unit that evolved to perform long range reconnaissance and other counter insurgency missions deep in enemy territory. Project Delta's operations remained classified until 1996. For the first time, the history of this storied unit has been recorded from volumes of declassified military documents and from hundreds of hours of interviews conducted in 2009. The author is a former member of the U.S. Army's Special Forces and was a recon team leader in Project Delta.

Available here: https://www.createspace.com/3425343

The Ether Zone by Ray C. Morris
Project Delta and its clandestine special reconnaissance operations proved to be one of the most successful Special Operations units of the Vietnam War, yet few Americans have ever heard of them. This small unit, comprised of less than 100 U.S. Army Special Forces men, amassed a record for bravery second to none. Now, for the first time, the Project Delta "Quiet Professionals" finally share their story. Highly trained as experts in special reconnaissance techniques and procedures, the covert Project Delta missions were accomplished through recon team insertions into enemy territory. The primary sources of intelligence collection for Project Delta, these tough and tenacious men recount hair-raising adventures. Enter the world of a highly classified project to learn what makes U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers tick, and learn the legacy of these men of honor, their breathtaking heroics, humility, humor, camaraderie and brotherhood.
Available July 2009 through your favorite bookstore, online bookseller, or direct from the publisher: www.hellgatepress.com


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