American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of central Vietnam near the South China Sea northwest of Da Nang. An ancient Annamese city probably dating from the third century A.D., it was nearly destroyed during heavy fighting in the Vietnam War but has since been rebuilt. Population: 287,000.
“Stated he "invented MACVSOG", worked in Hue and An Khe, and his job was listening posts for Phoenix (ALL disputed by REAL SF).”
“There's a new coordinator in Hue Jackson, who had enormous success on his last stop in helping to develop Joe Flacco as the Baltimore Ravens quarterback.”
“Sarah Silverman, Peter Dinklage and Romany Malco round out a promising cast in Hue Rhodes directorial debut.”
“One of my students was a beautiful girl whose parents had been killed in Hue during the Tet Offensive of 1968.”
“It was while covering the Fifth Marine Regiment in Hue that his story about the Marinesâ€ ™ use of beehive rounds, a type of artillery filled with hundreds of tiny, steel darts, drew the ire of a colonel at the Marine combat information bureau.”
“Also in Hue, during the Tet offensive in '68, I observed American fighters and bombers (Phantoms) dropping bombs and napalm into very crowded streets full of civilians.”
“His aircraft was shot down on June 11, 1972, in Hue Province, and a second helicopter piloted by 1st Lt. James McQuade, sent in to look for survivors, was shot down a short distance away.”
“Sub-Captain Hue, killed in a B-52 strike in 1970 enroute transferring the camp from Tay Ninh to Kratie in Cambodia.”
“Solomon Godwin, from Hot Springs, Arkansas, also captured in Hue, died while undergoing a lengthy period of interrogation by the Public Security Police.”
“Even American female volunteer workers, like the school teachers and medical specialists captured in Hue during the 1968 "Tet" offensive, were suspected of being "spies.”
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