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PULLING OUT OF SOUTH VIETNAM. Khe Sanh: S. Vietnam: Most of the air strips have been pulled out. March 25, as operations for withdrawal from Khe Sanh are well underway. US Command reported, March 30, 1971, that withdrawing troops battled attacking North Vietnamese in three clashes north, east and south of the shrinking US Base at Khe Sanh, 12 miles east of the Laotian border. Spokesmen said the North Vietnamese attacked the US troops in all three areas but would not categorize the attacks as ambushes. Photo shows image of an overturned U.S. Air Force Hyster. (UPI photo)
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