Vietcong Military Handbook

How you will be trained:

How Will Soldiers be Trained?

The soldiers will learn how to disable mines, and they will learn how to understand the various weapons and tactics that are used during battle
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The soldiers will be taught how to perform hit-and-run and ambush attacks, and be taught extensively about the jungle terrain for their advantage. They will be taught to blend into the civilizations nearby and attack using surprise. The soldiers will be taught to navigate the tunnels that allow them to withstand attack and disappear quickly.



The soldiers will be taught how to use a various assortment of weaponry. Russian AK-47, submachine gun, light and medium machine guns, heavy machine guns, rocket propelled, grenades, recoilless rifles, and Mortars are some of the weapons that will be used

How We Will Win The War

The Vietcong soldiers will continue to to use our hit and run tactics. This will over time wear down the Americans troops because we will make sure our attacks on them will be nonstop. We will also still continue to ambush them in groups and slowly let their numbers dwindle. We will continue doing this for the duration of the war and soon afterwards the Americans troops will have no choice but to surrender and leave Vietnam thanks to all our effort. This will be our victory!
Mao Zedong once said, “Many people think it impossible for guerrillas to exist for long in the enemy's rear. Such a belief reveals lack of comprehension of the relationship that should exist between the people and the troops. The former may be likened to water the latter to the fish who inhabit it. How may it be said that these two cannot exist together?” He is trying to tell that even if we are using guerilla war tactics we are still able to win this war. This style of fighting is considered inferior to the way most wars are fought but it is just as important as all other styles of fighting. Still we can use this to our advantage and end up turning the war in our favor. We will win this war using our own style of fighting.

By Rawda Ahmad and Audrey Salkowicz